The aim of the current study was exploring the effect of the academic learned helplessness on changing the personal academic goal orientations. The sample was 282 undergraduates, (116 male and 166 female) responded to learned helplessness scale (LHS) and the achievement goal orientation inventory (AGOI) and the experimental group was exposed to repeated failure experiences which led to learned helplessness that caused later to changing the goal orientations of the students from mastery goals into performance goals.
|Number of pages||11|
|Journal||Journal of Institutional Research South East Asia|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
- Goal orientation
- Learned helplessness
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