Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Does Learning Emotion Associated with Psychological Factors among University Students
Keywords: Learning Related Emotions, Psychographic Factors, University, Students.
This study analyzed the relationship between psychographic factors and learning emotions among university students. The population and sample were drawn from undergraduate students in Saudi Arabia. Quantitative method using survey technique implemented in this study for data collection process from 209 students. The model fit was analyzed by using several data analysis techniques criteria’s. Results indicated that learning emotions significantly correlated with achievement motivation and leisure attitude. Furthermore, a significant correlation also found between the study variables for both genders. Based on these results, academicians and decision makers at university level, need to arrange counseling sessions for students to promote positive learning emotions as well as improving psychological outcomes.
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