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Cognitive Styles and Psychological Resilience as Predictors of Academic Burnout
Abolghasem Yaghoobi Dr. , Mehri Mokhtaran, Serwa Mohammadzadeh
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The purpose of this research was to anticipate academic burnout based on cognitive styles and psychological resilience. The statistical population comprised of all the high school girl students in Hamadan, in 2014. The number of society was 9900 students and 368 students selected as sample group according to Morgan's table and by Multistage cluster sampling, students filled3 scales Berso educational fatigue scale, Connor and Davidson resilience scale and latent difficulties group scale. Results showed that there was a significant difference between students ‘educational fatigue scale based on cognitive styles and psychological resilience. Cognitive style and psychological resilience also had a significant effect on educational fatigue in students. Totally, psychological variables such as cognitive styles and resilience have an important role in academic performance. With recognizing this determinant and on time intervention, we can decrease and prevent academic burnout.
Keywords: educational fatigue, cognitive styles, psychological resilience
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Educational Psychology
Received: 2019/04/8 | Accepted: 2019/04/8 | Published: 2019/04/8
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Yaghoobi A, Mokhtaran M, Mohammadzadeh S. Cognitive Styles and Psychological Resilience as Predictors of Academic Burnout . IEEPJ. 2019; 1 (1) :1-7
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