عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this research was to determine the relationship between academic buoyancy, goals achievement and motivational orientations with Creative self-efficacy. Subjects were selected through simple random sampling; the research statistical population included 1699 students of Ahvaz university of Medical sciences, but only those 200 individuals were selected by using Cochran table. And also data were collected by using questionnaire of academic buoyancy; goals achievement scales (AGOS), motivational orientations scales and Creative self-efficacy (CSEQ) using regression analysis. In this study, the reliability of that questionnaire was calculated by Cronbach's alpha as 0/66, 0/79, 0/72 and 0/67%, respectively; moreover, SPSS version 16 was used to investigate the relationship between variables. After data analysis, the results showed that there was a significant relationship between mastery approach goals, performance approach goals, intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation and academic buoyancy with Creative self-efficacy. Meanwhile the result also indicated that motivational orientations can be identified as a factor to be considered at academic buoyancy. Moreover, the results of regression analysis with simultaneously entry method showed predicting variables have the ability to explain 41from Creative self-efficacy.
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