3rd World Conference on Educational Sciences - 2011 , 2011-02-03

Title : ( The Relationship of M.A. Students’ Metacognitive and Self-efficacy Beliefs with Their Mental Health )

Authors: Ali Ghanaei CHamanabad , fatemeh mirdoragi , hamideh pakmehr ,

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Abstract This study aimed to investigate the relationship of students’ self-efficacy and meta-cognition with their mental health. In adescriptive-correlation study, 150 M.D. students in Ferdowsi university of Mashhad, Iran during academic year of 2010-2011were selected randomly and completed Meta-cognitions Questionnaire Wells & Cartwright(2004), General Self-Efficacy Scale Sherer & Maddux(1982)and General Health Questionnaire (Goldberg and Hiller(1972). The results showed statisticallysignificant correlation between self-efficacy and mental health (r= -0.29, p< 0.001) and meta-cognition and mental health (r= - 0.73, p< 0.001). Totally, 59% of variance of students’ mental health can be predicted by their self-efficacy and meta-cognition.

Keywords

, * Mental Health; * Self, efficacy; *
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@inproceedings{paperid:1026847,
author = {Ghanaei CHamanabad, Ali and Mirdoragi, Fatemeh and Pakmehr, Hamideh},
title = {The Relationship of M.A. Students’ Metacognitive and Self-efficacy Beliefs with Their Mental Health},
booktitle = {3rd World Conference on Educational Sciences - 2011},
year = {2011},
location = {آنتالیا},
keywords = {* Mental Health; * Self-efficacy; * Meta-cognition},
}

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%0 Conference Proceedings
%T The Relationship of M.A. Students’ Metacognitive and Self-efficacy Beliefs with Their Mental Health
%A Ghanaei CHamanabad, Ali
%A Mirdoragi, Fatemeh
%A Pakmehr, Hamideh
%J 3rd World Conference on Educational Sciences - 2011
%D 2011

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