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The Influence of Autonomy Support and Self-Determined Motivation on Learning Outcomes among College Students
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The Influence of Autonomy Support and Self-Determined Motivation on Learning Outcomes among College Students
Lee, Mi-Ok; Kim, Se-Young; Lee, Mi-Young;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine relations in autonomy support, self-determined motivation, and learning outcomes among college students. The subjects of this study were 231 college students in Jeonnam Province and Daejeon city, sampled by convenience sampling. The result of this study is as follows: First, perceived autonomy support had a significant direct positive effect on identified and intrinsic motivation. Also perceived autonomy support had a significant direct positive effect on learning outcomes and processes. Second, external had a significant positive effect on duty motivation and duty motivation had a direct positive effect on identified duty. In addition to identified motivation had a significant positive effect on intrinsic motivation, learning outcomes and processes. Third, intrinsic motivation had positively influenced on learning outcomes and processes. As the last of the findings, perceived autonomy support, duty motivation and identified motivation had significant effects on learning outcomes and processes. These results imply that perceived autonomy and self-determination motivation is important to enhance academic performance.
 Keywords
Self-determination theory;Autonomy support;Motivation;Learning outcomes;College students;
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Korean
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