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description Conference paper public Seminar Nasional Bisnis dan Teknologi 2014

Determinan Self Efficacy dalam Kemandirian Belajar Mahasiswa pada Perguruan Tinggi Swasta di Bandar Lampung

Anggalia Wibasuri, Besti Lilyana
Published December 2014

Abstract

Independent learning is an attempt to monitor, regulate, and control aspects of cognition, motivation, and behavior. All the processes that will occur will be directed and driven by purpose and adapted to the context of the environment. Independent learning is influenced by personal factors, environment and behavior. One of the personal factors that affect independent learning is self-efficacy. If the students do not have a high self-efficacy, it means that they will deal with failure because in their mind is only about a sense of failure. This study will be conducted on students at private colleges of Bandar Lampung . This research aims to examine how the influence of self-efficacy on student learning independence Colleges in Bandar Lampung.The research method using a quantitative approach. Strata each class of instruments in this study using the scale independence of researchers studying the adaptation of the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire or MSLQ. Self measuring instrument efficacy is adapted from general self-efficacy scale compiled by Ralf Schwarzer. Furthermore, the results of this study are variable of self efficacy has 0478 regression coefficient means that the variable significance of self-efficacy positively affect student learning independence on PTS in Bandar Lampung, gender variable has a value of -0734 regression coefficient means that the variable is not gender affect student learning independence on PTS in Bandar Lampung. While the force variable has a value of regression coefficient means that the variable force 0240 does not affect the independence of student learning at the PTS in Bandar Lampung.

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