A Study of the Relationship among Self-Efficacy , Attribution , Goal Setting , and Mechanics Achievement in Department of Mechanical Engineering Students on

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  title={A Study of the Relationship among Self-Efficacy , Attribution , Goal Setting , and Mechanics Achievement in Department of Mechanical Engineering Students on},
  author={Yoau-Chau Jeng and Hsin-hua Shih}
}
purpose of this study was to examine the impact of attribution on Mechanics (Statics & Dynamics) self-efficacy and the relationships among goal setting, self-efficacy, and Mechanics achievement in Department of Mechanical Engineering students. 345 freshmen in a Technology University were used as participants in this two-year longitudinal study. Results show that the beneficial attributers possessed higher self-efficacy than individuals with less beneficial attribution. Further, it was shown… CONTINUE READING

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