Dropout intentions in PhD studies: A comprehensive model based on interpersonal relationships and motivational resources

@inproceedings{Litalien2015DropoutII,
  title={Dropout intentions in PhD studies: A comprehensive model based on interpersonal relationships and motivational resources},
  author={David Litalien and Frederic Guay},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract The purpose of this study was to provide a better understanding of doctoral studies persistence and completion by developing and validating a predictive model of dropout intentions. Based on self-determination theory (SDT), the model posits that perceived competence decreases dropout intentions, and that perceived competence is explained by autonomous and controlled regulations, which are in turn predicted by perceived psychological needs support provided by the student's advisor… CONTINUE READING

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