Causal Attributions, Successfulness And Performance Of Higher Education Students In Sciences
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3325-3334
AbstractThe present study was aimed to investigate the significant differences among the second, fourth and sixth semester undergraduate students of Sciences on the scores of causal attributions. The analysis was done on the basis of gender and successfulness. The term successfulness used in the present study depicts the perception of the students about their success or failure on the achieved score. The current study examined the causal attributions of 254 students from 2nd, 4th and 6th semesters of Bachelor of Sciences (B.Sc.). In order to find the significant differences with respect to gender and perceived success or failure, two-way MANOVA was used and on getting significant group differences, two-way ANOVA was conducted as a follow up test. The results indicated no gender difference on the subscales of causal dimension scale, further, there exists no significant interaction effect of gender and successfulness. However, both successful and unsuccessful students differ significantly with respect to their causal attributions.
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