TITLE

Relación entre tipos sociométricos y metas académicas en una muestra de estudiantes españoles de educación secundaria

AUTHOR(S)
INGLÉS SAURA, CÁNDIDO JOSE; APARISI SIERRA, DAVID; MANUEL GARCÍA-FERNÁNDEZ, JOSÉ; NÚÑEZ PÉREZ, JOSÉ CARLOS; MARTÍNEZ MONTEAGUDO, MARÍA CARMEN
PUB. DATE
January 2016
SOURCE
Universitas Psychologica;ene-mar2016, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p233
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The aim of this study was to analyze the relationship between sociometric types, behavioral categories and academic goals in a sample of 1349 students (51.7% boys) of compulsory secondary education. The students' sociometric identification was performed by the Programa Socio and academic goals was measured by the AGTQ (Achievement Goals Tendencies Questionnaire). The AGTQ is a self-report measure designed to measure three tendencies of goals: Learning goals, Achievement goals and Reinforcement Social goals. Results show that students nominated by their peers positively had higher scores on Learning and Achievement goals than students negatively nominated. Furthermore, sociometric types were significant predictors of academic goals, as students nominated by their peers positively were more likely to achieve high Learning goals and Achievement goals that students negatively nominated.
ACCESSION #
118953584

 

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