%0 Journal Article
%T A Comparison of Motivation, Metacognition and Mathematic Emotion Regulation in Students with Math Anxiety and Normal Students
%J Journal of Applied Psychological Research
%I University of Tehran, Psychology and Educational Science Faculty, Institute of Psychology and Educational Science.
%Z 2251-8126
%A Habibi, Hourieh
%A Khosrojavid, Mahnaz
%A Abolghasemi, Abbas
%D 2021
%\ 05/22/2021
%V 12
%N 1
%P 183-205
%! A Comparison of Motivation, Metacognition and Mathematic Emotion Regulation in Students with Math Anxiety and Normal Students
%K Students with Mathematical Anxiety
%K Normal Students
%K Mathematical Motivation
%K Metacognitive Mathematics
%K Mathematic Emotion Regulation
%R 10.22059/japr.2021.305900.643572
%X The aim of this study was to compare motivation, metacognitive ability and adjustment of mathematical emotion in normal and anxious students.the research project was casual -Comparative and Statistical Society was 524 Fifth Grade Girls of Lahijan Normal Schools in 2018-2019 which after screening 142 students were equally divided in two groups. The main instruments of this study were Hanin et al.'s (2017) children's emotion regulation scale, Corter's mathematical motivation (2005), Philipo and Panora mathematical metacognitive (2007), and cognetive instruments Chiu's and Henry's children's mathematical anxiety (1990), Tabrizi Mathematical Disorder Scale (2015) and Raven's test (1938). Data were analyzed using SPSS software, MANOVA statistical methods and independent T-test. The results showed, the group with anxiety scored lower in all three variable) p < 0/05). In addition, there was no significant difference between the two groups in the motivation component in metacognition and help- seeking and maintain attention and concentration in the emotion regulation scale. Due to the importance of cognitive and motivational variables
%U https://japr.ut.ac.ir/article_81195_e6d1648d5d4494399b81141eb2d7727f.pdf