The effectiveness of Self Regulated Meta-Cognitive Learning Strategies Training on Negative Educational Emotions

Document Type : Research Paper


1 Department, Educational Psychology Psychology and Education Faculty .Tabriz University. Tabriz, Iran

2 Department of Pshycology and Education.Tabriz University.Tabriz, Iran


The purpose of this research was to investigaite effectiveness of self-regulated meta‌cognitive strategies education on negative academic emotions of secondary school students. This research was an expanded quasi-experimental design with pretest-posttest with the control group. The population of this study was secondary school students of Tabriz. The statistical sample of this study included‌ 60 students with high negative emotions were selected for preliminary study, screening and using multi-stage cluster sampling. Using semi- experimental design, They were assigned a target- replacement  to an experimental group and control group. To collect  data  of  AEQ (pekrun & et.all, 2005). And  to analyze  the them, was used multivariate covariance analysis. The results showed that the training of self regulated meta cognitive strategies included decreased  and  improved was used  the negative academic emotions. This research has implications for teachers, trainers  and  school counselors that can use the results to improve students' progress and  reduce 'negative emotion nal academic.


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