THE EFFECTS OF MOTIVATIONAL SETS AND SITUATIONAL FACTORS ON THE ACADEMIC HELP - SEEKING OF SCHOOLCHILDREN WITH DIFFERENT SELF - CONTROL LEVELS
Zheng Xinjun (Department of Education, Teachers' College, Wenzhou)
The experiment was made on the investigation of primary school students. We researched the academic help - seeking behaviors of students with different self- control levels under different motivational sets and situational factors. The results were as follows: 1 ) The situation of independent non - self - respect pressure for problem - solving gave rise to more help - seeking behaviors, compared with the situation of massive pressure. 2) The students with low self - control ability demanded more executive help - seeking behaviors than those with high self - control ability, mainly under the situation of independent non - self - respect Pressure. 3 ) Under the situation of massive pressure, the ego - involved students showed more helping behaviors than the task involved students. 4) Under the independent non - self - respect situation, the task - involved students showed more help - seeking behaviors than the ego - involved students.
【CateGory Index】： G442