عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: In current years, Achievement goals theory could explain & predict academic procrastination through variables such as mastery & Performance goals. Goals: In this search, It is tried to study the simple & multiple relationship of mastery & Performance goals with academic procrastination among University students of Payam Noor Ahwaz. Methods: The research society were University students of Payame Noor Ahwaz that were chosen 200 students (100 girls & 100 boys) by randomly ways. For data, gathering questionnaires were made by researcher. For analyzing, it data was used descriptive & inferential stasitics. Results: Results showed that there is negative relation between mastery goals and academic procrastination & positive relation between Performance goals and academic procrastination. Conclusions: Regression analysis by using stepwise method showed that mastery goals & Performance goals could be predicted through variance.
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