Path Analysis Model of Self-Discipline Behavior in Undergraduate Students (77589)

Session Information: Teaching and Learning Experiences
Session Chair: Yousra Ferchichi

Monday, 27 May 2024 10:05
Session: Session 1
Room: Room A (Live-Stream)
Presentation Type: Live-Stream Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

One of the critical skills for the 21st century from the school to work for undergraduate students is self-discipline. This study, based on the interactionism model, investigated the influences of psychological and situational factors on self-discipline behaviors (health, study, finance, and social). The samples were 632 undergraduate students. The results indicated that self-discipline was directly affected by psychological state (attitudes, psychological capital, and self-management skill;  = 0.371), flowed by situational factors (social norm, role model, social support;  = 0.312), and psychological traits (psycho-moral strength, psychological immunity, and adversity quotient;  = 0.193). All of these antecedents yielded the amount of variance explained (R2) of 0.703. Implications and suggestions for improving self-discipline in undergraduate students are discussed.

Shuttawwee Sitsira-at, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
Duchduen E. Bhanthumnavin, National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand

About the Presenter(s)
Associate Professor Dr. Shuttawwee Sitsira-at was a faculty member at Faculty of Humanities,
Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand.

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