Psychology, Department of
Big Five, Self-Regulation, and Coping Strategies as Predictors of Achievement Emotions in Undergraduate Students
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Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2020, 17, 3602; doi:10.3390/ijerph17103602
The study focused on the analysis of linear relations between personality, self-regulation, coping strategies and achievement emotions. The main objective was to establish a model of linear, empirical, associative to infer needs and proposals for intervening in emotional health in the diﬀerent profiles of university students. A total of 642 undergraduate students participated in this research. Evidence of associative relations between personality factors, self-regulation and coping strategies was found. The neuroticism factor had a significant negative associative relationship with Self-Regulation both globally and in its factors; especially important was its negative relation to decision making, and coping strategies focused in emotion. The results of Structural Equation Model showed an acceptable model of relationships, in each emotional context. Results and practical implications are discussed.
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