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Academic Self-efficacy, Task Importance And Interest: Relations With English Language Learning In An Asian Context

Barry B. Bai, Youyan Nie, Ai Noi Lee
Published 2020 · Sociology

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The present study examined the relations between three motivational variables, i.e. academic self-efficacy, task importance, and interest with three types of learning behaviours, i.e. class engagem...
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