2018
DOI: 10.5961/jhes.2018.257
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An examination of turkish college-level students’ learned helplessness states in efl context

Abstract: Human learning is multi-dimensional and progressive in nature, and it lasts a lifetime, getting influenced through a variety of elements. One of those elements, that is students' own mental lives, nurture and complete this process since students' standpoints pertinent to learning can give a certain shape to their own learning and provide insight into their stance as language learners. Misconceptions or negative beliefs also have a role in shaping this process. Therefore, the aim of this study is to investigate… Show more

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“…For more insightful research on student's stress, Grant et al [27] argued that it is necessary to analyze the mediator or moderator variables that might affect the relationship between student's stress and behavioral outcomes. Learned helplessness perceived by students has been considered as an important concept [28], because it is driven from students' stress, and it increase adverse outcomes or decrease positive outcomes. If students face a state of lethargy due to repeated experiences of stress, schools can become a hotbed of learned helplessness [29].…”
Section: The Mediating Effect Of Learned Helplessnessmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For more insightful research on student's stress, Grant et al [27] argued that it is necessary to analyze the mediator or moderator variables that might affect the relationship between student's stress and behavioral outcomes. Learned helplessness perceived by students has been considered as an important concept [28], because it is driven from students' stress, and it increase adverse outcomes or decrease positive outcomes. If students face a state of lethargy due to repeated experiences of stress, schools can become a hotbed of learned helplessness [29].…”
Section: The Mediating Effect Of Learned Helplessnessmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Failure is bound to happen in any educational cycle. Nevertheless, what puts an end to education is not failure but the students' response to it, which happens to also mold their education (Daggol, 2018 ). Attributions are the grounds for individuals' achievements or failures when performing a specific assignment and regular attributes in a scholastic environment include endeavor, innate capability or intellectual capacity, difficult assignments, educators' support, and individual help (Horner and Gaither, 2004 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%