publication . Article . 2017

The relation between math self-concept, test and math anxiety, achievement motivation and math achievement in 12 to 14-year- old typically developing adolescents

Hannelotte L. Timmerman; Sylke W.M. Toll; Johannes E.H Van Luit;
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  • Published: 26 Apr 2017
  • Publisher: Universidad de Almería
Abstract
<jats:p>Abstract:This study examines the relation between math self-concept, test and math anxiety, achievement motivation, and math achievement in typically developing 12 to 14-year-old adolescents (N = 108) from a school for secondary education in the Netherlands. Data was obtained using a math speed test, achievement motivation test, and the math experience questionnaire. A significant positive correlation was found between math self-concept and math achievement in all four math domains (measurement, relations, numbers, and scale), as well as automatized math skills. Furthermore, there was a significant negative correlation between math anxiety and math achie...
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free text keywords: Math self-concept, Test anxiety, Math anxiety, Math achievement, Achievement motivation, Auto concepto matemático, Ansiedad ante los exámenes, Ansiedad a las matemáticas, Motivación de logro, Resultados en matemáticas, Negative correlation, Mathematical anxiety, Humanities, Need for achievement, Developmental psychology, Positive correlation, Psychology, Math skills, Secondary education, Speed test, medicine.disease, medicine
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publication . Article . 2017

The relation between math self-concept, test and math anxiety, achievement motivation and math achievement in 12 to 14-year- old typically developing adolescents

Hannelotte L. Timmerman; Sylke W.M. Toll; Johannes E.H Van Luit;