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1- Student if Education Psychology, Islamic Azad University of Qom, Qom,Iran
2- Department of Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Karazmi University, Tehran, Iran , Kadivar220@yahoo.com
3- Department of Psycology , Islamic Azad University of Tenkaben, Tenkaben,Iran
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In the framework of the model, this research has investigated boredom based on goal orientation and self-efficacy with the mediation of students' procrastination. The statistical population of this research includes all high school students in Tehran, out of which 490 students were selected by random cluster sampling. To collect the research data, G. Sharp's boredom questionnaires (2021), Oliver and McGregor's achievement goals questionnaire (2001), Mejli et al.'s academic self-efficacy questionnaire (2000) and Sawari academic procrastination questionnaire (2010) were used and the collected data collected was analyzed using the path coefficient and structural equation method using SPSS version 23 and Amos version 24 software. Also, Seville test was used to measure the effect of the mediating variable. The findings showed that the variables of self-efficacy and goal orientation It has a direct, negative and meaningful effect on academic boredom and work procrastination. Also, according to the amount of t, procrastination has a direct, positive and significant effect on boredom. It is worth mentioning that the coefficients were significant for all direct paths. On the other hand, the results of indirect effects showed that each of the variables of goal orientation and self-efficacy with the mediation of procrastination has an indirect, negative and significant effect on boredom. These findings indicate that the structural model of boredom is based on goal orientation and self-efficacy with mediation. Procrastination is a good fit.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2023/05/18 | Accepted: 2023/07/23 | Published: 2023/07/23

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