- パーソナリティ研究 (ISSN:13488406)
- pp.27.2.9, (Released:2018-07-23)
The purpose of this study was to examine the reciprocal causal relationships between beliefs about learning and learning strategies, which, although suggested by previous research, have been lacking sufficient empirical evidence. Undergraduates (N=105) completed self-reported questionnaires to indicate beliefs about learning including strategy orientation, and learning strategy use consisted of meta-cognitive strategy, deep-processing strategy, and autonomous help-seeking. Cross-lagged structural equation analyses revealed cross-lagged effects between strategy orientation and learning strategies. Results suggest that beliefs about learning and learning strategy use have reciprocal causal relationships.