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ArtikelPsychometric Data on The Mathematics Self - Efficacy Scale  
Oleh: Moore, Katheleen ; Nielsen, Ingrid L.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 63 no. 1 (2003), page 128-138.
Topik: PSYCHOMETRICS; athematics self - efficacy; factor structure; score validity; score reliability
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Isi artikelDescriptive measurement reliability and validity data are reported on socres from the mathematics self - efficacy scale (MSES) in two contexts - class and test - for a sample of 302 australian high school students. Summated scores on the MSES correlated r = 0,74 and together these items yielded one component that explained 49% of the variance. MSES scores demonstrated internal reliability for both class and test (cronbach alphas = 0,86 and 0,9). Statistically significant correlations between MSES scores, past mathematics grades and marsh's self - description questionnaire III (math) were used to indicate the convergent validity of scores for the MSES. Discriminant validity of the MSES scores was suggested by the lack of significant correlations between the MSES measures and students' desired english grades. Statistically significant correlations between MSES scores and students' desired mathematics grades indicated concurrent validity of the MSES measures. A statistically significant difference between class and test scores supported bandura's prescription for context specificity in efficacy research.
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