Nilai Prestasi sebagai Moderator Hubungan Kegigihan dengan Prestasi Akademik

Authors

  • Azka Ananda Sari Universitas Indonesia
  • Lucia R. M. Royanto Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Indonesia Kampus Baru UI – Depok 16424

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26740/jptt.v9n2.p91-100

Keywords:

Nilai prestasi, kegigihan, prestasi akademik, mahasiswa

Abstract

Value is a fundamental variable that underlies human life. Value serves as a guidance for someone to take an action. In the field of education, achievement value orientation can guide a students to act accordingly in order to gain academic achievements. The aim of this study was toexamine how achievement value serve as a moderator bewtween grit and academic achievement relations. Data were collected using online surveys from 363 undergraduate students of University of Indonesia and were analyzed using multiple regression. The results show that achievement value is significantly proved as a moderator of the relationship between grit and academic achievement. Students who believe in a greater achievement value shows grittier behavior in the context of study and greater effort in facing challenges in college. The grittier the students, the higher academic achievementsthey achieve.

Keywords: Achievement value, grit, academic achievement, students

 

Author Biographies

Azka Ananda Sari, Universitas Indonesia

Department of Educational Psychology

Lucia R. M. Royanto, Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Indonesia Kampus Baru UI – Depok 16424

lecturer at the Department of Educational Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia

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