MSLQ

AcronymDefinition
MSLQMotivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire
MSLQMedical Science Liaison Quarterly
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The data were merged with information from the MSLQ, as well as course and computer self-assessment grades.
The Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ) is an extensively used instrument in research on students at college and university level.
The self-efficacy measure included eight items from the MSLQ measuring students' perceptions of their competence to do the class work in the class subject, such as "I am confident that I can learn the basic concepts taught in this class" (Cronbach's [alpha] = .65).
Weak correlations were reported between the AS and the OCS [r (133) = .244, p <.01)], and the task value [r (133) = .276, _p <.01)], and Self-regulation [r (133) = .265, p <.01] subscales of the MSLQ scale.
Para la asignacion de puntaje cada item del MSLQ se evalua con una escala Likert (0 a 3), se suma el puntaje obtenido en cada item y el resultado se convierte a escala 10.
El MSLQ ha sido traducido a varios idiomas y usado por cientos de investigadores y profesores alrededor del mundo para enfatizar la naturaleza de la motivacion y el uso de estrategias de aprendizaje en distintos tipos de contenido y de poblaciones; para ayudar a refinar el entendimiento teorico de los constructos motivacionales, para explicar como son distintos unos de otros, cuales son las diferencias individuales que existen en la autorregulacion del aprendizaje y para evaluar los efectos motivacionales y cognitivos de diferentes aspectos de la instruccion (Garcia y Mckeachie, 2005).
Previous Cronbach reliability for the self-efficacy portion of the MSLQ was 0.93 (Duncan & McKeachie, 2005).
Con excepcion de los indicadores de esta ultima, para la redaccion de los demas se tomaron como referencia los que forman parte del cuestionario MSLQ (Motivated Strategies Learning Questionnaire, para su sigla en ingles (7)) (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia y Mc Keachie, 1991).
This study gives results of the first phase of the 12-18 year old Turkish students' norm study of The Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ), which developed by Pintrich, Smith, Garcia & McKeachie (1993).
The Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ, Pintrich et al., 1993) assessed students' motivational beliefs (task value, self-efficacy, and test anxiety) and self-regulation (metacognitive self-regulation and time management) MSLQ is a widely used self-report measure that utilizes a 7-point Likert scale (1 = not at all true of me and 7 = very true of me) to evaluate student motivation and learning strategies by college students.
One section assessed motivation levels and the use of learning strategies with scales from the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ) (Pintrich, Smith, Garcia, & McKeachie, 1993) and the Academic Motivation Scale (AMS) (Vallerand, et al, 1992).