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|Other Titles:||The Effect of High/Low Harsh Evaluation Perception on Avoidance Temperament and Self-handicapping Strategies among Nursing Students|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
Practical research results revealed the relationship of self-handicapping strategies and internal/external problems, but its relationship wasn't clear from the point of temperament theory. This study tested the liner relation of neuroticism, behavioral inhibition system, negative affect, and self-handicapping strategy, and distinguished the difference of path model of high/low harsh evaluation perceptive groups. Data were collected from 405 students and analyzed by structural equation modeling and simultaneous analysis of several groups. The results of this study were as follows: (1)The avoidance temperament cause model fitted the observed data probably. (2)Neuroticism and behavioral inhibition system had direct effect on negative affect. Behavioral inhibition system had indirect effect on self-handicapping strategy by negative affect. (3)High/low harsh evaluation groups had statistical difference on avoidance temperament, self-handicapping strategy, and model pattern.
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