The Relationships between Academic Self-Efficacy, Academic Burnout and Adjustment to Nursing Students' College Life

Myeong-Ja Moon, Seon-Hye Lee
2016 Asia-pacific Journal of Multimedia services convergent with Art Humanities and Sociology  
This study was to help the nursing students for better adjustment to college life by identifying the effects of academic burnout and academic self-efficacy in their college life. Study subjects were 277 students attending the college of nursing at a university and self-reporting questionnaires were used from December 7, 2015 to December 21, to collect data. The data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, one way ANOVA, Pearson's correlation coefficient and stepwise regression with
more » ... SS/Window 22.0. The nursing student's average score for academic self-efficacy was 3.70±0.50 points, for academic burnout 2.85±0.71 points and ajustment to college life 3.21±0.52 points. Adjustment to college life significantly
doi:10.14257/ajmahs.2016.10.07 fatcat:lhzs2ipxzrcmhfdgeoagcy3bgy