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ERIC Number: EJ1134490
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2017
Pages: 8
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-2332-3205
Standardization of the Self Control and Self-Management Skills Scale (SCMS) on the Student of University of Najran
Al-Smadi, Marwan Saleh; Bani-Abduh, Yahya Mohammed
Universal Journal of Educational Research, v5 n3 p453-460 2017
This study aimed to standardize self-control and self-management skills (SCMS), Mezo 2009 , on students in the university of Najran And to identify the psychometric properties of the scale in the Arab Environment the society of Najran University student by taking a number of Procedures (Validity and reliability of the Scale ) and to get the Arabic version of self-control and self-management skills (SCMS; Mezo, 2009). Where the scale was applied on a sample of (288) students to verify truthfulness exploratory factorial, as well as cubits on a sample of 120 students to verify the genuineness of consistency, the results of Exploratory Factor Analysis, where self-control and the skills of self-management for scale (Mezo, P. 2009) was applied after making some modifications for the items of the third dimension, and to verify the factorial validity has been conducted. Exploratory Factor Analysis of the responses of the study sample, it was conducted a factor analysis of the items of this scale in a way the Principal Component analysis. The results of the study showed that the self-control and self-management skills scale for Mezo, P. 2009 was enjoyed with factorial validity where it was reached to two factors: the first factor, a pure factor loading (80.4%) of the variation where all items of the scale has been loaded except the first item "When I work toward something, it gets all my attention" and the second factor: Is also a pure factor loading (59.5%) of the variation where loading of items of each of the first and the second of sub-scales in the original version of the scale on this factor, while one item only of the third sub-scale in the original scale was not loaded. In the light of this the first factor was named self-evaluating and reinforcing, and consists of 10 items, and the second factor: self-monitoring, and consists of (6) items, so the results of the study showed there is a theoretical building behind this scale, which is an acceptable indication of the validity of the scale in the Arab environment.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Saudi Arabia
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