The study aimed to establish a theoretical model for the causal relationship between three variables of study: Achievement Goals Orientations, the Identity Styles, and Academic Delay of Gratification, and then to examine the role of identity styles as a mediating variable in determining the association between Achievement goals orientations and Academic delay of gratification. The sample consisted of 108 students from Sultan Qaboos University. The students completed measures regarding their perception of achievement goals orientations, the identity styles, and academic delay of gratification. The results indicated statistically significant effects of achievement goals orientations on the identity styles, and academic delay of gratification, and a statistically significant direct effects of commitment identity on academic delay of gratification. Moreover, the results showed that the commitment identity mediated the relations between achievement goals orientations and academic delay of gratification.
|العنوان المترجم للمساهمة||Modeling Causal Effects of Identity Styles, Academic Delay of Gratification, and Achievement Goals Orientations among Students of Sultan Qaboos University in the Sultanate of Oman|
|الصفحات (من إلى)||131-161|
|دورية||Journal of Educational and Psychological Sciences (University of Bahrain)|
|المعرِّفات الرقمية للأشياء|
|حالة النشر||Published - 2022|