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THE ROLE OF ACADEMIC MOTIVATION IN PREVENTING STUDENTS' ACADEMIC PROCRASTINATION DURING ONLINE LEARNING AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
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Academic procrastination is a severe problem students faced during online learning amid the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the predictors that can reduce academic procrastination is increasing academic motivation. This research aimed to determine how academic motivation could affect students' academic procrastination during online learning amid the Covid-19 pandemic. A total of 619 students participated in this research. The Yockey Academic Procrastination Short Scale (APS-S) and Vallerand's Academic Motivation Scale (AMS) were used to measure procrastination and motivation, respectively. Academic motivation and academic procrastination were analyzed using multiple regression analysis. The results showed that academic motivation consisting of intrinsic, extrinsic, and amotivation influenced 15.6% of academic procrastination behavior. Intrinsic motivation and amotivation had a significant effect on academic procrastination. Procrastination tended to be done by men. Meanwhile, women's intrinsic motivation tended to be higher than men's, with higher extrinsic motivation in academics.
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M.Si. Dina Syakina
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