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Title: التفكير الايجابي وعلاقته بدافعية الانجاز لدى طلاب جامعة أفريقيا العالمية
Authors: نفيسة الطيب خالد
Keywords: التفكير الإيجابي
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية- عمادة الدراسات العليا و البحث العلمي و النشر- كلية التربية - قسم علم النفس التربوي
Abstract: The goal of this research to reveal positive thinking and its relationship to the motivation of achievement among students of the International University of Africa, Khartoum state, the researcher used the descriptive curriculum and has represented the research community in the students of the International University of Africa where the sample size (482) students representing 4% were selected in the random way by 32 1) Student, and (161) students and the tools of study consisted of a questionnaire based on the measure of positive thinking Abdul Sattar Ibrahim (2010) and the Arab measure of motivation for achievement prepared by Youssef Mohammed Eid (2015) the data was analyzed by the program The statistical package of social sciences (spss) and applying a number of statistical methods the researcher has reached a set of results: 1. Positive thinking among Students of the International University of Africa is on the rise 2. There are differences in emotional control and control of the higher mental processes of students of the World University of Africa by gender (male-female) in favour of males. - There are no differences in emotional intelligence and motivation of achievement among African International University students by gender (male-female). There are no differences between positive thinking and motivation of achievement among African International University students due to specialization - There are differences in the motivation of achievement among students of the International University of Africa depending on the country. - There are no differences in emotional control and control of higher mental processes and emotional intelligence among students of the International University of Africa depending on the country 4- The existence of a direct correlation between motivation for achievement and emotional intelligence. - Lack of a direct correlation between the motivation of the achievement of emotional control and control of higher mental processes The research concluded with a number of recommendations, the most important of which are: 1- Attention to university activities and programs that push students towards positive thinking. 2- Holding training courses and guidance programs that develop the motivation for achievement and positive thinking among university students. 3- Interest in teaching positive thinking skills within the university's courses because it is important in correcting students' perception of future life.
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