Lestari, Vivi Kurnia (2006) PENGARUH LOCUS OF CONTROL, EFIKASI DIRI, KEMAMPUAN MENGINGAT DAN AKTIVITAS BELAJAR TERHADAP PRESTASI BELAJAR MATEMATIKA. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract
Value of mathematics lessons in Indonesia is still relatively low when compared with other countries. The low value of mathematics can be associated with the characteristics of abstract mathematics, so that many students have difficulty in learning. Though mathematics is important for students because they can increase students' thinking ability. Locus of control, self efficacy, the ability to recall and learning activities is a predictor of math achievement. It is expected that when students have an internal locus of control, high selfefficacy, the ability to remember the good and supported with a high activity of learning mathematics can improve student math achievement. The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of locus of control, self efficacy, the ability to recall and learning activities to learning achievement. This research is quantitative. Quantitative research is research that results in the form of numbers. The samples used were high school students of AlFalah. Methods of data collection using the questionnaire in the form of scales, test kits and closed questionnaire. Analysis of the data used in this research is regression analysis. Based on this analysis we concluded that when examined together, the locus of control, self efficacy, the ability to recall and learning activities have a significant impact on student math achievement with effective contribution of 24.692%. However, when tested independently, then the locus of control and self efficacy have a significant influence on mathematics achievement. While the ability to recall and learning activities do not have a significant influence on student math achievement.
Item Type:  Thesis (Other) 

Subjects:  B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology 
Divisions:  Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology 
Depositing User:  Anggit Aldila 
Date Deposited:  18 Jul 2012 02:47 
Last Modified:  18 Jul 2012 02:47 
URI:  http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/12315 
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