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Background and Aim: The study of the effects of native independent learning program and Pintrich's self-regulation learning program on the test anxiety was performed in high school girl students in Tehran. The effect of two independent native learning programs and Pintrich's self-regulation learning on the students' anxiety level was measured and compared.
Materials and Methods: This was a semi-experimental and applied study, which was performed in three groups (experimental and control groups) on 45 students. The statistical population included female high school students in Tehran during the academic year of 1394-1394. A multi-stage cluster sampling method was used in which 45 students were randomly selected and assigned to three groups of 15 people. The research tool was Sarason test (1987) with a reliability coefficient of 0.88 and alpha coefficient of 0.87, independent native learning program and Pintrich's self-regulation learning program.
Findings: The effectiveness of native independent learning program training on test anxiety with respect to (F = 2.35, p = 136), test anxiety variance in test and control groups was not significant at the error level of 0.05. . The effectiveness of the native independent learning program and Pintrich's self-regulating learning program on anxiety with regard to (P = 0.004, F = 2.254), test anxiety variance was significant in the experimental and control groups at the error level of 0.05. .
Conclusion: Independent independent learning program has more impact on students 'test anxiety than Pintrich's self-regulating learning, and this program can be used to reduce students' test anxiety.

     
Type of Study: Original Research Article | Subject: Psychology
Received: 2016/10/7 | Accepted: 2018/02/11

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