Academic Procrastination of University Students: The Role of Problematic Internet Use, Self-Regulated Online Learning, And Academic Self-Efficacy


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Authors

  • Kübra Karakaya Özyer Eskişehir Osmangazi University, Turkey
  • Fatma Altınsoy Eskişehir Osmangazi University, Turkey

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52380/mojet.2023.11.1.459

Keywords:

Human-computer interface, Academic procrastionation, Problematic internet use, Academic self-efficacy, Distance education and online learning

Abstract

To understand the relationship between problematic internet use and academic procrastination, this study constructs a parallel mediation model to examine the impact of university students’ problematic internet usage on their academic procrastination and the mediation effect of academic self-efficacy and self-regulated online learning. A total of 498 students in Turkey were surveyed using the Internet Addiction Scale-Short Version, the Academic Self-Efficacy Scale,   the Academic Procrastination Scale, and the Self-Regulated Online Learning Scale. The correlation analysis demonstrated that problematic internet usage was positively correlated with academic procrastination. However, academic self-efficacy and self-regulated online learning were negatively correlated with academic procrastination and problematic internet usage. Further, the parallel mediation analysis showed that internet addiction has a direct predictive effect on students’ academic procrastination and an indirect predictive effect via academic self-efficacy and self-regulated online learning. Specifically, academic self-efficacy and self-regulated online learning were found to be partial mediators and play a buffering role between problematic internet use and academic procrastination.

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Published

2023-01-24

How to Cite

Karakaya Özyer, K., & Altınsoy, F. (2023). Academic Procrastination of University Students: The Role of Problematic Internet Use, Self-Regulated Online Learning, And Academic Self-Efficacy. Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Technology, 11(1), 77–93. https://doi.org/10.52380/mojet.2023.11.1.459

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