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The Relationship of Academic Achievement Motivation with Emotional Intelligence and Quality of Life of University Students
Rahil Ghorbani nia , Fatemeh Izadi
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The Relationship of Academic Achievement Motivation with Emotional Intelligence and Quality of Life of University Students
 
Ghorbani Nia Rahil1*, Izadi Fatemeh2
 
1. Ph.D Student, Institute for Futures Studies in Health, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran.
2. BSc Student, Department of Nursing, Bam University of Medical Sciences, Bam, Iran
*Correspondence: Future Studies Institute of Health, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Haft Bagh Alavi Blvd.,  Kerman, Iran
Tel: 00983431325403                                               Email: r.ghorbani6790@gmail.com
 
Abstract:

Background & Objectives:
Today, studies have shown the impact of emotional intelligence and quality of life on academic achievement motivation. Paying attention to the factors that lead to academic motivation is very important. The aim of this study was to determine the relationship of academic achievement motivation with emotional intelligence and quality of life in students of Bam University of Medical Sciences in 2015.
Methods: This cross- sectional, descriptive-analytic study was conducted on 232 students in Bam University of Medical Sciences selected through stratified random sampling. Research instruments were Hermen’s achievement motivation questionnaire, emotional intelligence Bradbry-Graves test and 36-item questionnaire of quality of life. Data analysis was done through SPSS20 and using t-test, ANOVA, Pearson and linear regression analysis.
Results: From all, 87% were female, 81% were single, 58.2% were undergraduate students and 71.1% were in the age group of 18-22 years old. Mean scores of academic achievement motivation, emotional intelligence and quality of life showed no significant relationship with demographic features of students. Regression analysis results showed no significant correlation between the motivation of academic achievement and variables of quality of life and emotional intelligence. 
Conclusion: Although there was no significant relationship between the motivations of academic achievement and variables of emotional intelligence and quality of life, the motivation for advancement can be generalized and thought; so, training courses for motivation development can be very helpful.
 
Key­words: Motivation of academic achievement, Quality of life, Emotional intelligence, Students
 
­Citation: Ghorbani Nia R, Izadi F. The Relationship of Academic Achievement Motivation with Emotional Intelligence and Quality of Life of University Students. Journal of Health Based Research 2017; 3(3): 297-307.

 
Keywords: Motivation of academic achievement, Quality of life, Emotional intelligence, Students
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Ghorbani nia R, Izadi F. The Relationship of Academic Achievement Motivation with Emotional Intelligence and Quality of Life of University Students. hbrj. 2017; 3 (3) :297-307
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