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Talent. 2015; 5(1): 21-43


Validity and Reliability Study of Questionnaire on Self-Regulated Learning -7 Turkish Version

Marilena Z. Leana-Taşcılar.




Abstract

The purpose of this study is to make the Turkish adaption, and to evaluate the psychometric properties, of the Questionnaire on Self-Regulated Learning-7 (SRL-7). During the language adaptation process, 10 language specialists evaluated the adaptation indexes. In the language validation study, 41 lycée students completed both the English and Turkish forms of the questionnaire. To determine reliability and validity, 214 students were asked to participate. Results of reliability analysis of the sub-scales made with KR20 were .84 for self-regulated learning, .70 for unreflective/impulsive and .72 for external. A Rasch analysis intended to evaluate internal consistency showed acceptable infit, outfit and DIF. Finally, predictive validity analysis indicated positive correlation between self-regulated learning and both intrinsic motivation and achievement; unreflective/impulsive and external correlated positively with extrinsic motivation, and negatively with achievement. Thus, the Turkish version of SRL-7 is a valid and reliable measurement, which can be used in further studies.

Key words: Self-regulated learning, SRL-7, Rasch analysis, gifted and talented students






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