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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 365-372


RESEARCH SELF-EFFICACY, INTEREST IN RESEARCH AND RESEARCH TRAINING ENVIRONMENT: A CORRELATION STUDY AT DOCTORAL LEVEL

Bushra Naoreen, Shamaiela Mehbooob Ali Farooqi, Syeda Samina Tahira, Asif Iqbal.

Abstract
The objective of this study was to find out the relationship of research self-efficacy with research training environment and interest in research.It also found the impact of demographic variables on research selfefficacy, interest in research and perceptions of research training environment.Two research questions and null hypotheses were developed for study.The participants of this study were 121 students of PhD at the departments of education at 11 public sector universities of Pakistan in their first, second and third year of the study.Four data collection instruments were used.A correlational design was used for this research to study the variables.Purposive sampling was used for this design. Pearson correlation and ANOVA was used to test the hypotheses.No significant effect was found among all variables except one; that is age of the respondents.Age has statistically significant effect on the perceptions of research training environment.There was no significant relationship between all the variables exceptinterest in research and self-efficacy of the doctoral students.

Key words: self-efficacy, interest in research, research training environment, doctoral students






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