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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 2062-2070


Relationship Between Academic Locus of Control and Vicarious Learning of Intermediate Students

Shazia Afshan, Dr. Afifa Khanam, Dr. Qudsia Kalsoom.

Abstract
The research in hand investigated the association between the Academic Locus of control and Vicarious Learning of intermediate students. The study was conducted in quantitative paradigm using correlational method. All intermediate students of government colleges in Lahore district were the population of the study. One thousandintermediate students (session 2017-2019) of Govt. Degree Colleges from Lahore were selected through cluster sampling. Researchers used twoseparate questionnairesto collect data foridentifying the nature of Academic Locus of control and Vicarious Learning amongst intermediate learners. The Pearson r calculation provided the evidence that there is a significant positive moderateto high relationship between Internal Academic Locus of control and Vicarious Learning of sample intermediate students.The study holds implications for effective orientation sessions and developing participativeand encouraging environment for motivating intermediate students at college level.

Key words: Academic Locus of Control, Vicarious Learning, Intermediate students, social cognition






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