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Educ Strategy Med Sci 2017, 10(6): 469-478 Back to browse issues page
Explaining Student-Teachers High-Risk Behaviors Based on Academic Identity and Academic Motivation
Zobair Samimi 1, Abozar Dehani 2, Farnaz Shaban basim 3, Arash Shahbaziyan khonig 1
1- Department of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Shahid Madani University, Tabriz, Iran
2- Department of Educational Sciences, farhangian University, Allameh Tabatabaei Pardis of Sabzevar, Sabzevar, Iran
3- Department of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Shahid Madani University, Tabriz, Iran , Farnaz.shaban@yahoo.com
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Background and Aim: High-risk behaviors endanger the health and well-being of individuals. Therefore, it is important to recognize its effective factors. Therefore this study aimed to explain student - teachers high-risk behaviors based on academic identity and academic motivation.
Methods: The research method was a descriptive-correlation, and the statistical population consists of all male student – teachers (n=500) at Farhangian University of Sabzevar in 2016-2017 and 220 students were selected using available sampling method and using the Cochran formula. Academic identity status questionnaire, academic motivation scale and Iranian youth high-risk behaviors scale were used for data gathering. Data analysis was performed using the multiple regression analysis (stepwise) and software SPSS version 16.
Findings: The results showed that there is a significant negative relationship between academic identity achievement with smoking and sex and followering academic identity with sex (p>0.05). There is a significant negative relatioship between internal motivation with smoking and sex (p>0.01). Stepwise regression analysis showed academic identity achievement and academic identity follower predict Smoking and sex components. Also, intrinsic motivation predict smoking and sex components of high-risk behaviors.
Conclusion: Academic identity and academic motivation are predictors of high-risk behaviors in students.

Keywords: High-Risk Behaviors, Academic identity, Academic motivation
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Health
Received: 2017/03/13 | Accepted: 2017/08/8 | Published: 2017/10/31
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Samimi Z, Dehani A, Shaban basim F, Shahbaziyan khonig A. Explaining Student-Teachers High-Risk Behaviors Based on Academic Identity and Academic Motivation. Educ Strategy Med Sci. 2017; 10 (6) :469-478
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