A Causal Model of Relationship between Basic Psychological Needs and Academic Resilience: The Mediating Role of Ambiguity Tolerance in Online Education
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The present research was conducted to investigate the causal model of relationship between basic psychological needs and academic resilience in online education with the mediating role of ambiguity tolerance. The current research was applied in terms of purpose and correlational in terms of method. The population of the current research was Rahman Institute of Higher Education’s student studying in the academic year 2021-2022. Two hundred and seven students out of the population were selected through convenience sampling method. The data collection tool in the present research included The Basic Needs Satisfaction in General Scale (BNSG-S), Academic Resilience Inventory (ARI), and ambiguity tolerance (AT). Then the data were analyzed through structural equation method using SPSS 22 and Smart PLS 3 software. The research results showed that basic psychological needs positively and directly affect academic resilience (P<0.05). Moreover, the results revealed that ambiguity tolerance had a direct and positive effect on academic resilience (P<0.05). On the other hand, the indirect effect of basic psychological needs on academic resilience was confirmed through ambiguity tolerance (p<0.05); Therefore, it can be concluded that students whose basic psychological needs were satisfied more, had more tolerance for ambiguity; they were also more academically resilient; in the meantime, providing basic needs was especially important; Therefore, higher education administrators of the country should strive to develop these abilities in students.The present research was conducted to investigate the causal model of relationship between basic psychological needs and academic resilience in online education with the mediating role of ambiguity tolerance. The current research was applied in terms of purpose and correlational in terms of method. The population of the current research was Rahman Institute of Higher Education’s student studying in the academic year 2021-2022. Two hundred and seven students out of the population were selected through convenience sampling method. The data collection tool in the present research included The Basic Needs Satisfaction in General Scale (BNSG-S), Academic Resilience Inventory (ARI), and ambiguity tolerance (AT). Then the data were analyzed through structural equation method using SPSS 22 and Smart PLS 3 software. The research results showed that basic psychological needs positively and directly affect academic resilience (P<0.05). Moreover, the results revealed that ambiguity tolerance had a direct and positive effect on academic resilience (P<0.05). On the other hand, the indirect effect of basic psychological needs on academic resilience was confirmed through ambiguity tolerance (p<0.05); Therefore, it can be concluded that students whose basic psychological needs were satisfied more, had more tolerance for ambiguity; they were also more academically resilient; in the meantime, providing basic needs was especially important; Therefore, higher education administrators of the country should strive to develop these abilities in students.
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English
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Journal of Modern Psychology, Volume:2 Issue: 3, Autumn 2022
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1 to 13
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