Does academic training change intentions?: drawing upon the theory of planned behaviour to improve academic performance

In order to improve transfer following training, it is important to understand what the training alters for each individual. We sought to develop a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms implicated in successful training. A questionnaire modelled on the Theory of Planned Behaviour (ToPB) was used to compare two distinct, academic skills training courses. It was hypothesised that, while both training programmes would lead to a change in intentions to use the skills taught, the more interactive training would result in greater change. This was confirmed. Within both courses, changes i ... Show more

Authors: Hodge, Brad; Wright, Brad; Bennett, Pauleen

Published: Abingdon, England, Taylor and Francis, 2017

Resource type: Article

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