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November 2019 Vol.7 No.11

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Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (ISSN: 2350-2282) Vol. 7(11) pp. 140-143, November, 2019

Copyright © 2019 Merit Research Journals

DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3558970

Original Research Article

Aggression as a Moderator of the Correlation between the Adaptive-Innovative Style of Behavior and the Motivation to the Learning Environment


Petkov, George Mitevska, Mayiana


State University Of Library Studies And Information Texnologies 119, Tsarigrad Shosse BLVD. Sofia, Bulgaria

E-mail: majana@abv.bg

Accepted November 18, 2019




The impact of aggression on innovative and adaptive styles (Kirton, 1976) is viewed. The method of Jenkins, Zyanski and Rosenman, 1971, Baron and Graziano, 1991, is used to identify two different lifestyles corresponding to Type A behavior and Type B behavior and their aggressive predispositions. Kirton Adaption Innovation Inventory (KAI, Kirton, 1976) is also included in the decision-making process outside or within established rules and procedures. The study was conducted by surveying a sample of 189 people, of which 51.9% are men and 48.1% are women between the ages of 14 and 49. The data are processed by SPSS 21. The results show significant correlations between the desire to do better and the “aspects of academic motivation for achievement, self-esteem and self-improvement. Ava is the assumption that the moderate type of behavior and the behavior type A positive influence on academic motivation. The results of the study can be used in education to increase student motivation.

Keywords: Innovative and adaptive styles, educational environment













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