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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Anxiety Scale: Psychomothoric Studies And The Applications To Students Who Conducting A Thesis Research

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AUTHOR(S)

Sita Permatasari, Fatwa Tentama

 

KEYWORDS

Anxiety, Behavior, Biologic, Mind, Mood, Motivation, Partial Least Square

 

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to analyze the construct validity and construct anxiety, and to find indicators that form the construct anxiety. Anxiety was measured by five aspects, namely; mood, mind, motivation, behavior, and biology. The subjects of this study were 55 students at X University in Yogyakarta who were conducting on their thesis. Data collection method in this study used anxiety scale. The research data were analyzed by using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) SmartPLS 3.2.8 with reflective construct through CFA 2nd Order. Based on the results of the outer model analysis, the aspects and indicators that formed the construct of anxiety were declared valid and reliable. The most dominant aspect that reflected anxiety was the behavioral aspect. The lowest aspect that reflected anxiety was the biological aspect. It shows that all aspects and indicators were able to reflect and form the construct of anxiety. Therefore, the measurement model could be accepted because the theory that describes the construct of anxiety in accordance with empirical data which were obtained from the subjects.

 

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