ROLES OF SELF-REGULATION AND FACTORS FOR CONTROLLING SELF-REGULATION
Nakata, S., Aichi Gakuin University, Hashimoto, H., Shukugawa Gakuin Junior College of Woman and Shiomi, K., Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan
This study examines the relationship of feedback in the interpersonal interactive process with self-regulation and self-efficacy, by taking into consideration the influence of emotions. It aims to identify the factors that control self-regulation. The subjects of this study are 104 children aged between 9 and 12. In groups of two, These children were given the task of making feathers fly with the force air. The relationship of feedback in the interpersonal interactive process with self-regulation and self- efficacy were analyzed. The results of this analysis demonstrated that affirmative feedback from others exerted a significant positive influence on self-regulation. An analysis of self-regulation in each subscale showed that affirmative feedback also exerted a significant positive influence on self-disclosure. The results of this study confirm the striking influences of self-efficacy and interpersonal cognition on self-regulation are striking. In a competitive situation, there was a tendency to send out negative feedback in cases where others scored.