ACADEMIC MOTIVATION SCALE (AMS-C 28)
|Name||ACADEMIC MOTIVATION SCALE (AMS-C 28)|
|Developed by||Vallerand, Blais, Brière, & Pelletier|
|Purpose||The AMS is an instrument to the application of Self Determination Theory. This theory identifies three levels of academic motivation–intrinsic, extrinsic, and motivation. The AMS instrument has been used reliably to study and measure motivation levels in elementary, high school, and undergraduate university students|
|Items||The instrument has a total of 28 questions.|
|Sub-scales||The AMS divided into 7 subscales, each consisting of 4 items|
|Reliability||Academic Motivation Scale (AMS), has satisfactory levels of internal consistency (mean alpha value = .81) and temporal stability over a one-month period (mean test-retest correlation = .79|
|Cut-off score||The AMS instrument overall score termed a Self Determination Index (SDI). The range on the SDI is from -18 to +18. The higher the score, the more intrinsic the participant is considered to be.|
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|Prepared by||Namra Sarwar|
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