Document Type: Original Article

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Department of Agricultural Extension and education, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Abstract

Objective: This study is applied of descriptive correlative type run as field study using Billings and Moos (1981) standard methods questionnaires for stress coping and self-efficacy ideas of Sherer et al (1981). Methods: In this research, the census sampling has been done to select the students from Tehran based Science and Research Department of Islamic Azad University Natural Resources and Agricultural Faculty. The study statistical community consists of all graduate students (n=85) in extension and education of agricultural training and rural development fields in Tehran based Science and Research Department of Islamic Azad University Natural Resources and Agricultural Faculty. Regarding the student community being limited in the area of master level extension and education of agricultural training and rural development, all of them have been sampled by census method, out of whom 76 have been accessible. Data statistical analysis performed using computer software SPSS17. Results: The results derived from the independent variables influencing the dependent ones indicate a meaningful positive relationship between problem solving focus and motion focus and self-efficacy. The results extracted from the collective effect of the independent variables on the dependent one by multi regression imply the positive effect of emotion focus on the self-efficacy of students of Tehran Science and Research Department of Islamic Azad University Natural Resources and Agricultural Faculty

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