Pengaruh Self-Regulated Learning, Goal Orientation, dan Variabel Demografis terhadap Perilaku Menyontek pada Siswa SMK Negeri 41 Jakarta

Indri Lestari, Diana Mutiah


Cheating behavior must be minimized by knowing and anticipating the cause of cheating. The causes of cheating include self-regulated learning, goal orientation, and demographic variables. The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of self-regulated learning (the usage of cognitive strategies and self-regulation), goal orientation (mastery goal orientation, performance goal orientation approach, avoid goal orientation performance), and demographic variables (gender and class level) on cheating behavior. The respondents of this study amounted to 220 students of SMK Negeri 41 Jakarta, sampling techniques with accidental sampling. The results of the study used multiple regression analysis by showing the results that there was a significant effect of all variables on cheating behavior, the proportion of variance obtained was 10.2%.


cheating behavior, goal-orientation, self-regulated learning

DOI: 10.15408/tazkiya.v7i1.11161


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