Nov. 01, 2011
Source: Journal of Science Teacher Education, Volume 22, Issue 7, p. 661-677. November 2011
The goal of this study was to investigate the relationship between components of epistemological beliefs and self-refulation (self-efficacy and test-anxiety) on learning biology.
The participants were 411 pre-service elementary and pre-service elementary science teachers.
The results showed that only the belief about “existence of one truth” was a significant predictor of test anxiety while there was no epistemological predictor of self-efficacy.