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The relationship between negligence and academic performance second grade and third grade students in city Jahrom.


Education today is undoubtedly the most important factor in considering the development of cultural, social and economic community and educational society Education is responsible for the creation of cultural transmission is talented students In the future, they can play an effective role in society. Excellence and progress of any society requires healthy and happy and healthy relationships with others can lead to development of character. Art negligence continued yesterday and avoiding today. The decision to postpone the work that can be done at the present time is apparently an acceptable successor to implement it, and makes it possible That we deceive ourselves, and we think it's going to have to do something that we did not lie to ourselves. The word means the soldier's negligence and deliberate delay in carrying out the work. Negligence on core business activities instead of replacing implies that all is not synonymous with idleness and laziness For the lazy person does not desire to do any kind of work, but do not neglect the only original work, but your else does entertained Throughout the school, pupils negligence is a common problem and an obstacle to academic success and academic progress is considered. This negligence is therefore justified. Students, most of their time in school or homework or just have your personal tasks. Doing research or studying for exams such activities are. Negligence for school homework that is associated with their academic life is estimated at approximately 70%. This phenomenon is very common among them. In an interview with a student has been found that about 25% of negligence with moderate or severe. This tendency to postpone things not only has negative consequences on their academic life but also affects their quality of life. Poverty is a result of the negligence of individual performance that can interfere with social functioning. Throughout the school, pupils negligence as a common and important problem which is posed as a barrier to academic success and academic progress is considered. Therefore, a considerable degree of negligence is justified. quoted believes that LAX is one who knows what it wants, the tool is equipped to perform the task. Planning practices, but also tries to sort it all out or it does not lag much buildup. He deals with the importance of individual LAX to lower barriers to greater obstacles, and spend a fun or little activity and in terms of the activities to avoid. He believes both chronic and some are lax. Easier to do some of the 20 percent of the population is common occurrence occasional but limited chronic lifetime and in all areas there are so lax chronic lifestyle and in all aspects of life continues. Human capital are the largest student population, making up more than half the population of developing countries, young people are. In our country the majority of the population, young people make up. Thus, identifying resource and training issues ... The vast class and try to solve these problems is of particular importance. Because students are as young force to move the wheels of progress they make. So one of the things that has always attracted the attention of educators and parents, teachers and students self-regulated in their learning. Self-regulated learning process seeks to enable the learner and the learner is responsible for his own behalf A large number of researchers and research negligence as failure in self-regulation process.


This research is descriptive and correlational. The population in this study include all second-and third-grade students in the academic year 92-91 are enrolled in primary schools Jahrom, is. This study examined a sample of 100 students is Jahrom Of these 50 patients, the second grade students and 50 third grade students are also cluster sampling is.


As the table below shows the results of the relationship between negligence and academic performance is According to the results of the Pearson correlation test between negligence and academic performance (r= 0/237 and sig = 0/018) and the inverse relationship is established.


The first hypothesis examined the relationship between negligence and assessing academic performance was examined when considering the results of the Pearson correlation test. Negligence and inverse correlation between academic performance is maintained. That neglect has increased, decreased academic performance will be followed. So the first research hypothesis was confirmed. Findings with results is consistent. Research on the effect of overcoming skills and academic performance of elementary students have been careless. In this study, 46 samples of elementary students were the first in Tehran Randomly selected. The results showed that overcoming skills Negligence Negligence decrease as well as increase academic performance Students in the experimental group compared with the control group. in a study, social anxiety, neglect, and academic performance pay. The sample in this study, 200 female students were enrolled in the academic year 2004-2005, Were selected. The results showed that social anxiety and academic performance are positively related negligence. Negligence of school students, the problem is very common and important as a deterrent to academic success and academic progress will be considered. This negligence is therefore justified. The second hypothesis of the study was to examine differences between boys and girls has been lax. Compare the results of the test showed that significant differences exist between the variables. Therefore neglect the effect of gender (girls and boys), no. Therefore, the second research hypothesis was not confirmed. Findings with results is inconsistent. The research entitled "The projected self-regulated learning strategies on academic negligence" did. The results showed that cognitive and academic negligence, there was a significant difference between the two sexes, so that fewer girls than boys had lapses. Negligence inseparable part of human nature and the sense of deliberately delaying and future activities are delegated. Negligence gradually becomes accustomed to human presence and the habits of the child, especially when your child's school has stepped into the realm of social life, Develops. The results of this study for students is negligence caused the injury. Students negligence causes behind the study and the factors affecting the academic performance of students, parents, especially the mother's education and the literacy rate is Mothers because they are more and more children in the home environment so they can role and performance are also forward. Also noteworthy is also welcome student's LAX feel a lot of pressure on herself because of the cheaters and liars family and friends as members are considered. Students aging effects will be more lax in their the family complained to the educational and personal tasks, increases their irresponsibility. The materials needed to teach such skills at an early age is well justified and explained.


Article history:

Received 25 January 2014

Received in revised form 2 June April 2014

Accepted 6 June 2014

Available online 15 June 2014


This article is extracted from my thesis under the title of "The relationship between negligence and academic performance Second grade and third grade students in city Jahrom". Hereby, I extend my sincere appreciation to Islamic Azad university of Arsanjan for the efforts and supports they provided to me.


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(1) Majid Ramezanli, (2) Dr. Jahangir Mehr Afsha, (3) Dr. Mohammad Hasan Rezaei

(1) M.A student of Behavioral Sciences (Preschool Education), Arsanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arsanjan, Iran

(2) Department of Educational Sciences, Arsanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arsanjan, Iran

(3) Department of Educational Sciences, Darab Branch, Islamic Azad University, Darab, Iran

Corresponding Author: Dr. Jahangir Mehr Afsha, Department of Educational Sciences, Arsanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arsanjan, Iran.
Table 1: Distribution of respondents according to gender

Third Base               Second base           Sex

Percent      Abundance   Percent   Abundance
0/25         25          0/25      25          Girls
0/25         25          0/25      25          Boys
0/50         100         0/50      50          Total

Table 2: Descriptive statistics of variables.

Standard deviation   Average   Variables

0/95                 19/49     Academic Performance
10/78                54/6      Indifference

Table 3: Results of the Pearson correlation test based on
Negligence and academic performance.

Significant level.   The correlation   Variables

0/018                -0/237            Streamlined Journalism
                                       Academic Performance

Table 4: Test results mean difference: a review of girls and
boys lax

Significant   t       Standard deviation   Average   Components

                      8/26                 43/21     Girls
0/44          -6/38   8/97                 58/02     Boys

Table 5: Average test score differences: A study of academic
performance of boys and girls.

sig     t      Standard    Average   Components   Variable

0/006   5/32   20/29       82/93     Girls        Academic
               17/65       92/36     Boys         Performance
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