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This research aims to compare the academic self-efficacy and perceived control in female bachelor’s students in technical, arts, and humanities fields in Kerman. A comparative causal method was used in this research. The research statistical population includes all 1200 female students studying in arts, humanities, and technical fields of Azad University, who were separated in technical, arts and humanities fields of study and the sample size was considered to be 75 people (in three groups of 25 people from technical fields, arts, and humanities). The sampling method was available. Jynk and Morgan's (1999) academic self-efficacy tests and Wellborn, Connell, and Skinner's (1989) perceived control tests were used to collect data. One-way analysis of variance method was used to analyze the data. The results showed that academic self-efficacy is higher in technical students and perception of control is higher in art students.
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