Abstract: One of the most important elements in any business is motivation to do the job, these incentives can be given to you by the environment, including family or you can motivate yourself. This study aimed to predict Self-motivation on the basis of parental styles and parental perfectionism in the sixth grade elementary students. The research method was correlation and statistical population included all students of the sixth grade of primary school education in Yazd city which had been studying in the academic year 2015-2016. The sample consisted of 282 students in the sixth grade of primary school and they were selected by convenience sampling method. The data were analyses by perfectionism questionnaire of Hill and educational styles of Baumrind and Researcher made self-motivation questionnaire. In this study, descriptive statistics were used to describe the variables better. Statistical indicators, including frequency, mean and standard deviation are used. In order to investigate the role of predictive variables, stepwise regression analysis was used. The results suggest that parental styles and parental perfectionism predicts 15% of self-motivation in students, so the main hypothesis was confirmed in this study.
Tayebeh Kalantari Sarcheshmeh, Mohammad Hosein Fallah and Saeid Vaziri, 2016. Prediction of Self-Motivation on the Basis of Parental Styles and Parental Perfectionism in the Sixth Grade Elementary Students. The Social Sciences, 11: 6643-6648.