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Kérdőíves vizsgálatunk célja az volt, hogy magyar középiskolások (N = 236; F = 96, L = 140) körében feltárjuk az egyéni, szituatív, interperszonális és kulturális értékekkel kapcsolatos tényezők hatását az önbevalláson alapuló egyéni és kollaboratív iskolai csalásra. Mindemellett a felmért változók segítségével feltérképeztük azokat a tényezőket is, amelyek hatással vannak a tanulmányi átlagra. A használt kérdőívek validitásának tesztelése után az egyéni csalás kapcsán három változó közvetlen hatását különítettük el: a) a csalással szembeni attitűdökét, b) a csalás elkövetésével együttjáró lelkiismeret-furdalásét és c) a tanulmányi átlagét. A kollaboratív csalás esetén kapott modellben öt tényező közvetlen hatása jelent meg: a) a csalással szembeni attitűdöké, b) a tanulmányi átlagé, c) a tudás megszerzésére irányuló intrinzik motívációé, d) a külső regulációs extrinzik motivációé és e) az észlelt csoportkohézióé. Mindkét esetben meghatároztunk közvetett tényezőket is, melyek a fent bemutatott közvetlen változókon keresztül hatnak a csalásra. A feltárt modellek lehetőséget adnak arra, hogy a magyar kulturális és oktatási közegben le tudjuk írni a szakirodalomban korábban feltárt individuális és szituatív tényezők hatásmechanizmusát.

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