Practice Habits Among Collegiate Music Majors: Relationships with Everyday Self-Regulatory Behaviors
This study examined self-regulatory behaviors among collegiate musicians. In the fall of 2022, a total of 73 participants from a large midwestern university responded to an online questionnaire soliciting information regarding self-regulatory behaviors both in and outside of the classroom. Items were adapted from the Carey, Neal and Collins Short Self-Regulation Questionnaire (2004). Findings support previous research suggesting a strong, positive relationship between everyday self-regulatory behaviors and those demonstrated in the practice room. Implications include a discussion on the possibility of transferring self-regulation strategies from one domain to the other.
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Stricker, Lydia, "Practice Habits Among Collegiate Music Majors: Relationships with Everyday Self-Regulatory Behaviors" (2022). Honors Projects. 831.