Journal Article
Relying on PISA 2003 data, the study investigated students’ anxiety, motivation, selfefficacy, and selfconcept on learning mathematics. The analysis was carried out over large amount of data, collected from 272138 students who were 1516 years of age, coming from 41 countries. Twostage stratified sampling strategy provided the sample for the analysis. Findings showed that
 boys have significantly higher mathematical selfefficacy, selfconcept, motivation and lower mathematics anxiety than girls,
 students with higher socioeconomic status have higher selfefficacy, selfconcept and motivation whereas students with the highest mathematics anxiety are in medium socioeconomic level, and
 selfefficacy, selfconcept, motivation and anxiety differ significantly with respect to geographical regions.
Keywords: PISA 2003, Mathematics Education, Anxiety, SelfConcept, SelfEfficacy, Motivation
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Cite as:  Kahveci M & Imamoglu Y. (2014). Reanalysis of PISA 2003 data about students’ mathematics anxiety, selfefficacy, and motivation. Journal of Research in Education and Society, 1(1), 122. 
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