Relationship between Cognitive Flexibility, Subjective Vitality and Levels of Physical Activity among Undergraduate Students Attending Online Classes
Keywords:Online Classes, Cognitive Flexibility, Subjective Vitality, Levels of Physical Activity, Undergraduate Students
AbstractBackground: In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the bulk of learning was conducted online. Cognitive flexibility (CF), subjective vitality (SV), and physical activity are necessary for producing alternate solutions to challenging situations, for having the energy and enthusiasm to perform better and enjoy life. This study explored the relationship between CF, SV, and levels of physical activity among undergraduates, which is essential to assess student performance better and execute online learning. Method: 260 undergraduate students attending online classes between the age of 18 to 24 were recruited for the study. Google forms which consisted of CFI, SVS and IPAQ-SF7 were used to collect data. Kruskal-Wallis test and regression analysis were used to analyse the information obtained. Results: There was no significant relationship between CF, SV and levels of physical activity. It was found that CF predicts SV. CF and SV did not differ significantly among undergraduates attending online classes for different amounts of time. Conclusion: The study indicated that CF could predict SV among undergraduates. To effectively manage online learning and provide students with techniques for strengthening their adaptative capacities, factors contributing to CF must be assessed and explored.
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