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Background/Objectives: This study was attempted to grasp the relationship between interpersonal relations, learning motivation, and learning satisfaction of nursing students Methods/Statistical analysis: From November 12 to December 5, 2018, data were collected from college B nursing college students through convenience sampling. The collected 172 data were analyzed with the SPSS 18.0.
Findings:As a result of analyzing the degree of interpersonal relations, learning motivation, and learning satisfaction, interpersonal relations was 3.79 points out of 5, learning motivation was 3.69 points on average, and learning satisfaction was 4.05 on average. As a result of analyzing differences in interpersonal relationships, learning motivation, and learning satisfaction according to general characteristics, gender (t=-2.821, p=.011), religion (F=3.092, p=.029), and question (t=-2.176, p=.031) in interpersonal relationships, and learning motivation was different in questions (t=-2.568, p=.011). There was no statistically significant difference in learning satisfaction.The analysis result of the correlation between nursing student's interpersonal relations, learning motivation and learning satisfaction is positive correlation with interpersonal relationship and learning motivation (r = .371, p <.01), positive correlation with interpersonal relations and learning satisfaction (r = .221, p <.01), and learning motivation and learning satisfaction were found to have a very positive correlation (r = .629, p <.01).
Improvements/Applications:Therefore, there are needed in order to increase learning satisfaction, strategies to improve learner interpersonal relationships and learning motivation.