Learner autonomy is a shift from teacher-centered learning to learner-centered learning. This shift has some implications for learning activities and learning strategies. At the same time, a wide variety of factors may affect both learner autonomy and language learning strategies. This book focuses on motivation and attitude. It is an investigation into the relationship between these two factors and learner autonomy as well as the effect of motivation and attitude level on the choice of language learning strategies. Apart from a theoretical review, empirical analyses are done and the results are presented in both tabular and graphical forms along with the implications they may have for teachers, learners, and other stake-holders.