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Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Academic Settings
The purpose of this article is to examine the contribution made by the self-efficacy component of Bandura’s (1986) social cognitive theory to the study of self-regulation and motivation in academicExpand
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SELF-EFFICACY BELIEFS, MOTIVATION, AND ACHIEVEMENT IN WRITING: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
The purpose of this article is to examine the contribution made by the self-efficacy component of A. Bandura's (1986) social cognitive theory to the study of writing in academic settings. A briefExpand
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Role of self-efficacy and self-concept beliefs in mathematical problem solving: A path analysis.
Path analysis was used to test the predictive and mediational role of self-efficacy beliefs in mathematical problem solving. Results revealed that math self-efficacy was more predictive of problemExpand
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Sources of Self-Efficacy in School: Critical Review of the Literature and Future Directions
The purpose of this review was threefold. First, the theorized sources of self-efficacy beliefs proposed by A. Bandura (1986) are described and explained, including how they are typically assessedExpand
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Sources of science self‐efficacy beliefs of middle school students
The purpose of this study was to investigate the degree to which A. Bandura's (1997) hypothesized sources of self-efficacy predict the science self-efficacy beliefs of middle school students (N ¼Expand
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Gender and Perceived Self-Efficacy in Self-Regulated Learning
efficacy beliefs and self-regulatory practices when he developed a social cognitive theory of human functioning. According to this theory, individuals are self-organizing, proactive, andExpand
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The development of academic self-efficacy.
Publisher Summary This chapter describes the development of academic self-efficacy. This chapter focuses on the development of one type of motivational process: perceived self-efficacy. Self-efficacyExpand
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Sources of self-efficacy in mathematics: A validation study
Abstract The purpose of this study was to develop and validate items with which to assess A. Bandura’s (1997) theorized sources of self-efficacy among middle school mathematics students. Results fromExpand
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SELF-EFFICACY DURING CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE Implications for Teachers and Parents
I begin this chapter with an assumption I hope readers will find reasonable. The assumption is that the beliefs that young people hold about their capability to succeed in their endeavors are vitalExpand
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Sources of academic and self-regulatory efficacy beliefs of entering middle school students
Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of Bandura’s (1997) hypothesized sources of self-efficacy on the academic and self-regulatory efficacy beliefs of entering middleExpand
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