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Self-Efficacy: A Theoretical Analysis of Its Determinants and Malleability
The construct of self-efficacy has received increasing empirical attention in the organizational behavior literature. People who think they can perform well on a task do better than those who thinkExpand
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Self-Efficacy: Implications for Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
Self-efficacy (one's belief in one's capability to perform a task) affects task effort, persistence, expressed interest, and the level of goal difficulty selected for performance. Despite this, lit...
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EFFECTS OF ALTERNATIVE TRAINING METHODS ON SELF-EFFICACY AND PERFORMANCE IN COMPUTER SOFTWARE TRAINING
Comparaison des differentes methodes d'entrainement a l'efficacite personnelle et a la maitrise d'un programme logiciel informatise, dnas le cadre d'une experience reelle impliquant 108 dirigeantsExpand
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THE INFLUENCE OF TRAINING METHOD ON SELF‐EFFICACY AND IDEA GENERATION AMONG MANAGERS
This field experiment examined the influence of two training methods on self-efficacy and performance during training for innovative problem solving. A training method composed of cognitive modelingExpand
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EFFECTS OF SELF‐EFFICACY AND POST‐TRAINING INTERVENTION ON THE ACQUISITION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPLEX INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
This study examined the effects of self-efficacy and a two-stage training process on the acquisition and maintenance (i.e., retention) of complex interpersonal skills. In stage one, all participantsExpand
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EFFECTS OF SELF‐EFFICACY and GOAL‐ORIENTATION TRAINING ON NEGOTIATION SKILL MAINTENANCE: WHAT ARE THE MECHANISMS?
In a replication and extension of Gist, Stevens, and Bavetta (1991), we examined the effects of self-efficacy and a performance- versus a mastery-oriented post-training session on trainees'Expand
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TRANSFER TRAINING METHOD: ITS INFLUENCE ON SKILL GENERALIZATION, SKILL REPETITION, AND PERFORMANCE LEVEL
This study contrasted goal setting and self-management training designs for their effectiveness in facilitating transfer of training to a novel task. Behavioral measures of performance were used toExpand
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Responses to Successful and Unsuccessful Performance: The Moderating Effect of Self-Efficacy on the Relationship between Performance and Attributions
This paper reports on two experiments which explore how individuals with high and low self-efficacy differ in the way they interpret performance feedback and make causal attributions to sustain theirExpand
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Type A behavior and faculty research productivity: What are the mechanisms?
Abstract This study investigated the relationship between Type A behavior and the research productivity of university faculty. The research also examined the roles played by various Type A subfactorsExpand
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Gender differences in the acquisition of salary negotiation skills: the role of goals, self-efficacy, and perceived control.
The authors examined the effectiveness of different training programs in men's and women's acquisition of salary negotiation skills. MBA students received a 2-stage training program that providedExpand
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