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Validation of a New General Self-Efficacy Scale
Researchers have suggested that general self-efficacy (GSE) can substantially contribute to organizational theory, research, and practice. Unfortunately, the limited construct validity work conducted
A meta-analysis of team-efficacy, potency, and performance: interdependence and level of analysis as moderators of observed relationships.
Meta-analytic techniques were used to examine level of analysis and interdependence as moderators of observed relationships between task-specific team-efficacy, generalized potency, and performance and demonstrated that relationships are moderated bylevel of analysis.
Relationships of goal orientation, metacognitive activity, and practice strategies with learning outcomes and transfer
A model of learning transfer that focused on the active role of the learner was developed and tested within a complex decision-making task. The study examined how individual differences, learning
Role of goal orientation, ability, need for achievement, and locus of control in the self-efficacy and goal--setting process.
This study integrates ability, goal setting, self-efficacy, and multiple personality traits into a common framework that explains and predicts individual performance. A mediational model was tested
Effects of Training Goals and Goal Orientation Traits on Multidimensional Training Outcomes and Performance Adaptability.
Self-efficacy and knowledge structure coherence made unique contributions to the prediction of performance adaptability after controlling for prior training performance and declarative knowledge.
Examination of relationships among trait-like individual differences, state-like individual differences, and learning performance.
Two field studies in an academic setting tested a model of relationships among trait-like individual differences (cognitive ability, general self-efficacy, and goal orientation), state-likeindividual differences (state anxiety, task-specific self-efficiency, and goals), and learning performance.
A Meta-Analysis of Cohesion and Performance
This study extends previous work reviewing the cohesion-performance relationship by using meta-analytic techniques to assess the effects of level of analysis and task interdependence on the
General self-efficacy and self-esteem: toward theoretical and empirical distinction between correlated self-evaluations
To test whether general self-efficacy and self-esteem relate differently to motivational and affective constructs, we collected data from samples in academic and work settings. Results suggest that
The interactive effect of leader-member exchange and communication frequency on performance ratings.
It is found that LMX was more strongly related to job-performance ratings among individuals reporting frequent communication with the supervisor than among those reporting infrequent communication.