Dispositional self-efficacy as a personal resource factor in coping after surgery

@inproceedings{Schwarzer2004DispositionalSA,
  title={Dispositional self-efficacy as a personal resource factor in coping after surgery},
  author={Ralf Schwarzer and Sonja Boehmer and Aleksandra Luszczynska and Nihal Elamin Mohamed and Nina Knoll},
  year={2004}
}
Perceived general self-efficacy may serve as a dispositional coping resource factor in times of stress. Over a time period of 11 months, self-efficacy was studied as a predictor of four coping strategies: planning, humour, acceptance, and accommodation. Participants were 130 men and women who had undergone tumour surgery. They provided data at 1, 6 and 12 months after surgery. In the context of this stress episode, coping turned out to vary in terms of general self-efficacy levels and in terms… CONTINUE READING

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