Gender and Perceived Self-Efficacy in Self-Regulated Learning

@article{Pajares2002GenderAP,
  title={Gender and Perceived Self-Efficacy in Self-Regulated Learning},
  author={Frank M. Pajares},
  journal={Theory Into Practice},
  year={2002},
  volume={41},
  pages={116 - 125}
}
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, and self-regulating rather than reactive and shaped by external events. They also create and develop self-efficacy beliefs that become instrumental to the goals they pursue and to the control they are able to exercise over their environments. 
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