Main and Interactive Effects 0 Running head: MAIN AND INTERACTIVE EFFECTS Main and Interactive Effects of Controllability and Generalisability Attributions upon Self- efficacy

@inproceedings{Coffee2008MainAI,
  title={Main and Interactive Effects 0 Running head: MAIN AND INTERACTIVE EFFECTS Main and Interactive Effects of Controllability and Generalisability Attributions upon Self- efficacy},
  author={Pete Coffee and Tim Rees},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Objectives This study examined main effects of controllability and interactive effects of controllability and generalisability attributions upon self-efficacy. Design A cross-sectional study design was employed with pre-competition self-efficacy assessed at least one week prior to attributions and subsequent self-efficacy. Method Participants ( N =360; mean age 21.64, SD=6.96 years) completed measures of pre-competition self-efficacy (1 h prior to competition 1), attributions (1 h… CONTINUE READING

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