Miscalibration of self-efficacy and academic performance: Self-efficacy ≠ self-fulfilling prophecy

@article{Talsma2019MiscalibrationOS,
  title={Miscalibration of self-efficacy and academic performance: Self-efficacy ≠ self-fulfilling prophecy},
  author={Kate Talsma and Benjamin Sch{\"u}z and Kimberley Norris},
  journal={Learning and Individual Differences},
  year={2019}
}

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