Relationship of goal setting, self-efficacy, and self-evaluation in dysphoric and socially anxious women

@article{Doerfler2005RelationshipOG,
  title={Relationship of goal setting, self-efficacy, and self-evaluation in dysphoric and socially anxious women},
  author={Leonard A. Doerfler and Jacky Aron},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={725-738}
}
This study examined the relation between goal setting and self-efficacy and self-evaluation of interpersonal performance. Twelve dysphoric, 12 socially anxious, and 12 normal undergraduate women participated in videotaped interactions with normal female partners. Measures of goal setting and self-efficacy were obtained prior to the interactions and each member of the dyad evaluated her performance, as well as her partner's performance, immediately after the interaction. Objective observers also… CONTINUE READING

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