Relationships Among Feedback Sign, Self-Efficacy, and Acceptance of Performance Feedback

@inproceedings{Nease1999RelationshipsAF,
  title={Relationships Among Feedback Sign, Self-Efficacy, and Acceptance of Performance Feedback},
  author={AnJanette Agnew Nease and Brad O. Mudgett and Miguel A. Quińones},
  year={1999}
}
The researchers investigated the moderating role of self-efficacy on feedback acceptance. High-self-efficacy individuals who received repeated negative performance feedback exhibited decreased acceptance of the feedback, whereas those with low self-efficacy did not change in their acceptance. Feedback sign and feedback acceptance also had interactive effects on future self-efficacy. Those with high acceptance of positive and negative feedback after repeated trials exhibited self-efficacy levels… CONTINUE READING

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