Role of Self-Efficacy and Task-Value in Predicting College Students' Course Performance and Future Enrollment Intentions.

  title={Role of Self-Efficacy and Task-Value in Predicting College Students' Course Performance and Future Enrollment Intentions.},
  author={Mimi Bong},
  journal={Contemporary educational psychology},
  volume={26 4},
  • M. Bong
  • Published 1 October 2001
  • Psychology
  • Contemporary educational psychology
Predictive utility of self-efficacy and task-value beliefs was compared among 168 Korean female college students. The study assessed the constructs longitudinally and attempted consolidation of self-efficacy and expectancy-value theories. Self-efficacy perceptions were assessed at varying levels of measurement specificity. Exploratory factor analyses showed that self-efficacy items were reliably differentiated into separate factors of a priori specificity. These self-efficacy factors were… 

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