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SELF-EFFICACY DURING CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE Implications for Teachers and Parents

@inproceedings{Pajares2003SELFEFFICACYDC,
  title={SELF-EFFICACY DURING CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE Implications for Teachers and Parents},
  author={Frank M. Pajares},
  year={2003}
}
I begin this chapter with an assumption I hope readers will find reasonable. The assumption is that the beliefs that young people hold about their capability to succeed in their endeavors are vital forces in the subsequent successes or failures they attain in these endeavors. These self-efficacy beliefs provide the foundation for motivation, well-being, and personal accomplishment in all areas of life. This is because unless young people believe that their actions can produce the results they… Expand
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