Self-efficacy and academic performance

@inproceedings{Lane2001SelfefficacyAA,
  title={Self-efficacy and academic performance},
  author={John Lane and Andrew M Lane},
  year={2001}
}
The aim in the present study was to examine the predictive effectiveness of self-efficacy in an academic setting. Seventy-six postgraduate students completed a questionnaire to assess efficacy expectations toward competencies perceived to underpin performance on the course. As there was a 13-week difference in time between completing the self-efficacy questionnaire and completing the performance criterion, it was considered important to assess the stability of self-efficacy measures. To this… CONTINUE READING

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