Self-efficacy and functional status in schizophrenia: relationship to insight, cognition and negative symptoms.

@article{Kurtz2013SelfefficacyAF,
  title={Self-efficacy and functional status in schizophrenia: relationship to insight, cognition and negative symptoms.},
  author={Matthew Kurtz and Rachel H Olfson and Jennifer T Rose},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  year={2013},
  volume={145 1-3},
  pages={69-74}
}
Self-efficacy, defined as the confidence one has in the ability to perform a behavior or specific task, has been introduced as a crucial motivational factor for successfully carrying out social and everyday living skills (Bandura, 1977, 1997). Few studies have assessed its role in functioning in schizophrenia. The current study was designed to investigate whether degree of illness insight determined whether self-efficacy was a mediator of the relationship between two key illness features… CONTINUE READING
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