Self-efficacy expectations with regard to different tasks in smoking cessation

@article{Dijkstra2000SelfefficacyEW,
  title={Self-efficacy expectations with regard to different tasks in smoking cessation},
  author={Arie Dijkstra and Hein de Vries},
  journal={Psychology \& Health},
  year={2000},
  volume={15},
  pages={501 - 511}
}
Abstract Self-efficacy expectations are important psychological determinants of smoking cessation. The present study aimed at exploring different sorts of self-efficacy. The following self-efficacy scales were composed: Emotional self-efficacy, Social self-efficacy, Skill self-efficacy, Relapse self-efficacy and Try self-efficacy. In a sample of 752 smokers with low motivation to quit, two subsequent self-report measurements of self-efficacy were conducted. Firstly, we investigated to what… 

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