Sources of Mathematics Self‐Efficacy in High School Students

@inproceedings{Lopez1992SourcesOM,
  title={Sources of Mathematics Self‐Efficacy in High School Students},
  author={Frederick G. Lopez and Robert W. Lent},
  year={1992}
}
The relation of four hypothesized sources of self-efficacy information to high school students' math self-efficacy was explored. Results indicated that (a) of the hypothesized sources, prior performance was the most efficient predictor of self-efficacy; (b) global academic self-concept did not explain unique self-efficacy variation beyond prior performance; and (c) the effect of self-efficacy on the perceived utility of math to future life and work plans was mediated by students' math/science… CONTINUE READING

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