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Teoría de la auto-eficacia (A. Bandura): Un basamento para el proceso instruccional.

@inproceedings{Busot1997TeoraDL,
  title={Teor{\'i}a de la auto-eficacia (A. Bandura): Un basamento para el proceso instruccional.},
  author={Ivonne Busot},
  year={1997}
}
Se presenta una explicacion actualizada de la Teoria de la Auto-eficacia expuesta por primera vez por Albert Bandura en 1977, la cual define las expectativas de eficacia como las creencias que la persona tiene sobre sus capacidades en una situacion especifica para realizar determinadas acciones que le permitan lograr un cierto nivel de ejecucion. Se esclarecen los procesos principales en los que influye la auto-eficacia, regulando y determinando como la persona piensa, siente, se motiva y se… 
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