Testing the self-efficacy-performance linkage of social-cognitive theory.

@article{Harrison1997TestingTS,
  title={Testing the self-efficacy-performance linkage of social-cognitive theory.},
  author={Allison W. Harrison and R. Kelly Rainer and Wayne Hochwarter and Kenneth R. Thompson},
  journal={The Journal of social psychology},
  year={1997},
  volume={137 1},
  pages={79-87}
}
Past empirical research examining the relationship of self-efficacy perceptions and performance has had several limitations. Most studies were performed in the laboratory with tasks not directly related to individual work performance. As a consequence, many findings are not generalizable to individual work performance. This study tested the self-efficacy-performance model found in Bandura's social-cognitive theory in a work setting, with a sample of 776 American university employees, and with… CONTINUE READING

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