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Career Counselling and Guidance in the Workplace: A Manual for Career ... - Page 200
by Melinde Coetzee, H. Roythorne-Jacobs - 2007 - 216 pages
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Reconstructing the Psychological Subject: Bodies, Practices, and Technologies

Betty M Bayer, John Shotter - Psychology - 1998 - 234 pages
...example, that "Perceived self-efficacy" is concerned with "beliefs in one's capabilities to mobilize the motivation, cognitive resources, and courses of action needed to meet given situational demands." The fact that a definition is given in more or less comprehensible terms has...
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Women in Management: Current Research Issues, Volume 2

Marilyn J Davidson, Ronald J Burke - Business & Economics - 2000 - 309 pages
...differences were found. Self-efficacy describes an individual's belief in his or her capability to mobilize the motivation, cognitive resources and courses of action needed to meet given situational demands; to perform a certain task, to control events and achieve goals. Individuals with...
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Handbook of Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Walter C. Borman, Daniel R. Ilgen, Richard J. Klimoski - Psychology - 2003 - 672 pages
...cognitive theory and defined by Wood and Bandura (1989) as "beliefs in one's capabilities to mobilize the motivation, cognitive resources, and courses of action needed to meet given situational demands" (p. 408). Most of the research on self-efficacy has focused on one of two things:...
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Personal Effectiveness: A Guide to Action

Diana Winstanley - Management - 2005 - 237 pages
...this area is Bandura (see Bandura 1977a, 1977b, 1986). Bandura suggests that self-efficacy relates to 'beliefs in one's capabilities to mobilise the motivation,...resources and courses of action needed to meet given situational demands'. Self-efficacy in learning is belief in our ability to leam and produce the desired...
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Me, Myself, and i - Self-Evaluations as a Predictor for Expatriate Success ...

...capability to perform a specific task. It is defined as "beliefs in one's capabilities to mobilize the motivation, cognitive resources, and courses of action needed to meet given situational demands" (Wood & Bandura, 1989, p. 408). Self-efficacy arises from the gradual acquisition...
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