Self-efficacy beliefs of university students: an empirical study on the specificity of the construct
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Blanco Blanco, Ángeles
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2010

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This study tested two propositions of the Social Cognitive Theory in an academic setting: a) Self-efficacy is a domain- specific competence belief; b) Domain-specific selfefficacy is related, but distinct from, other self-evaluation constructs. Participants (272 Spanish university students) completed measures of general self-efficacy, academic self-efficacy, statistics self-efficacy and attitudes towards statistics (cognitive and affective components). Principal Components Analyses and Confirmatory Factorial Analyses were performed, among other procedures. Taken as a whole, results support the propositions tested.

    Blanco Blanco, Ángeles. Self-efficacy beliefs of university students: an empirical study on the specificity of the construct. RELIEVE - E-Journal of Educational Research, Assessment and Evaluation; Vol 16, No 1 (2010).
https://ojs.uv.es/index.php/RELIEVE/article/view/4149
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