Albert Bandura Social Foundations Of Thought And Action 1986 Pdf

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Overcoming barriers to exercise among parents: A social cognitive theory perspective

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Academic self-efficacy: from educational theory to instructional practice

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Often described as task-specific self-confidence, self-efficacy has been a key component in theories of motivation and learning in varied contexts. This article is not a systematic review of the empirical research on self-efficacy; instead, its purpose is to describe the nature and structure of self-efficacy and provide a brief overview of several instructional implications for medical education. During the last decade, research on student self-efficacy has received increasing attention in the area of academic motivation and achievement [ 4 — 7 ]. The purpose of this article is to describe the nature and structure of self-efficacy, a key component of social-cognitive theory, and to provide a brief overview of several potential instructional implications for medical education. In his influential book on the topic, Bandura [ 9 ] summarized the importance of self-efficacy in the following way:. Among the mechanisms of agency, none is more central or pervasive than beliefs of personal efficacy.

Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 13 2 , , Organizational behavior and human decision processes 50 2 , , Self-efficacy beliefs of adolescents 5 1 , , Journal of personality and social psychology 41 3 , , American educational research journal 29 3 , , Personality and social psychology review 3 3 , , Self-efficacy: toward a unifying theory of behavioral change.

Social Foundations of Thought and Action: A Social Cognitive Theory

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Parents face numerous barriers to exercise and exhibit high levels of inactivity. Examining theory-based determinants of exercise among parents may inform interventions for this population. The purpose of this study was to test a social-cognitive model of parental exercise participation over a month period. Panel analyses were used to test the hypothesized relationships. Prioritization and planning also mediated the relationship between perceived barriers and exercise.

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