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SELF-EFFICACY: THE EXERCISE OF CONTROL

Albert Bandura

An outline composed by Gio Valiante
Emory University

CHAPTER 4 - MEDIATING PROCESSES

Self-efficacy beliefs produce their effects through cognitive, motivational, affective, and selective processes. These proccesses "usually operate in concert rather than on their own" (116).

COGNITIVE PROCESSES (116)

Efficacy beliefs affect thought processes that can enhance or undermine performance, and take various forms:

MOTIVATIONAL PROCESSES (122)

AFFECTIVE PROCESSES (137))

SELECTION PROCESSES (160)


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