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SELF-EFFICACY: THE EXERCISE OF CONTROL

Albert Bandura

An outline composed by Gio Valiante
Emory University

CHAPTER 9 - ATHLETIC FUNCTIONING

Success in athletic competition requires more than physical skills.

Cognitive Phase of Skill Development (371)

Making the Unobservable Informatively Observable (373)

Cognitive Enactment (visualization)

Impact of Model Attributes on Self-Efficacy and Performance (379)

Self-efficacy's Contribution to Acquisition of Motor Skills (380)

Self-Regulation of Athletic Performance (383)

Cognitive Aspects of Athletic Ability

Efficacy Beliefs in Performance Regulation by Goal Challenges (386)

Perceived Efficacy in Management of Competitive Stress and High Risks (388)

Thought Control Efficacy in Managing Stressors, Failures, and Slumps (391)

Self-Management of Pain and Recovery from Injury (393)

Self-Efficacy enhancement of Athletic Performance (394)

Efficacy Belief in Transcendent Attainments (396)

Coaching Influences on Development and Maintenance of Self-Efficacy (397)

Collective Efficacy and System Interdependence (403)

Preparatory Efficacy versus Performance Efficacy (405)


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