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Effect of Task Related Self-Efficacy on Performance and Self-Evaluation

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Jasmine Langley

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Zach Simmons

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The present study utilized an experimental design to test whether experiential or vicarious self-efficacy experiences had different influences on a subsequent task (unscrambling anagrams). Though no differences emerged, positive correlations were observed between self-efficacy, task performance, and self-evaluation while depression was found to have negative relationships with these variables.

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Effect of Task Related Self-Efficacy on Performance and Self-Evaluation

The present study utilized an experimental design to test whether experiential or vicarious self-efficacy experiences had different influences on a subsequent task (unscrambling anagrams). Though no differences emerged, positive correlations were observed between self-efficacy, task performance, and self-evaluation while depression was found to have negative relationships with these variables.