Albert Bandura
Stanford University
Observational learningSelf-efficacyReciprocal determinismAlternative five model of personalityHierarchical structure of the Big FiveSocial cognitive theoryBig Five personality traits and cultureSocial learning theoryPsychologyConscientiousness16PF QuestionnaireHostilityPersuasionExplicationBig Five personality traitsPhobic disorderExpectancy-value theoryPsychotherapistCoping (psychology)Social psychology
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#1Alexander D. Stajkovic (UW: University of Wisconsin-Madison)H-Index: 17
#2Albert Bandura (Stanford University)H-Index: 6
Last. Kayla Sergent (UW: University of Wisconsin-Madison)H-Index: 2
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Abstract The Big Five personality traits and self-efficacy independently relate to a multitude of outcomes across domains of functioning. Yet, only a small number of studies examined these variables together as part of the same conceptual model, and findings are mixed. We revisit their joint relationships, and test three conceptual models of influence on academic performance of college students over a semester. Because of the key role college graduates will play in society, many have a stake in ...
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#1Elissa S. Epel (Yale University)H-Index: 98
#2Albert Bandura (Stanford University)H-Index: 6
Last. Philip G. Zimbardo (Stanford University)H-Index: 58
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This study explored whether self-efficacy and time perspective of homeless adults (N = 82) living in a shelter affected their coping strategies related to obtaining housing and employment. Participants with high self-efficacy searched more for housing and employment and stayed at the shelter for a shorter duration, whereas participants with low selfefficacy were more likely to request an extension of their stay at the shelter. Those high on future orientation had shorter durations of homelessnes...
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#1Albert Bandura (Stanford University)H-Index: 6
Albert Bandura and the Exercise of Self-Efficacy Self-Efficacy: The Exercise of Control Albert Bandura. New York: W. H. Freeman ( 1997, 604 pp., $46.00 (hardcover). Enter the term "self-efficacy" in the on-line PSYCLIT database and you will find over 2500 articles, all of which stem from the seminal contributions of Albert Bandura. It is difficult to do justice to the immense importance of this research for our theories, our practice, and indeed for human welfare. Self-efficac...
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#1Albert Bandura (Stanford University)H-Index: 6
#1Albert Bandura (Stanford University)H-Index: 6
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#1Albert Bandura (Stanford University)H-Index: 6
#2David H. LipsherH-Index: 1
Last. Paula E. MillerH-Index: 1
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