|Article title||SELF-EFFICACY AS A PREDICTOR OF EFFICIENT AND SAFE PERSONAL BEHAVIOR|
|Section||SECTION IV. INTEGRATED SAFETY OF HUMAN-DIMENSION SYSTEMS|
|Month, Year||04, 2012 @en|
|Abstract||Different theoretical approaches to the studies of self-efficacy concept are considered in this article. The main questions of A. Bandura’s self-efficacy theory and self-efficacy related theories are examined. The novelty of this study is that concept of self-efficacy is presented as important personal trait, which is necessary for successful coping with difficult life situations. Theoretical status of concept of self-efficacy was discussed. Positive aspects of its influence on personal effective behavior, successful coping with difficult life situation, and safety behavior have been reflected.|
|Keywords||Self-efficacy; intrinsic motivation; difficult life situation; efficacy expectation; efficacy motivation; self-regulation; coping; locus of control.|
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