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on self-efficacy, or the belief in one’s ability to perform specific behaviors relative to specific performance outcomes. 10 Possessing knowledge and skills related to performing a task is important, but some degree of self-efficacy, or the belief

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Introduction Self-efficacy is defined as an individual’s level of confidence to exert control over their own behavior and, in the context of research skills, is often measured to understand what factors influence how trainees perceive their

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motivated to pursue an academic career, postgraduate veterinarians would likely need confidence and belief in their ability to succeed in such tasks. This is the concept of self-efficacy, which was formally described by Bandura 12 in 1977 as a personal

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Introduction An integral component of the Sydney School of Veterinary Science’s revised postgraduate curricular design is the incorporation of student-centered learning activities that foster the development of learner self-efficacy. An

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concepts known as constructs) are assumed to influence health-related behavior. 27 Constructs of the HBM include perceived susceptibility and severity, benefits and barriers, and self-efficacy and cues to action. The overall premise of the HBM is that

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particular proposes that individual personal traits and environmental factors interact to form learning experiences, which then determine the perceived confidence in one's ability to perform career-related tasks (self-efficacy) and the types of outcomes one

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learning activities that increase student engagement and skills-learning self-efficacy, including an introduction to surgical theory that governs competent skill performance, an online resource that contains a demonstration video of a benchmark skill

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appreciated, there will be an overall feeling of team satisfaction. There is a direct association between a sense of team efficacy and self-efficacy in the health-care setting. In other words, when the team feels that it is capable of accomplishing a task

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debt management topics among the required courses in their curricula, as many schools have already done. 15 Indeed, research has shown an association between financial self-efficacy and lower ratings of stress from student loan debt among graduate

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principle of self-efficacy 24 and the Ajzen principle of perceived behavioral control. 25 The goal of behavioral confidence is visualization of the behavior change in the future rather than the present. Furthermore, this construct acknowledges that

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