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-intrusive methods for measuring progress are needed. One viable avenue is provided by surveys based on the construct of self-efficacy ( Bandura 1977 :3). When concise enough, such surveys can be administered as part of the day-to-day activities of a student

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aroused, after drinking or drug use, or when feeling bored or sad). Coping with tempting situations could be influenced, in part, by one’s self-efficacy or self-confidence to avoid using pornography in such situations. Self-efficacy ( Bandura, 1977

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584 . R. Schwarzer M. Jerusalem 1995 Generalized Self-Efficacy scale J

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controlling blood pressure and reducing renal complications [ 11, 12 ]. Psychological characteristics can also be effective in controlling the complications of the disease, one of which is psychological self-efficacy. Treatment of vascular risk factors

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( Hanna & Brown, 1995 ). However, whether the parents of the youths have sufficient self-efficacy to practice the skills learned from these prevention and intervention programs is important to successfully execute the management plan for the children’s and

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, M.N. (2013). Risk-taking and decision-making in youth: Relationships to addiction vulnerability. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 2 (1), 1–9. Bandura, A. (1997). Self-efficacy: The exercise of control. New York: Plenum

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References Albin , J. 2012 . Competencia y autoeficacia: Estudio de los factores afectivos en el traductor [Competence and self-efficacy: A study of

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-management and compliance with treatment, which in turn lead to serious problems [ 14 – 18 ]. One of these psychological traits is self-efficacy. The treatment of vascular risk factors requires a change in the behavior and compliance with long-term medical

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of this construct. Moreover, this study endeavors to provide a more nuanced picture of psychological difficulties associated with celebrity worship by broadening the scope of investigation to maladaptive daydreaming, desire for fame, and self-efficacy

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. , Tucker , C. M. , Herman , K. C. ( 2007 ): Health value, perceived social support, and health self-efficacy as factors in a health-promoting lifestyle . Journal of American College Health , 56 , 69 – 74 . 11

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