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Self-Control,Self-Efficacy - September 6th, 2010

Self-Control
  • Self-discipline that allows a person to learn to perform a behavior even though there is no external pressure to do so.

  • Conditions indicating a person is using self-control:

  • Individual is engaging in a low-probability behavior

  • Self-reinforcers are available to the learner

  • The learner sets goals that determine when self-reinforcement takes place

  • The learner administers reinforcers when the goal is achieved


Self-Efficacy
  • A person’s belief about his or her ability to perform a particular behavior successfully.

  • Not the same as self-esteem

  • Self-efficacy affects learning in three ways:

  • The activities and goals that individuals choose for themselves

  • The effort that individuals exert

  • The persistence with which a person tries to master new and sometimes difficult tasks

  • Four sources of self-efficacy:


Past performance

Vicarious experience or observation of others

Verbal persuasion

Individuals’ readings of their internal physiological states
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