A Comparison of Two Approaches of Symbolic Modeling and Self-Efficacy

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Universal-Publishers, 1999 - Education - 136 pages
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Rationale
7
Definition of Terms
8
Delimitations
9
REVIEW OF RELATED RESEARCH
10
Relationship Between SelfEfficacy and Performance
22
Relationship Between Video and Written Experiences
34
SAMPLE INSTRUMENTS AND PROCEDURES
49
Limitations
63
RESULTS
67
SUMMARY CONCLUSIONS IMPLICATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
71
Conclusions
72
Implications
76
Recommendations
77
REFERENCES
82
Reflecting Skills Questionnaire
97

Research Design
50
Reflecting Skills Modeling
52
Data Collection Procedures
53
Data Analysis
54
Pilot Studies
55
Second Pilot
56
Participants
58
Reflecting Skills Questionnaire
61
Implementation of levels of understanding to questions concerning counseling microskills
102
Administration Instructions
104
Signup Sheet and Consent Form Pilot 1
107
Signup Sheet and Consent Form Pilot 2
110
Information about Reflecting Skills
113
Standardized Procedures
120
Signup Sheet and Consent Form
123
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