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the power or capacity to produce a desired result

Synonyms for efficacy

capacity or power to produce a desired effect

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Individuals' beliefs in their efficacy impact their energetic attempt and determination to achieve anticipated objectives.
The pleasures of success: Game-related efficacy experiences as a mediator between player performance and game enjoyment.
However, individuals new to a task often rely on the appraisal of others, as opposed to their own evaluation, to help determine self- efficacy (Usher & Pajares, 2008).
Perceived Efficacy in Patient-Physician Interaction Questionnaire (PEPPI).
A Study on the Correlation Between Self Efficacy and Foreign Language Learning Anxiety.
In order to measure self-efficacy of dengue patients General Self Efficacy Scale, and Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS) was used to assess depression, anxiety and stress of dengue patients.
This study examined the influence of three simulation preparation methods (expert modeling/intervention, voice-over PowerPoint/active control, and reading assignments/passive control) on improving novice nurses' competence and self- efficacy for providing care to multiple simulated patients.
Job search self-efficacy is a specific efficacy that is concerned with activities involved in seeking employment.
To Idrus and Salleh (UD), "low efficacy beliefs are characterized by low aspiration and weak commitment to goals and individuals with low efficacy beliefs are more likely to become frustrated when they encounter difficult challenges, and see these challenges as personal threats to be avoided rather than challenges to be mastered.
Efficacy of a planned behavior model: Beliefs that contribute to computer usage intentions of student teachers and experienced teachers.
The study explored the performance patterns of small groups that exhibited a group efficacy 1) increase, 2) decrease or 3) an initial decrease followed by an increase.
Besides, vicarious experience, or modeling, refers to the positive influences to efficacy beliefs of observing how other people succeed [7].
People with efficacy beliefs can organize their behavior to accomplish the different tasks in a given situation (Bandura, 1977).
Conclusions: Most schools are involving parents in school-based activities in a variety of ways but the evidence shows that there is little, if any on parental efficacy and subsequent learning and achievement of preschool children.
Teachers' Sense of Efficacy Beliefs scale (Moran and Hoy, 2001) was administered.