The first concept that will be applied to the case study is self

The first concept that will be applied to the case study is self

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The first concept that will be applied to the case study is self-efficacy. Self-efficacy lies at the heart of Bandura’s social learning theory. Social learning theory focuses on the learning that occurs within a social context. Self-efficacy holds that people are more likely to engage in behavior when they believe they are capable of executing those behaviors successfully. This means that they have high self-efficacy. Self-efficacy affects behaviors in numerous ways, such as joy of activities and effort and persistence. Individuals with high self-efficacy will choose acts they feel they will be successful in doing. Also, the individual tends to put more effort into activities they consider successful in achieving. Sangmi’s lack of interest in school, work and other obligations may indicate a low-self efficacy. Her behavior in the recent months has changed due to the death of her brother. She is quieter, lacking in energy and disinterested in her family, schooling and her youth group. She is not interested in trying to do things. Sangmi also is
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course ECE 351 taught by Professor Sonner during the Spring '10 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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