Self-Efficacy, Mindset, and Goal Setting Theory Quiz

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Which theory is used for self-assessment according to the given text?

Bandura's Self-efficacy Theory

Who introduced the concept of self-efficacy?

Albert Bandura

What does self-efficacy theory distinguish between?

Expectations of efficacy and response-outcome expectancies

What did Dr. Bandura's Bobo Doll Experiment prove?

That observational learning is an effective way of learning

In which year was Dr. Bandura's article on self-efficacy published?

1977

Who introduced the social learning theory that focuses on what people learn from observing and interacting with other people?

Dr. Albert Bandura

According to Dr. Weibell, self-efficacy is defined as:

People’s beliefs about their capabilities

According to Dr. Bandura, what do people with 'high assurance in their capabilities' do?

Approach difficult tasks as challenges to be mastered

What are the main sources of influence by which a person’s self-efficacy is developed and maintained, according to Dr. Bandura?

Mastery experiences, vicarious experiences, verbal persuasion, and physiological states

According to Dr. Dweck, which mindset will allow a person to live a less stressful and more successful life?

Growth Mindset

According to Albert Bandura, what distinguishes self-efficacy theory?

Expectations of efficacy and response-outcome expectancies

What was the main finding of Dr. Bandura's Bobo Doll Experiment?

Social modeling is an effective way of learning

How did Dr. Bandura define self-efficacy?

Creating and strengthening expectations of personal efficacy

What are the key components of Dr. Bandura's self-efficacy theory?

Expectations of efficacy and response-outcome expectancies

Which theory focuses on creating personal goals based on Locke’s goal setting theory?

Self-efficacy theory

According to Bandura's social cognitive theory, individuals with 'high assurance in their capabilities' are more likely to:

Approach threatening situations with assurance that they can exercise control over them

In Dr. Dweck's Fixed and Growth Mindset Theory, individuals with a growth mindset are more likely to:

Set challenging goals and maintain strong commitment to them

According to the Goal Setting Theory by Dr. Locke, goals have both an internal and an external aspect. Internally, goals refer to:

Goals set based on what Aristotle called final causality

According to Weibell (2011), self-efficacy is defined as 'people’s beliefs about their capabilities to produce designated levels of performance that exercise influence over events that affect their lives.' This definition emphasizes the importance of:

Producing designated levels of performance

Dr. Bandura described four main sources of influence by which a person’s self-efficacy is developed and maintained. One of these sources is vicarious experiences, which refers to:

Observing others' experiences and learning from them

Test your knowledge of Bandura’s self-efficacy theory, Dweck’s growth and fixed mindset, and Locke’s goal setting theory with this quiz. Explore the concepts and theories related to personal development and goal achievement.

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