The eses measures the subjects perceived exercise selfefficacy beliefs. The 10 item scale was created to assess a general sense of perceived self efficacy. The factorial structure and the psychometric properties of the brief condom use self efficacy scale are presented. Level of training necessary for administrationscoringinterpretation. Content validity efficacy items should accurately reflect the construct. Studies have shown the role played by perceived self efficacy in explaining condom negotiation and condom use. The 37 items they selected measured eight of banduras 1990 nine dimensions. Perceived empathic selfefficacy and perceived social selfefficacy. Moreover, empathy is an important predictor of interpersonal.
Response format 1 not at all true 2 hardly true 3 moderately true 4 exactly true write the number that best describes your opinion in the boxes below. Selfefficacy may be particularly relevant in transitional stages such as in late adolescence. Ten items from the general self efficacy scale gse are designed to tap this construct. Measuring selfefficacy with scales and questionnaires. Work selfefficacy scale and search for work selfefficacy.
Assessing perceived empathic and social selfefficacy. Do i need permission to use the general perceived selfefficacy gse scale. The general selfefficacy scale is correlated to emotion, optimism, work satisfaction. The general perceived selfefficacy scale gse, developed to measure self efficacy at the broadest level, could be useful in the rehabilitation setting, in order to.
Furthermore, see efficacy expectations predicted exercise. The general perceived selfefficacy scale gse, developed to measure selfefficacy at the broadest level, could be useful in the rehabilitation setting, in order to. The general self efficacy scale is a 10item psychometric scale that is designed to assess optimistic self beliefs to cope with a variety of difficult demands in life. Albert bandura, one of the proponents of the social cognitive approach to personality, particularly highlights the role played by self efficacy on the behaviour of an individual. Everything you wanted to know about the general self efficacy scale but were afraid to ask by ralf schwarzer, january 5, 2009 the purpose of this faq is to assist the users of the scales published at the authors web pages. Schwarzergeneral selfefficacy scale adolescentsadults. Whether or not people perform certain actions largely depends on their expectancies or expectations pertinent to the desired outcome. Literature on job search activities than enhances the probability of employment reveal that both general e. Selfesteem scale, the general perceived selfefficacy scale, and.
Pdf application of the general perceived selfefficacy scale in. This scale is a selfreport measure of selfefficacy. The psychometric properties of this instrument is examined among 19,120. The scale can be administered to evaluate persons age 12 and older. If you work with more than one person, please give one response that represents a general sense of the staff here. Perceived self efficacy is an operative construct, i. The general selfefficacy scale schwarzer gses, sometimes seen gse, designed for ages 12 and up, was created to assess perceived selfefficacy regarding coping and adaptation abilities in both daily. Everything you wanted to know about the selfefficacy scale. Validity of the general perceived self efficacy scale vatinee sukmak et al. Scale hprs, the drug attitude inventory dai10, and a questionnaire including.
General selfefficacy scale gse measurement instrument. Recently, several scholars have suggested that academic selfregulation may be particularly important for students participating in online learning. Evidence suggests that the adoption of and adherence to regular exercise is influenced by selfefficacy to perform physical activity. The scale has been originally developed in german by matthias jerusalem and ralf schwarzer in 1981 and has been used in many studies with hundred thousands of participants. This 10item scale was created to assess a general sense of perceived self efficacy. Validity of the general perceived selfefficacy scale. Jun 29, 2012 the mean general selfefficacy score 29. The first measure of healthy eating was the nutrition self efficacy scale. The general selfefficacy scale gsf the following scale was developed to evaluate the coping ability of daily living. Jan 01, 2001 the questionnaire was based on a version of the generalized self efficacy scale chen et al. There are currently scale versions adapted to 33 languages. The general selfefficacy scale schwarzer gses, sometimes seen gse, designed for ages 12 and up, was created to assess perceived selfefficacy regarding coping and adaptation abilities in both daily activities and isolated stressful events. Culture knowledge and understanding conference singapore may 2007.
Perceived selfefficacy was measured by means of the general selfefficacy scale r. A description of general self efficacy and specific self efficacy for health promoting practices in a disabled population by elizabeth m. Teacher self efficacy has been shown to be an important characteristic of the teacher and one strongly related to success in teaching. Validation of the swedish translation of the general self. Validation of the general selfefficacy scale among qatari. Listed on the following pages are statements about attitudes, feelings, and behaviors toward strengths self efficacy. Selfefficacy for exercise see scale abilitylab home. It has been well known instrument internationally for two decades. The aim of this study was to report the psychometric properties of the spanish version of the general perceived selfef. Self efficacy is concerned with perceived capability. The general self ef ficacy scale, developed to measure this construct at the broadest level, has been adapted to many languages. The general selfefficacy scale is a 10item psychometric scale that is designed to assess optimistic self beliefs to cope with a variety of difficult demands in life. Consequently, this scale was developed to address the lack of an exercise selfefficacy tool for people with sci.
Internal reliability for gse cronbachs alphas between. Selfefficacy scale for your study, given that appropriate recognition of the source of the scale is made in the writeup of your study. Therefore, described herein is a validation study for the teacher efficacy scale in slovakia. Sep 30, 2007 the research self efficacy scale was designed to assess social work students confidence in their ability to complete specific research activities. The questionnaire was based on a version of the generalized selfefficacy scale chen et al.
Yount 3 abstract the general selfefficacy scale gses is a measure of peoples beliefs about their capacity to cope with lifes demands. Dimensionality internal consistency and temporal stability. Self efficacy is a proximal and direct predictor of intention and of. Respondents rate their level of confidence regarding each item on an 11point scale 0cannot do at all. The general selfefficacy scale is correlated to emotion, optimism, work. Mental and physical health scores on the sf12 predicted efficacy expectations as measured by the see scale. General self efficacy scale if you only work with one advocate at this organization, please just keep that person in mind as you answer these questions. Validation of the general selfefficacy scale among qatari young women a. The pese and psse scales were translated and then backtranslated into english and spanish by bilingual experts, who were very mindful of the adaptation of the items content to the sociocultural context. Unfortunately, however, effective measurement of teacher self efficacy has been limited in part by geography.
The perceived empathic selfefficacy pese scale and perceived social selfefficacy psse scale were administered to all samples. Perceived self efficacy represents an optimistic sense of personal competence that seems to be a pervasive phenomenon accounting for motivation and accomplishments in human beings. Schwarzer general selfefficacy scale adolescentsadults. A description of general selfefficacy and specific self. Schwarzer final bolded 2 national cancer institute. If someone opposes me, i can find the means and ways to get what i want. The scale can be helpful in predicting how you cope with daily problems and you will adapt to more serious stressful life events. The scale was created to assess a general sense of perceived self efficacy with the aim in mind to predict coping with daily hassles as well as adaptation after experiencing all kinds of stressful life events.
Perceived selfefficacy is a prospective and operative construct. I can always manage to solve difficult problems if i try hard enough. This scale is a selfreport of exercise selfefficacy. Negative coefficients were found for depression, stress, health.
The online learning value and selfefficacy scale olvses is a selfassessment instrument. Carrington a thesis submitted to grand valley state university in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of science in nursing kirkhof school of nursing 1998 thesis committee members. Estonian version of the general selfefficacy scale eses. Name of the inventory general selfefficacy scale gse. For example, boardman and robert 2000 found that less self efficacy is associated with living in poor neighborhoods, while bandura and colleagues 1996 found that high self efficacy predicts academic success. Download limit exceeded you have exceeded your daily download allowance. Documentation of the general self efficacy scale 1 everything you wanted to know about the general self efficacy scale but were afraid to ask by ralf schwarzer, may 30, 2014 there is no other manual of the gse. Estonian version of the general self efficacy scale eses. The importance of general selfefficacy for the quality of. This 10item scale was created to assess a general sense of perceived selfefficacy. General selfefficacy scale adolescents, adults schwarzer.
Motivationonline learning value and selfefficacy scale. The present guide for constructing self efficacy scales supplements that conceptual and empirical analysis. Believing that you can overcome obstacles and get things done, or self efficacy, is both a cause and a consequence of factors related to social mobility. Perceived selfefficacy represents an optimistic sense of personal competence that seems to be a pervasive phenomenon accounting for motivation and accomplishments in human beings. Each item refers to successful coping and implies an internalstable attribution of success.1123 522 437 1025 1157 546 620 226 318 1199 421 630 1222 1550 393 321 751 126 1353 775 698 410 1259 1141 1552 112 277 173 120 1206 1406 991 494 387 43 1238 1400 540 310 17 191 1411 128 1173 227 1070 1429 1353 202