Study Of Self-Efficacy Feeling As Performance Estimators

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Sepideh Ghotniana , Elham Mozayankharazy , Isa Chalishgar , Zahra Ansari


Introduction: Present research investigates self-efficiency feeling behavior as performance estimators.

Method: The research employs descriptive-correlation method. The statistical population includes all the130 male karate athletes who participated in the qualification matches for the adult national karate team of Iran. In this research, the sample is considered to be equal to the population comprising 130 athletes from which 120 questionnaires were received. Finally, to test the research’s hypotheses, Pearson Correlation and Univariate Regression Analysis were employed.

Results: Results indicated the correlation between self-Efficacy feeling and performance (r = 0.953).

Conclusion: The results indicated the variables self- Efficacy was able  to affect performance level in the participants and this effect was predictable.

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