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Javier Horcajo, Borja Paredes, Guillermo Higuero, Pablo Briñol and Richard E. Petty

; see also Van Raalte & Vincent, 2017 ). Thus, according to prior theory and research, self-talk may be viewed as a type of self-delivered verbal persuasion (more specifically, self-persuasion; e.g.,  Briñol, McCaslin, & Petty, 2012 ; Maio & Thomas, 2007 ) that occurs under specific circumstances (e

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Nicholas D. Myers, Sung Eun Park, Soyeon Ahn, Seungmin Lee, Philip J. Sullivan and Deborah L. Feltz

would categorize under persuasive techniques (i.e., a form of self-persuasion), within Bandura’s ( 1997 ) theory. We recommend continued work on exploring additional sources of efficacy information and at various levels of level coached. As can be viewed in Table  1 , level coached often is constant