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Self-Perceptions, Parents’ Perceptions, Metaperceptions, and Locomotor Skills in Adolescents With Visual Impairments: A Preliminary Investigation

Alexandra Stribing, Adam Pennell, Emily N. Gilbert, Lauren J. Lieberman, and Ali Brian

investigate these potential underlying mechanisms (self-perceptions, parents’ perceptions, and metaperceptions) for adolescents with VI, we now look to Lent and Lopez’s ( 2002 ) tripartite model of efficacy beliefs as a guiding framework for examining self-efficacy, other-efficacy, and relation-inferred self

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Coaching Behaviors as Sources of Relation-Inferred Self-Efficacy (RISE) in American Male High School Athletes

Brock McMullen, Hester L. Henderson, Donna Harp Ziegenfuss, and Maria Newton

coach has the potential to impact an objective performance into a subjective experience. Due to the support in the research of socially-mediated aspects influencing an individual’s level of self-efficacy, Lent and Lopez ( 2002 ) proposed the tripartite model of efficacy beliefs to supplement Bandura

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Associations Between Parent Perspectives and Motor Competence in Children With CHARGE Syndrome

Pamela Haibach-Beach, Melanie Perreault, Lauren J. Lieberman, and Alexandra Stribing

( Reed, 1991 ). The tripartite model of efficacy beliefs asserts that other-efficacy beliefs (i.e., an individual’s belief about another person’s ability) from significant others, such as parents, teachers, coaches, and peers, can influence an individual’s belief in his/her/their own ability to perform a