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2012 | 18 | 1-2 | 193-214
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Self-efficacy beliefs of youth entering the labour market

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This article presents the psychological meaning of school-to-work transition. Transition to taking up new social roles entails numerous difficulties, and that is why young people see it as a crisis point. According to researchers one of the predictors of effective transition to the labour market is self-efficacy. This article presents the two obtaining approaches to the psychology of self-efficacy beliefs. Both specific and generalized self-efficacy belief are good predictors of human behaviour, which has been repeatedly confirmed in the studies (main overview in this article). The authors of this compilation have integrated the two dominating approaches into one theoretical model, taking account of the three levels of generality proposed by Rosch. By doing that, a theoretical model has been created which allows for organising self-efficacy beliefs relating to life roles into a three-level hierarchical structure.
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193-214
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2012-01-01
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2013-02-21
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  • Department of Organisational and Management Psychology, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Al. Racławickie 14, 20-950 Lublin, pawelkot@kul.lublin.pl
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