Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
Examines the contextual effects of social persuasion (represented by self, client, peer and supervisor's feedback) and mastery experiences (represented by formal level of education and work experience) on specific self-efficacy outcomes and perceived advancement potential in a sample population of nurses at a Southern California hospital. Results of the study suggest that self, client, peer, and supervisor's feedback consistently predict significant self-efficacy outcomes.
Pham, Hieu Chi, "Effects of feedback, education, and work experience on self-efficacy" (2006). Theses Digitization Project. 2985.