College student self-efficacy research studies
- Lanham : University Press of America, c2014.
- Physical description
- xvii, 254 pages : ill. ; 23 cm
LA229 .C65 2014
- Unknown LA229 .C65 2014
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction Section One Chapter One-The Effect of Self-Efficacy on Academic and Social Integration: An Investigation of Students of Color in the Community College J. Luke Wood, Ph.D., San Diego State University Adriel A. Hilton, Ph.D., Grand Valley State University Royel M. Johnson, M.Ed., The Ohio State University Chapter Two-Influences of Individual Career Counseling on College Students' Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy Julia Panke Makela, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Chapter Three-The Role of Social Self-Efficacy in College Adjustment Among First-Year College Students Allison L. Bitz, Ph.D., Nebraska-Wesleyan University Section Two Chapter Four-How I Got Over: Reflective Self-Efficacy of Recent College Graduates Rikeska L. Fry Brown, Ph.D., Kindred Family Wellness Group Edward Collins, Ph.D., University of Nevada-Las Vegas Jarvis M. Watson, Ed.D., Stony Brook University Dionica Bell, B.S., San Diego State University Candice N. Crowell, M.S., University of Georgia Chapter Five-Africentric Developments of Self-Efficacy Among African American Undergraduate College Students Hassiem Kambui, Ph.D., Florida A&M University Angel Dowden, Ph.D., North Carolina A&T State University Chapter Six-An Examination of the Sources of Academic Self-Efficacy Among College Students at a HBCU: Classifications and Gender Comparisons Douglas M. Butler, Ph.D., Prairie View A&M University Peter Metofe, Ed.D., Prairie View A&M University Larchin Leslie, M.S., Prairie View A&M University Section Three Chapter Seven-Culture Counts: Enhancing Non-Cognitive Assessment for Predicting Retention and Academic Success in a Sample of African American College Students Taisha L. Caldwell, Ph.D., University of California Meera Komarraju, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Chapter Eight-Misconceptions of Family Support Among First- Generation African American and Mexican American Students Pamela Larde, Ph.D., Mercer University Index Contributors Editors.
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- Publisher's Summary
- College Student Self-Efficacy Research Studies offers three uniquely designed sections that provide a unique mixture of research studies conducted on African American, Mexican American, and first-generation college students. This book explores a variety of factors affecting a diverse group of college students including institutional commitment, college adjustment, and social and academic self-efficacy barriers.
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- Publication date
- edited by Terence Hicks and Michael McFrazier.