EFFECT OF RESILIENCE AND ACADEMIC SELF EFFICACY AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS By Shahanas E. and Hassankoya M. P.

Abstract

Self-efficacy is considered to be the foundation of human agency ) and is referred to as an important protective factor regulating human functioning and emotional wellbeing through cognitive, motivational, affective, and selective processes. Resilience is the capacity to adapt well when faced with adversity or stress. Academic self-efficacy and academic resilience were measured during a single data collection point in participants’ first, second, or third year as undergraduates. Gender, age, and year of study data were also collected. Resilience and personal abilities among undergraduate students when incorporate opportunities for students to experience mistakes as an expected part of learning, build their resilience to setbacks. Resilient adolescents were thinkers able to solve concrete problems in their own way, contrasting the rigidity of the system, adopting the task-oriented strategy, and maximising the change.

[1]Researcher, Farook Training College Calicut

[2]Assistant Professor, Farook Training College Calicut

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