Physical Self Efficacy

Physical Activity and Behaviours
Physical Self Efficacy

Self-efficacy is an individuals' confidence in their ability to successfully perform a particular task. Self-efficacy beliefs therefore play a role in maintenance of health behaviors over time. This survey asks key questions such as - I think I can be physically active no matter how busy my day is; I think I can be physically active after school even if my friends want me to do something else; I think I can ask my parent/guardian to get me the equipment I need to be physically active; I think I can be physically active after school even if I could watch TV or play video games instead

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