The General Self Efficacy Scale (GSE)

The General Self-Efficacy Scale is correlated to emotion, optimism, work satisfaction. Negative coefficients were found for depression, stress, health complaints, burnout, and anxiety. It has been found that a strong sense of personal efficacy is related to better health, higher achievement and better social integration

Perceptions of Self
The General Self Efficacy Scale (GSE)

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Ralf Schwarzer & Matthias Jerusalem

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Pro (Secondary)

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