Factor composition of an alimentary and physical health care self-efficacy scale in Mexican university students

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Blanco, José R.; Ornelas, Martha; Viciana, Jesús; Rodríguez, Judith M.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Grupo Arán
  • Subject: Estructura factorial | Construct validity | Validación de constructo | Ecuaciones estructurales | Instrumental study | Factor structure | Estudio instrumental | Structural equation model

Introducción: la autoeficacia es un importante factor mediador hacia cómo los individuos sienten, piensan, se motivan y se comportan. La expectativa de autoeficacia es un predictor importante de las intenciones y acciones de los individuos frente a diversas situaciones,... View more
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