The Four Sources of Influence on Computer Self-Efficacy
Delta Pi Epsilon Journal Volume 43, Number 1, ISSN 0011-8052
Using Bandura's four sources of influence on self-efficacy, 210 students rated their computer self-efficacy. Mastery experiences were most influential for white males; vicarious learning had the most influence for females and nonwhite students. (Contains 29 references.) (SK)
Smith, S.M. (2001). The Four Sources of Influence on Computer Self-Efficacy. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 43(1), 27-39.
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