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A strengths-based cognitive approach to enhancing occupational performance and self-efficacy in individuals with Schizophrenia
OBJECTIVE: People with schizophrenia have functional challenges related to cognitive impairments and decreased self-efficacy. Strengths-based approaches to rehabilitation are recommended, but such approaches are not ...
The effect of a 9-week structured-exercise program on health-related fitness, self-efficacy, and quality of life of adults with physical disabilities
Structured-exercise (STE) has been recommended to improve physical and psychological health of individuals with physical disabilities (U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, 2008). The purpose of the present mixed-methods ...
Sexual functioning, quality of life, and condom use self-efficacy among male cancer patients receiving chemotherapy
An increase in cancer survival rates has led to a rise in the literature surrounding the sexual functioning of males during and after chemotherapy treatment. Since the toxic byproducts of chemotherapy can be excreted in ...
A phenomenological analysis of a girls’ club quilting project
The phenomena of connection, competence, and self-efficacy have not been explored in the context of an after-school girls club. The purpose of this study was to examine the experiences of 9 girls engaged in a quilting ...
The relationship between the self-efficacy of school counselors and the use of family systems approaches in the school setting
The purpose of this study was to examine if school counselors’ level of self-efficacy could be predicted from the use of family systems approaches in the school setting, and to determine if self-efficacy could be predicted ...