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EDTE 800

Attribution, Self-Efficacy, Imposter Phenomenon

Jamie Smith

on 17 February 2013

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Transcript of EDTE 800

Attribution, Self-Efficacy,
Imposter Phenomenon
Jamie Smith & Carolyn Hansen
“We find that people's beliefs about their efficacy affect the sorts of choices they make in very significant ways. In particular, it affects their levels of motivation and perseverance in the face of obstacles. Most success requires persistent effort, so low self-efficacy becomes a self-limiting process. In order to succeed, people need a sense of self-efficacy, strung together with resilience to meet the inevitable obstacles and inequities of life.”
- Albert Bandura
Imposter Syndrome
Implications for innovation, achievement, communication, collaboration
What is this phenomenon? Who does it affect?
What does it have to do with self-efficacy and attribution?
How can we combat Imposter Syndrome?
Making Connections...
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