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Self-efficacy (behavior-specific)
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Measure Name: Self-efficacy (behavior-specific)
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Construct: Self-efficacy
Primary Content Area: Psychosocial
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Brief Description: Brief Description: Measures of this construct will vary depending on the target behavior. Thus, investigators will need to identify a measure that is appropriate for the behavior of interest (please see the construct page for further discussion of this issue).

Two example measures (one for exercise and one for eating) are available in GEM and can be accessed using the links below.

Physical Activity Self-Efficacy Scale
https://www.gem-measures.org/Public/MeasureDetail.aspx?mid=1729&cat=2

Nutrition Self-Efficacy Scale
https://www.gem-measures.org/public/MeasureDetail.aspx?mid=1854&cat=2

For more information and additional example measures, refer to the following paper, linked in the References section below:

Wilson, K. E., Harden, S. M., Almeida, F. A., You, W., Hill, J. L., Goessl, C., & Estabrooks, P. A. (2016). Brief self-efficacy scales for use in weight-loss trials: Preliminary evidence of validity. Psychological Assessment, 28(10), 1255-1264.
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