alexa Abstract | The study of predictive role of self-concept with mediation of creativity on the level of self-efficacy of handicapped females

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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The aim of present study was to evaluate the predictive role of self-concept with mediation of creativity on the level of self-efficacy of handicapped females ranging higher than 15 year-old which carried out in Gorgan in 2011. The sampling was available type and the volume of the sample was included 71 one. The tool of the research had been included the questionnaires of Rogers self-concept (1951), Abedi’s creativity (1992) and Sherer general self-efficacy (1982). To analysis data, the structural equations modeling method was applied using Lisrel software. The results showed that the indirect effect of self-concept on self-efficacy was significant with mediation of creativity in dimensions of fluency, originality and flexibility, but the effect of self-concept on self-efficacy through mediation of creativity in dimension of elaboration was not significant. As a result, the fluency, originality and flexibility dimensions were mediators of self-concept with self-efficacy.

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Author(s): Maliheh Gilak Ali ZadehMohammadi and Fariborz Bagheri

Keywords

self-concept, creativity, self-efficacy, handicapped

 
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