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California State University, San Bernardino

Motivation (Psychology)

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Correlations Between Self-Esteem And Self-Efficacy Among Master Of Social Work Students And Bachelor Of Social Work Students, Sheila Joy Umeda, Amy Marie Edmonds Jan 2004

Correlations Between Self-Esteem And Self-Efficacy Among Master Of Social Work Students And Bachelor Of Social Work Students, Sheila Joy Umeda, Amy Marie Edmonds

Theses Digitization Project

This purpose of the present study is to examine the correlations between self-esteem and self-efficacy among undergrade and graduate level social work students in order to determine how perceived self-esteem affects student's ability to perform job tasks.


Perceptions Of Motivation In The Recovery Process Among African American Women With Children, Raven Nicole Pagson Jan 2004

Perceptions Of Motivation In The Recovery Process Among African American Women With Children, Raven Nicole Pagson

Theses Digitization Project

Substance abusing women with children are a diverse group, but some of them are among the most disadvantaged individuals in the United States. These women are in dire need of effective treatment modalities in order to sustain sobriety. Using a quantitative research design, this study examines the perception of motivation in the recovery process among African American women with children. Through research surveys these women identify the motivating factors necessary for successful treatment outcomes. Scales were created to measure extrinsic motivators, intrinsic motivators, and barriers to treatment. Factors examined included attendance at twelve step meetings, church attendance, court mandates, family ...