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bandura

(bænˈduːrə)
n
(Instruments) a Ukrainian stringed instrument, resembling a lute
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Also, Self-efficacy impacts whether one seeks after entrepreneurship (Bandura, Barbaranelli, Caprara, and Pastorelli, 2001; Bandura and Wessels, 1997; Zhao, Seibert, and Hills, 2005).
O.Klymenko) Screening of the film "Cyborgs: Heroes Never Die" May 18 Byblos Ukrainian Day in Byblos: - Ukrainian fair (arts and cuisine) - Cultural Center, Old Souk, 13.00 - - Inauguration of Ukrainian Square - Old railway station, 17.00 - - Ukrainian Embroidery Parade - Ukrainian Square, Old Souk, 17.30 - - Concert of bandura music band "Shpyliasti Kobzari" and "Onuky" folk band - Roman Amphitheatre of Byblos Castle, 18.30 May 19, 21.30 Saida, Debbane Palace Museum Concert of bandura music band "Shpyliasti Kobzari" May 20, 21.30 Tripoli, Safadi Cultural Center Concert of bandura music band "Shpyliasti Kobzari" May 23, 20.00 Casino du Liban Crimean Tatars Forum Art exhibition "Zinzhyr.
Bandura Cyber Inc., a cybersecurity company in Columbia, is looking to increase the sales of itsnetwork securityproductthrough a newsalespartner program.
Based on Bandura's (1977, 1986) theory of self-efficacy, students' self-confidence for nursing practice may be increased through the use of simulation as a method of teaching and learning.
There are two main types of learning experiences: Directed and modeled (Bandura, 1977).
Bandura, which pioneered the Threat Intelligence Gateway (TIG) industry in part with the US Department of Defense, has announced it has completed a Series A round, securing USD 4 million in financing led by Grotech Ventures, Gula Tech Adventures, Maryland Venture Fund, and Cultivation Capital, the company said.
Researchers of teacher efficacy have typically drawn on two theories: Rotter's (1966) internal-external locus of control and Bandura's (1978) self-efficacy (Tschannen-Moran & Hoy, 2001).
In comparison, those with low self-efficacy tend to have weak self-regulatory skills which leads to poor academic outcomes due to the inability to control study habits (Bandura, 2002; Joo, Bong.
This self-affirmation constitutes an important component of Bandura's (1997) social cognitive theory, the self-efficacy belief that we use to exert a measure of control over our environments.
According to social learning theorists (e.g., Bandura, 1986; Bussey & Bandura, 2004) children learn about desired behaviours and viewpoints from social agents or models in their environment.