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Physical and social outcome expectations contributed to the model explaining 12% of the variation in physical activity engagement, whereas none of the outcome expectancy dimensions (physical, social, or self-evaluative) contributed to the model explaining variation in physical activity capability.
The instrument will demonstrate construct validity by exploratory factor analysis and association between the self-efficacy and outcome expectancy scales and PA.
The present study also found positive outcome expectancy and positive evaluation to predict NMUPS.
In other words, if individuals perceive the completion of a task as very important, often the outcome produced is far different than the outcome for individuals attempting the same task but with a low outcome expectancy (Bandura, 1997).
Another finding showed that students in the DME had a significantly superior rating in the cognitive dimension of Mathematics Teaching Outcome Expectancy (MTOE), while students in the DSE scored higher in Science Teaching Outcome Expectancy (STOE) but no significance, shown as table 2.
The MTEBI consists of 21 items, 13 on the Personal Mathematics Teaching Efficacy subscale and 8 on the Mathematics Teaching Outcome Expectancy subscale (Enochs, Smith, & Huinker, 2000).
Effects of selffocus, discrepancy between self and standard, and outcome expectancy favorability on the tendency to match self to standard or to withdraw.
These include two cognitive-behavioral models--the cognitive labeling model and the outcome expectancy model--and two cognitive science models--the dual-affect model and the cognitive processing model.