A 4-Session Self-Efficacy-Based Intervention

Examine the effectiveness of a 4-session self-efficacy-based intervention based on Social Cognitive Theory in University students.

To answer this question, hypothesize that students’ self-efficacy can be increased by interventions that focus on reducing negative psychological states such as anxiety, stress, and fatigue and result in increased student performance, engagement, self-efficacy, and low burnout. Use a quasi-experimental, pre-test/post-test control group design. Use two control groups of students who did not participate in the intervention. Were there higher levels of self-efficacy, engagement, and performance present in the intervention group when compared to other groups?