Author: Rob Healy

Implications for Students with Learning Disabilities, Reading Disabilities, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

In this chapter we discuss the application of social cognitive theory (SCT)—and especially the role of self-efficacy—to students with disabilities. SCT is a major psychological theory that has been widely applied in education and offers principles highly relevant to educational psychology. Situated within this theoretical framework, selfefficacy is a construct that often has been researched… Read more »