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Perceived Social Self-Efficacy and Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety -

Perceived Social Self-Efficacy and Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety

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In foreign language learning and education, social psychological variables are of utmost importance. These variables can highly affect the learners' performance and their achievement level, especially when they learn in a community of peers. One of the most influential psycho-social domains in language pedagogy is Perceived Social Self-Efficacy; "an individual's confidence in his/her ability to engage in the social interactional tasks necessary to initiate and maintain interpersonal relationships" (Smith and Betz, 2000). This book has aimed to focus on the relationship between the perceived social self-efficacy of EFL students and their foreign language classroom anxiety.

Product code: 9783843359375

ISBN 9783843359375
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H229xW152xS9
No. Of Pages 148
Publisher LAP Lambert Academic Publishing