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How Beliefs, Expectations, and Mindset Shape Self-Efficacy

Beliefs, expectations, and mindset play a pivotal role in shaping self-efficacy in anger management. The way individuals perceive their abilities to manage and control their anger directly impacts their self-efficacy in this domain. Here's how these factors influence self-efficacy in anger management and how cultivating a growth-oriented mindset can be achieved through anger management training:

  1. Beliefs: Beliefs about anger and its management greatly influence self-efficacy. If individuals believe that anger is uncontrollable or that they lack the skills to manage it effectively, their self-efficacy in anger management will be low. On the other hand, if they believe that anger can be regulated and that they have the ability to acquire the necessary skills, their self-efficacy will be higher. Anger management training aims to challenge and modify negative beliefs, replacing them with empowering beliefs that foster self-efficacy.

  2. Expectations: Expectations refer to the...

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