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Which of the following is NOT a cognitive factor involved in personality?

a) A high degree of self-efficacy
b) Surface Traits
c) An external locus of control
d) A low degree of self-efficacy
e) An internal locus of control

Please help I have no idea. If I had to guess I would say c only 20% sure.

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    I agree. C is the only answer that seems to fit.

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