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Does a person's self-efficacy changes as their personalities develop and they learn new information.

Does failure necessarily reflect on the people we are.

Does being motivated to learn new things and do better in all aspects of our lives helps our self-efficacy.

What do you say about a person that says the one thing that they are very proud of is that they are good in a crisis. A lot of people freeze up and aren't sure what to do when something bad happens, but that seems to be the time when they at my best. Any thoughts on this statement?

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