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A second appeal to parsimony comes from the opérant viewpoint (Kazdin, 1978), with the argument that the concepts of skills and incentives are all that are required to explain behavior, expectancies being redundant. It is clear, however, as Bandura points out, that one may Processing of Therapeutic Experiences 41 have the physical ability or knowledge of how to do a task, together with adequate incentives, and yet fail to have the necessary self-confidence. Efficacy expectancies refer not to the ability to do something, but to the belief that one can do it.
Advances in Cognitive–Behavioral Research and Therapy. Volume 2 by Philip C. Kendall