This thesis explored the pre-college and college factors that contribute to the outcome of leadership efficacy for college students with a learning disability, an area with little prior research. Data from 717 undergraduate students who identified a learning disability on the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership were used for this study. Five hypotheses were tested using the Input-Environment-Outcome model as an organizing framework and multiple regression as the statistical method.Leadership Self-Efficacy As early as 1977, Bandura began to integrate self- efficacy, the dependent variable of this study, into his theories of social learning and social cognition. Bandura (1977) described that aan efficacy expectation is theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Leadership Self Efficacy for College Students with a Learning Disability|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|