Influence of efficacy beliefs on the learning experiences of children with cancer in the hospital setting.

Andrea. Crossland
When a chronic medical condition, such as cancer, imposes limitations on a child's physical and/or cognitive abilities, the opportunities for the child to feel academically successful are reduced and thus these children are at risk of becoming underachievers and failures in their own eyes. These children miss out on experiences that normally lead to a development of self and a sense of control over their environment. From a social cognitive perspective, learning and educational development...
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