Relationship between decision making styles and self-efficacy of senior secondary school students
Dr. Ranjit Kaur, Indu Bala
The study aims to analyze the relationship between decision making styles and self-efficacy of secondary school students. For this purpose, 500 subjects (male and female) were selected randomly from senior secondary schools situated in four districts of Haryana. Decision-Making Styles Scale developed and standardized by the investigator herself and Self-Efficacy scale developed by Murris (2002) were used. Finding of the study indicates that with increase of self-efficacy, there will be increase in decision-making styles of students. Study suggested that in today’s complex world there is a great demand to develop effective skills in students through education which will help them in making right decisions at right time in different walks of life.
Dr. Ranjit Kaur, Indu Bala. Relationship between decision making styles and self-efficacy of senior secondary school students. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, Volume 2, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 19-23