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Before the paper Effect of a Health Game Prompt

There are two stories here. One is the story of the content of the paper and this is pretty straight forward. It started reading a paper and wondering about something: “…reading the work of Brooks, it seemed to me that … Continue reading

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Greater self-efficacy

Self-efficacy is a persons’ belief in their capability to perform any task. When looking at self-efficacy we are not so much loooking at how correct this assesment is, but rather we are interested in the belief of the person.   … Continue reading

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