1. I can finish my homework assignments by deadlines.
2. I can get myself to study when there are other interesting things to do.
3. I can always concentrate on school subjects during class.
4. I can take good notes during class instruction.
5. I can plan my schoolwork for the day.
6. I can organize my schoolwork.
7. I can remember information presented in class and textbooks.
8. I can arrange a place to study without distractions.
9. I can get myself to do school work.
10.I can express my opinions when other classmates disagree with me.
11.I can stand up for myself when I feel I am being treated unfairly.
12.I can get others to stop annoying me or hurting my feelings.
13.I can make and keep friends of the opposite sex.
14.I can make and keep friends of the same sex.
15.I can carry on conversations with others.
16.I can work well in a group.
17.I can get a friend to help me when I have problems getting along with others.
18.I can resist peer pressure to smoke cigarettes.
19.I can resist peer pressure to drink beer‚ wine‚ or liquor.
20.I can resist peer pressure to smoke marijuana.
Learning Associated Self Efficacy‚ Peer-Associated Self Efficacy‚ Drug-Related Self Efficacy (% at risk for drug use)
Learning Associated Self Efficacy (0.83)‚ Peer-Associated Self Efficacy (0.75)‚ Drug-Related Self Efficacy (% at risk for drug use) (0.91)
1 = Not at all Confident‚ to 5 = Very Confident
Learning Associated Self Efficacy (1-9)‚ Peer-Associated Self Efficacy (10-17‚ Drug-Related Self Efficacy (% at risk for drug use) (18-20)
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