Parent Support and African American Adolescents’ Career Self-Efficacy.

This study examined African American adolescents’ perceived parent support for the four sources of self-efficacy information hypothesized by Bandura and for their efficacy in four areas: career planning and exploration, knowledge of self and others, career decision-making, and school-to-career transitions. Results indicate that the primary predictor of girls’ self-efficacy was their parents’ emotional support and of boys” self-efficacy was their parents’ career-related modeling. Discussion focuses on the National Model for Comprehensive School Counseling. **********

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