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Glasnik Antropološkog društva Srbije
2016, br. 51, str. 17-25
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
doi:10.5937/gads51-12156

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Samoefikasnost i zdravo ponašanje - neke implikacije za medicinsku antropologiju
Univerzitet u Nišu, Filozofski fakultet, Studijska grupa za psihologiju

e-adresa: zlatanovic1301@yahoo.com

Sažetak

Proučavanje karakteristika ličnosti i ponašanja povezanih sa ljudskim zdravljem postala je ključna oblast istraživanja u savremenoj zdravstvenoj psihologiji. Varijabla ličnosti koja je privukla rastuće interesovanje zdravstvenih psihologa je pojam samoefikasnosti koji je razvio Albert Bandura u svojoj veoma uticajnoj socijalno-kognitivnoj teoriji ljudskog ponašanja ili teoriji socijalnog učenja. Definisana uopšteno kao verovanje pojedinca da će biti u stanju da uspešno sprovede svoje planove i namere ili da izvrši određena ponašanja neophodna da bi se postigli željeni ciljevi ili anticipirani ishodi, samoefikasnost je jedan od ključnih faktora u sprovođenju lične kontrole, uključujući kontrolu nad sopstvenim stanjem zdravlja. Polazeći od ovog teorijskog okvira, glavna svrha ovog članka je da najpre pruži sažet prikaz teorije samoefikasnosri, a zatim da razmotri njenu povezanost sa raznim oblicima ili obrascima ponašanja u vezi sa zdravljem, kao i da sugeriše neke moguće implikacije ove teorije za medicinsku antropologiju - posebno za njene primenjene oblasti koje su fokusirane na zdravstvenu edukaciju, promovisanje i zaštitu zdravlja.

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