Relationship between EFL Learners’ Self-Efficacy and Imposter Phenomenon and their Effects on Learners’ Writing Ability

Morteza Yamini, Forough Behbahani Mandanizadeh

Abstract


This study investigated the relationship between self-efficacy and imposter phenomenon and their effects on EFL learners' writing ability. Participants were 94 male and female university students. The aim was to find out how self-efficacy and imposter phenomenon would be related, how these personal factors would relate to writing ability, and whether gender and proficiency level would moderate between the personal factors and writing.


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