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Trying to understand an explanation of the differences between self-efficacy and self-esteem. Provide two examples of when self-esteem might be misinterpreted as self-efficacy and explain why.

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Your tutorial is 195 words and gives you some examples of how high and low self-esteem would not match high and low self-efficacy.

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Self-efficacy reflects one's belief about their ability to complete a task. Self-esteem is about their own worth as a person. If you do not believe you are worth much, you might not feel that you can perform tasks either as a global "I am just not worth much" feeling. ...

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