Self-efficacy and impostor syndrome in graduate students: a portrayal of covid-19 pandemic

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2022-01-01

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The social isolation recommended by the World Health Organization, during the COVID-19 pandemic, can raise levels of anxiety and stress in students, which affect their productivity. This study aimed to evaluate the levels of self-efficacy and the Impostor Syndrome in stricto sensu graduate students, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was a quantitative study that had as participants a convenience sample comprised of 200 stricto sensu graduate students. The participants answered an online form that included a sociodemographic questionnaire, the Clance Impostor Phenomenon Scale, and the Self-efficacy Scale in higher education. It was verified that the two scales presented statistically significant and inversely proportional correlation, that is, the higher the levels of Self-efficacy, the lower the levels of Impostor Syndrome. Postgraduates, in relation to Self-efficacy, assessed themselves at high to higher levels, mostly. In turn, in Impostor Syndrome, the respondents evaluated themselves at high or moderate levels.

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Interacao em Psicologia, v. 26, n. 3, p. 254-263, 2022.

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