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Table 2 Mean scores of the four Self-efficacy scales, including the sub-scales of the Moorong Self-efficacy Scale, Cronbach’s alpha and the percentage of participants with the maximum scores on the scale

From: Enhancing our conceptual understanding of state and trait self-efficacy by correlational analysis of four self-efficacy scales in people with spinal cord injury

Measure (score range) N M (SD) Median IQR Maximum score (%)
MSES Total (16–112) 138 86.5 (17.1) 90 75.8–100.0 1.4
 MSES-General (4–28) 139 21.8 (4.4) 23 19.0–25.0 5.0
 MSES-Social (5–35) 138 28.5 (5.5) 29 24.4–33.2 16.7
 MSES-Personal (4–28) 138 21.7 (5.7) 23 19.0–26.0 15.9
GSES (12–60) 140 47.2 (8.3) 49 42.0–54.0 2.9
UW-SES (6–30) 139 17.5 (5.5) 18 13.0–22.0 1.4
SCSES (0–50) 139 38.6 (7.1) 40 35.0–44.0 7.2
  1. Abbreviations: M Mean, SD Standard deviation, IQR Interquartile range, MSES total Moorong Self-efficacy Scale total score, MSES-General Moorong Self-efficacy Scale General factor, MSES-Social Moorong Self-efficacy Scale Social functioning self-efficacy factor, MSES-Personal Moorong Self-efficacy Scale personal functioning self-efficacy factor, GSES General Self-efficacy Scale, UW-SES University of Washington Self-efficacy Scale, SCSES Self-care Self-efficacy Scale