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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 2752-2761

Self-Efficacy And Attitudes Towards Drug Consumption In Childhood: Exploring Concepts

DR. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay, MS. Esheta Tyagi, MS. Priyanka Purohit, Dr. Mohit Kumar Ojha.


This paper aims to explore the concepts of self-efficacy and attitude towards consumption, approached by the theory of motivation and human behavior. This is a theoretical study based on literature. High levels of self-efficacy have beneficial consequences for the functioning of the individual. Concerning attitudes towards drugs, the presence or absence of preconceptions and positive values of drugs increases risk or consumer protection. Nurses should apply the concepts of self-efficacy and attitudes towards consumption to guide actions of health promotion and prevention of drug consumption in children and adolescents.

Key words: Attitudes , Drug , Consumption ,Childhood

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