Trust, Cooperation, and Self-Efficacy. A Research with Sicilian Entrepreneurs

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Stefania Galletta
Orazio Licciardello
Alberto Rampullo
Manuela Mauceri
Daniela Damigella

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Investigating the relationship between self-concept and potential territory was the aim of our research.  Particularly, we have provided if the self-concept, self-efficacy and metacognitive ability of Sicilian entrepreneurs correlate with trust in Sicily Region institution. Moreover, if there was a positive correlation between high levels in these constructs and trust in another Sicilian firms.  In the end, we provided if entrepreneurs, which have high levels in self-concept, self-efficacy and metacognitive ability, were good at seeing and understanding Sicily. Seeing the Sicily as potential territory to protective and to get reality. 

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Stefania Galletta, University of Catania

Degree in Psychology

Orazio Licciardello, Università di Catania

Full Professor Of Social Psychology

Department of Edicationa Sciences

University of Catania

Alberto Rampullo, University of Catania

Graduate Student

Manuela Mauceri, University of Catania

Phd in Psychology

Daniela Damigella, University of Messina

Assistant Professor in Social Psychology

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