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Confidence is a state of being clear-headed either that a hypothesis or prediction is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective. Confidence comes from a Latin word 'fidere' which means "to trust"; therefore, having self-confidence is having trust in one's self. Arrogance or hubris, in comparison, is the state of having unmerited confidence—believing something or someone is correct or capable when evidence or reasons for this belief are lacking. Overconfidence or presumptuousness is excessive belief in someone (or something) succeeding, without any regard for failure. Confidence can be a self-fulfilling prophecy as those without it may fail or not try because they lack it and those with it may succeed because they have it rather than because of an innate abilit

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  • الثقة (Confidence) هي الحالة التي يكون فيها الإنسان متأكداً من كفاءة أو دقة أمر ما يتعلق به أو بشخص أو بشئ آخر، وفي حالة الأشخاص، من الممكن أن تكون تلك الثقة نوع من التأكد من هذا الشخص تجاه أشخاص آخرين أو قضايا معينة. وعادة يكون صاحب الثقة ذو موقف ووجهة نظر ثابتة، ولا فرق إذا كان ذلك الموقف صحيحاً أم خطأ، بل هو مدى تأكد الشخص من ثبوته .ومن أمثلة الثقة، . (ar)
  • Confidence is a state of being clear-headed either that a hypothesis or prediction is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective. Confidence comes from a Latin word 'fidere' which means "to trust"; therefore, having self-confidence is having trust in one's self. Arrogance or hubris, in comparison, is the state of having unmerited confidence—believing something or someone is correct or capable when evidence or reasons for this belief are lacking. Overconfidence or presumptuousness is excessive belief in someone (or something) succeeding, without any regard for failure. Confidence can be a self-fulfilling prophecy as those without it may fail or not try because they lack it and those with it may succeed because they have it rather than because of an innate ability. The concept of self-confidence is commonly defined as self-assurance in one's personal judgment, ability, power, etc. One's self-confidence increases as a result of experiences of having satisfactorily completed particular activities. Self-confidence involves a positive belief that in the future, one can generally accomplish what one wishes to do. Self-confidence is not the same as self-esteem, which is an evaluation of one's own worth, whereas self-confidence is more specifically trust in one's ability to achieve some goal, which one meta-analysis suggested is similar to generalization of self-efficacy. Abraham Maslow and many others after him have emphasized the need to distinguish between self-confidence as a generalized personality characteristic, and self-confidence with respect to a specific task, ability or challenge (i.e. self-efficacy). Self-confidence typically refers to general self-confidence. This is different from self-efficacy, which psychologist Albert Bandura has defined as a “belief in one’s ability to succeed in specific situations or accomplish a task” and therefore is the term that more accurately refers to specific self-confidence. Psychologists have long noted that a person can possess self-confidence that he or she can complete a specific task (self-efficacy) (e.g. cook a good meal or write a good novel) even though they may lack general self-confidence, or conversely be self-confident though they lack the self-efficacy to achieve a particular task (e.g. write a novel). These two types of self-confidence are, however, correlated with each other, and for this reason can be easily conflated. (en)
  • Уверенность — состояние ума, в котором ум выражает согласие суждению без боязни ошибиться; состояние бытия без сомнения, свобода от сомнения. Отсутствие страха ошибиться — негативный фактор уверенности; сознательно понятные причины для твердого согласия являются положительным фактором. (ru)
  • Впе́вненість, певність, самовпевненість — стан розуму (духовний стан), в якому він дає міцну згоду судженню без остраху можливості помилки; стан буття без сумніву, свобода від сумніву. (uk)
  • 信心(英語:Confidence,源自拉丁語“fidere”,意指“信任”)是一種心理狀態,無論是假設或預測是正確的,還是選擇的行動方案是最好的或最有效的。 因此,自信就是對自己的信任。傲慢或自大是一種自信狀態—相信某事或某人有能力或正確,而實際上他們沒有能力。過度自信或狂妄是過度相信某人(或某事)會成功,而不考慮失敗。自信可以是一種自我實現的預言。 自信的概念通常用作對個人判斷、能力、權力等方面的信心。一個人的自信心從成功完成特定活動的經驗中增加。 一種積極的信念是,在未來,人們通常可以完成自己想做的事情。自信與自尊不同,自尊是對自己價值的評估,而自信更具體地說是對自己實現某個目標的能力的信任;一項薈萃分析表明,這類似於對自我效能的概括。 亞伯拉罕·馬斯洛 (Abraham Maslow) 和他之後的許多研究者都強調需要區分作為普遍人格特徵的自信與針對特定任務、能力或挑戰(即自我效能)的自信。阿爾伯特·班杜拉 (Albert Bandura) 將自我效能定義為“相信自己有能力在特定情況下取得成功或完成任務”,因此該術語更準確地指代特定的自信。心理學家早就注意到,一個人可以擁有自信,認為他或她可以完成特定的任務(自我效能)(例如做一頓美餐或寫一本好小說),即使他們可能缺乏普遍的自信,或者相反儘管他們缺乏完成特定任務(例如寫小說)的自我效能感,但仍要自信。然而,這兩種自信是相互關聯的,因此很容易混為一談。 (zh)
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  • الثقة (Confidence) هي الحالة التي يكون فيها الإنسان متأكداً من كفاءة أو دقة أمر ما يتعلق به أو بشخص أو بشئ آخر، وفي حالة الأشخاص، من الممكن أن تكون تلك الثقة نوع من التأكد من هذا الشخص تجاه أشخاص آخرين أو قضايا معينة. وعادة يكون صاحب الثقة ذو موقف ووجهة نظر ثابتة، ولا فرق إذا كان ذلك الموقف صحيحاً أم خطأ، بل هو مدى تأكد الشخص من ثبوته .ومن أمثلة الثقة، . (ar)
  • Уверенность — состояние ума, в котором ум выражает согласие суждению без боязни ошибиться; состояние бытия без сомнения, свобода от сомнения. Отсутствие страха ошибиться — негативный фактор уверенности; сознательно понятные причины для твердого согласия являются положительным фактором. (ru)
  • Впе́вненість, певність, самовпевненість — стан розуму (духовний стан), в якому він дає міцну згоду судженню без остраху можливості помилки; стан буття без сумніву, свобода від сумніву. (uk)
  • 信心(英語:Confidence,源自拉丁語“fidere”,意指“信任”)是一種心理狀態,無論是假設或預測是正確的,還是選擇的行動方案是最好的或最有效的。 因此,自信就是對自己的信任。傲慢或自大是一種自信狀態—相信某事或某人有能力或正確,而實際上他們沒有能力。過度自信或狂妄是過度相信某人(或某事)會成功,而不考慮失敗。自信可以是一種自我實現的預言。 自信的概念通常用作對個人判斷、能力、權力等方面的信心。一個人的自信心從成功完成特定活動的經驗中增加。 一種積極的信念是,在未來,人們通常可以完成自己想做的事情。自信與自尊不同,自尊是對自己價值的評估,而自信更具體地說是對自己實現某個目標的能力的信任;一項薈萃分析表明,這類似於對自我效能的概括。 亞伯拉罕·馬斯洛 (Abraham Maslow) 和他之後的許多研究者都強調需要區分作為普遍人格特徵的自信與針對特定任務、能力或挑戰(即自我效能)的自信。阿爾伯特·班杜拉 (Albert Bandura) 將自我效能定義為“相信自己有能力在特定情況下取得成功或完成任務”,因此該術語更準確地指代特定的自信。心理學家早就注意到,一個人可以擁有自信,認為他或她可以完成特定的任務(自我效能)(例如做一頓美餐或寫一本好小說),即使他們可能缺乏普遍的自信,或者相反儘管他們缺乏完成特定任務(例如寫小說)的自我效能感,但仍要自信。然而,這兩種自信是相互關聯的,因此很容易混為一談。 (zh)
  • Confidence is a state of being clear-headed either that a hypothesis or prediction is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective. Confidence comes from a Latin word 'fidere' which means "to trust"; therefore, having self-confidence is having trust in one's self. Arrogance or hubris, in comparison, is the state of having unmerited confidence—believing something or someone is correct or capable when evidence or reasons for this belief are lacking. Overconfidence or presumptuousness is excessive belief in someone (or something) succeeding, without any regard for failure. Confidence can be a self-fulfilling prophecy as those without it may fail or not try because they lack it and those with it may succeed because they have it rather than because of an innate abilit (en)
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  • Confidence (en)
  • ثقة (ar)
  • Упевненість (uk)
  • Уверенность (ru)
  • 信心 (zh)
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