Autoeficacia Musical Y Ansiedad Escénica: Variables Relacionadas En Músicos En Formación

  • Luis Manuel Cuartero Oliveros Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
  • Francisco Javier Zarza Alzugaray Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
  • José Elías Robles Rubio Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
  • Óscar Casanova López Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain


The explanatory capacity of self-efficacy on achievement has made it one of the main psychological constructs on the field of educational research. Perceptions of self-efficacy become more relevant, if possible, in musical education whose purpose is professional practice and in the end public performance. Music performance anxiety, for its part, has been studied in numerous investigations, finding itself responsible for academic failure and even dropping out the musical career. Both constructs are related and influence the attainment of achievement. This study reveals the relationship between these two constructs, obtaining inversely proportional correlations between the factors musical self-efficacy for performing and vulnerability and stage anxiety cognitions of music performance anxiety; delving into the knowledge of both constructs are also observed differences according to sex. The results obtained provide the necessary evidence to deepen the knowledge of the variables that lead to musical achievement.


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Oliveros, L. M. C., Alzugaray, F. J. Z., Rubio, J. E. R., & López, Óscar C. (2017). Autoeficacia Musical Y Ansiedad Escénica: Variables Relacionadas En Músicos En Formación. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 13(25), 1.