Abstract enThe aim of this study was to determine the effect of different life experiences -camp life and the high and low rope tracks activities -on the perception of self-efficacy.86 volunteers participated in the study. The average age of participants was 21.31 ± 1.39 years. This study was done as pretest-posttest control group with quasiexperimental model and the data were collected using Self-Effectiveness-Efficacy Scale. It was determined that the camp activity and the content of it had no significant effect on the independent variable of gender (p>0.05), but had a significant positive effect on the participants' self-efficacy perceptions (p<0.05).As a result, it could be said that the whole camp life and activities created with rope trails have positive impact on perceptions of the participants’ self-efficacy.
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