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ABSTRACT Wulandari, Soniya. (2011). The influence of giving Feedback toward Self Efficacy of participants in a training. Thesis, Faculty of Psychology University of Muhammadiyah Malang. Advisors: (1) Drs. Tulus Winarsunu, M.Si. (2) Zakarija Achmat, M.Si. Key words: feedback, self efficacy In training, giving feedback often conducted as evaluation on given information. Based on assignments conducted, it is obtained information on whether someone has been conducted his/her assignment appropriately or not. Giving feedback whether in the term of time (immediate/delay) and in the term of content (positive/neutral/negative) will influence someone self efficacy. Self efficacy is self belief own by someone in kiriman to organize and to have action need in facing specific situation that possibly unclear, unpredictable, and full of pressure. It becomes the basic premise to test whether there is any influence on giving feedback toward self efficacy of participant in training. Variable in this study is the content of feedback (positive/neutral/negative) as the first independent variable, the time for giving feedback (immediate and delay) as the second independent variable and efficacy as dependent variable. Participant in this study is the students of University of Muhammadiyah Malang that is recruited openly, they are 18 persons. This study uses Randomized Control Group Posttest Only Design by grouping the participant in factorial (3×2). Instrument in this study uses self efficacy scale that has been tested, by sample of 60 persons and is stated as valid and reliable. Data as the result of treatment in experiment is analyzed by anava 2 line technique. The result obtained in this study shows that hypothesis said that there is influence of giving feedback content (positive/neutral/negative) toward self efficacy of participant is accepted, by p-value is 0,010 (< 0,05). Meanwhile, hypothesis that said there is influence of giving time feedback (immediate/delay) toward self efficacy participants is rejected, by p-value is 0,641 (> 0,05), and hypothesis said that there influence of giving content feedback (positive/neutral/negative) and time of giving feedback (immediate/delay) toward self efficacy of participants is rejected, by p-value for time * content is 0.458 (> 0,05), the conclusion is that there is no significant difference on interaction factor in the category of giving time feedback with the content of feedback toward self efficacy .