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Considering that breast cancer cases are increasing every year, it is important to promote early detection practices such as breast self-examination (BSE). Female students' ability to routinely perform a practice to prevent a disease may be affected by self-efficacy, their belief in their ability to produce an expected result that can affect their life. On the other hand, performing BSE will also promote students' self-efficacy. The present study aims to find out the correlation betweendoi:10.18502/kls.v6i1.8738 fatcat:uhjeme23jvg7bmp7z7wy3h4k5u