Albert Bandura’s Observational Learning Theory and Imitation. By: Lianna Dehan and Trudy Marchica. Bandura’s Biography. Born December 4, 1925 in Mundare which is a small town in northern Alberta, Canada Received his bachelor degree in psychology at University of British Columbia.
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Albert Bandura’s Observational Learning Theory and Imitation
By: Lianna Dehan and Trudy Marchica
1. Observer may acquire new responses that were not in his repertory.
2. If model’s actions already exist in observer’s repertory, observation may strengthen or weaken inhibitory responses.
3. Sometimes observation of models draws out already known responses in observer