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Observational Learning . Albert Bandura . University of British Columbia University of Iowa Adolescent Aggression President of APA . Theory. Behaviourism: variables one can measure, observe and manipulate Personality: environment causes one’s behaviour Reciprocal Determinism .

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albert bandura
Albert Bandura
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Iowa
  • Adolescent Aggression
  • President of APA
theory
Theory
  • Behaviourism: variables one can measure, observe and manipulate
  • Personality: environment causes one’s behaviour
  • Reciprocal Determinism
observational learning or modeling
Observational learning or Modeling
  • The bobo doll
  • Attention
  • Retention
  • Reproduction
  • Motivation
motives
Motives
  • Past reinforcement
  • Promised Reinforcements
  • Vicarious reinforcement
negative motives
Negative Motives
  • Past punishment
  • Promised punishment
  • Vicarious punishment
self regulation
Self-regulation
  • Self-observation
  • Judgement
  • Self-Response
results of excessive self punishment
Results of excessive self-punishment
  • Compensation
  • Inactivity
  • Escape
way to improve poor self concepts
Way to improve poor self concepts
  • Regarding self-observation
  • Regarding standards
  • Regarding self-response
modeling theory
Modeling Theory
  • States: if you can get someone with psychological disorder to observe someone dealing with the same issues in a more productive fashion the first person will learn by modeling the second.