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Albert Bandura. FACTS: Albert Bandura was born on December 4, 1925. Where: Mundare in northern Alberta, Canada. Albert Bandura is currently living and well in contrast to our other Theorists.

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albert bandura
Albert Bandura

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FACTS:
  • Albert Bandura was born on December 4, 1925.
  • Where: Mundare in northern Alberta, Canada.
  • Albert Bandura is currently living and well in contrast to our other Theorists.
  • He was awarded the Distinguished Scientist Award from the American Psychological Association (APA) in 1972
  • He was elected president of the APA in 1974. 

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  He was the youngest child and only boy among six children in a family.
  •   Both of his parents had immigrated to Canada when they were both adolescents; his father from Krakow, Poland, and his mother from the Ukraine. 
  • His parents placed a high value on educational attainment, although neither of them had any formal education. 
  • For example, his father taught himself to read three languages: Polish, Russian, and German

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behaviorism
Behaviorism
  • Albert Bandura’s theory is another attempt to explain human personality.
  • Behaviorism on experimental methods, focuses on variables we can observe, measure, and manipulate, and avoids whatever is subjective, internal, and unavailable for example mental.  In the experimental method, the standard procedure is to manipulate one variable, and then measure its effects on another.  All this boils down to a theory of personality that says that ones environment causes ones behavior.

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As in behaviorism the video below is a video with Albert Bandura explaning Social Cognitive Theory.
  • Social Cognitive Theory, used in psychology, education, and communication, posits that portions of an individual's knowledge acquisition can be directly related to observing others within the context of social interactions, experiences, and outside media influences.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SW9I7X9Wmqo&feature=related

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theory
Theory
  • Bandura found everything in agression in children to be a little bit to simple for his taste so he added something in there in behaviorism. He suggested that environment causes behavior and vice versa that behavior makes the enviroment.
  • Bandura called this reciprocal determinism: and stated that the world and peoples behavior cause each other.

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personality
Personality
  • Bandura decided that he wanted to go a step further and look at peoples personality in three different ways

1. The environment, 2. Behavior

3. A person’s psychological processes.

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Personality
  • In that point in time he introduced imagery.
  • Introducing this he fails to be a strict behaviorist.
  • He begins to join the ranks of the cognitivists. 
  • He is often considered a father of the cognitivist movement!

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Albert Bandrua decided that he wanted to go further and be more open minded that other Theorists. With Observational Learning (modeling) and Self-Regulation.

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Studies

  • Albert Bandura is responsible for more than 100 studies but the one that is his most famous and most known study is the bobo doll study.
  • In the Bobo-Doll study,everything was filmed so it started out with you women attacking Bobo Dolls, hitting it, calling it names and in general trying to destroy it.
  • As Bandura new it would happen the children followed as seen from their mother figure.

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bobo doll study process step by step
Bobo-Doll StudyProcess step by step
  • The woman punched the clown, shouting sockeroo!
  • She kicked it, sat on it, hit with a little hammer, shouting various violent phrases. 
  • Bandura showed his film to groups of kindergartners who, as you might predict, liked it a lot. 
  • They then were let out to play. 
  • In the play room, were several observers with pens and clipboards in hand, a brand new bobo doll, and a few little hammers.

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bobo doll study process step by step12
Bobo-Doll StudyProcess step by step
  • A lot of little kids beating the air out of the bobo doll. 
  • They punched it and shouted sockeroo, kicked it, sat on it, hit it with the little hammers. 
  • They copied the mother figure just as in the video.

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http www youtube com watch v vdh7mngntni
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdh7MngntnI

On the link above, is the link to the video of Albert Banduras Bobo-Doll Study in which Albert Bandura explains what is going on step y step.

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social learning theory according from notes on ormond s human learning
Social Learning Theory According from notes on Ormond's Human Learning

What the social learning theory from notes on Ormond’s Human

Learning suggest is that there is 8 rules and implications on learning behaviors in class rooms Social learning theory has numerous implications for classroom use.

1. Students often learn a great deal simply by observing other people.

2. Describing the consequences of behavior can effectively increase the appropriate behaviors and decrease inappropriate ones. This can involve discussing with learners about the rewards and consequences of various behaviors.

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3. Modeling provides an alternative to shaping for teaching new behaviors. Instead of using shaping, which is operant conditioning, modeling can provide a faster, more efficient means for teaching new behavior. To promote effective modeling a teacher must make sure that the four essential conditions exist; attention, retention , motor reproduction, and motivation.

4. Teachers and parents must model appropriate behaviors and take care that they do not model inappropriate behaviors.

5. Teachers should expose students to a variety of other models. This technique is especially important to break down traditional stereotypes.

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6. Students must believe that they are capable of accomplishing school tasks. Thus it is very important to develop a sense of self-efficacy for students. Teachers can promote such self-efficacy by having students receive confidence-building messages, watch others be successful, and experience success on their own.

7. Teachers should help students set realistic expectations for their academic accomplishments. In general in my class that means making sure that expectations are not set too low. I want to realistically challenge my students. However, sometimes the task is beyond a student's ability, example would be the cancer group.

8. Self-regulation techniques provide an effective method for improving student behavior.

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banduras writing
Banduras Writing
  • Bandura did not only test and compete against other theorists with studys and expirements, he also competed with them in writing.

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modeling and its different effects in people
Modeling and its different effects in people.
  • Acquisition - New responses are learned by observing the model.
  • Inhibition - A response that can or may be made is changed when the observer sees a model being punished.
  • Disinhibition - A fade out in fear by observing a model's behavior goes unpunished in a feared activity.

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Facilitation - A model elicits from an observer a response that has already been learne.
  • Creativity - Observing several models performing and then adapting a combination of characteristics or styles.

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bandura
Bandura
  • Bandura has helped and served

Psychology in a number of ways and

created history in the process. With his

Intelligence and view of the world from a

Perspectives that not many people

throughout the history of psychology.

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awards
Awards
  • In 1972, he received a distinguished achievement award from the American Psychological Association and a Scientist Award from the California State Psychological Association. 
  • In 1974, Bandura was elected president of the American Psychological Association. 
  • In 1980, he was elected the president of the Western Psychological Association. 
  • He received the Thorndike Award for Distinguished Contributions of Psychology to Education from the American Psychological Association in 1998. 
  • In 2004, he also received the Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology Award from the American Psychological Association.
  • Bandura has also received several honorary degrees from universities all over the world

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In Banduras search for

Finding out the behaviors

Of different people throughtout

Different studys and

Expirements. He achived

And his name will be in hisotory as

one of the best psychologists ever.

With the achievment of learing about behaviors and studding if behaviors are learned he concluded” ones environment causes ones behavior.” And vice versa.

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http://allpsych.com/biographies/bandura.html

http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/bandura.html

http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/crimtheory/bandura.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Bandura

http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/history/bandura.html

http://www.des.emory.edu/mfp/bandurabio.html

http://www.the-shrink.info/Theory_Behaviorist.htm

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