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Social Cognitive Theory. EDF 250 Part II: Chapter 6 cont. Wednesday, September 22nd. Behaviorism Review Social Cognitive Theory Chapter 6 Self-Assessment (small groups). Classical – (Pavlov) Involuntary/Emotional/Physiological Behavior follows stimulus Neutral stimuli assoc. with UCS

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social cognitive theory

Social Cognitive Theory

EDF 250

Part II: Chapter 6 cont.

wednesday september 22nd
Wednesday, September 22nd
  • Behaviorism Review
  • Social Cognitive Theory
  • Chapter 6 Self-Assessment

(small groups)

behaviorism
Classical – (Pavlov)

Involuntary/Emotional/Physiological

Behavior follows stimulus

Neutral stimuli assoc. with UCS

Ex. Learners assoc. classrooms w/ warmth of teachers – pos. emotions

Operant – (Skinner)

Voluntary

Behavior precedes stimulus

Consequences of behavior influence subsequent behaviors

Learners attempt to answer to questions, are praised, so attempt increase.

Behaviorism
social cognitive vs behaviorism
Social Cognitive Behavior

Observable behavior, mental representations, expectations, beliefs

Environment, personal factors and behavior all influence each other

Reinforcement and punishment cause people to form expectations. Rein. only works when learners are aware of what behaviors will be reinforced.

Nonoccurrence of expected reinforcers act as punishers.

Behaviorism

Observable behavior

Environment influences behavior

Reinforcement and punishment are direct causes of behavior.

Social Cognitive vs. Behaviorism
self assessment
Self-Assessment
  • Small groups – one group at each table
  • Read the question, discuss and decide on a response.
  • COPY THAT RESPONSE ON PAPER

(in the event you don’t get finished in class you’ll need to have your group’s answers to submit)

  • Hit SUBMIT ANSWERS FOR GRADING
  • FILL IN YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME
  • Send to Instructor at scbarfield@msubillings.edu
  • You might want to send a copy to yourself for studying or if the email doesn’t go through to me, you can resend it without having to do it again.
  • You will hear from me by email re: points awarded
closure and review
Closure and Review
  • Behaviorism – Pavlov and Skinner
  • Social Cognitive Theory
  • Read Chapter 7 (Information Processing), submit Ch. 6 self-assessment, post Tech. #1 on SSF