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Social-Cognitive Perspective. Albert Bandura Interactions of persons and their environment. Affects our actions, perceptions, & environments we choose Reciprocal Determinism- our environment influences us, we influence our environment. . Social- Cognitive Perspective.

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social cognitive perspective
Social-Cognitive Perspective
  • Albert Bandura
  • Interactions of persons and their environment.
  • Affects our actions, perceptions, & environments we choose
  • Reciprocal Determinism- our environment influences us, we influence our environment.
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Social- Cognitive Perspective
  • 1. Different people choose different environments.
    • Sally wants to go to Harvard
    • Ben wants to go to see LMFAO
    • Paula wants to go to hang out at the mall

Each of these decisions, shapes who you are.

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Social-Cognitive Perspective

2. Our personalities shape how we interpret and react to events.

  • Anxious vs. secure
  • Optimistic vs. Pessimistic
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Social-Cognitive Perspective
  • Our personalities help create situations to which we react.
    • Class is rowdy
    • Butter up parents

**Behavior is an interplay between external and internal influences

how would you handle
How would you handle:
  • Getting a “C” on an AP Psych test?
  • Finding out you get to go to the Grammys?
  • Finding out your parents were adopting a baby from another country?
criticisms of the social cognitive perspective
Criticisms of the Social-Cognitive Perspective
  • Fails to take into account individuals inner traits, emotions,& unconscious motives.
  • Could Personality all really be determined by your interactions with society???
exploring your self
Exploring your SELF
  • “Imagine we’re all Psychology professors.”
  • Possible Selves- visions of all of the possible selves you dream of becoming.
    • Can change depending on situation.
    • Can help you achieve or bring you down.
perceiving your self
Perceiving your SELF
  • Attributions:
    • Internal- blaming the person
    • External- blaming the situations
  • Fundamental Attribution Error-
    • we have a tendency to blame others for their faults, and ignore the situation.
  • Self-Serving Bias-
    • we tend to take credit for our successes, and believe we caused them to happen.
    • We often seek out self enhancing info!
attributions
Attributions
  • Why did I do well on the term paper?
  • Why did you get in a car accident?
  • Why did she get fired?
  • Why is he a successful singer?

Give an example for each.

self esteem
Self Esteem
  • Feelings of self worth.
  • Does high self esteem cause you to be successful or does being successful cause you to have high self-esteem?
    • Low- likely to disparage others
  • Defensive self-esteem- contingent on external evaluations. “I feel good because I look good.”
  • Secure self-esteem- more contingent on internal evaluations. Who we are. “I feel good because I know I am a good person.”