Salazar CaseAsess - Salazar case from Ashford J.B Lecroy C.W Lortie K.L(2006 Human behavior in the social environment(3rd edition Belmont CA

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Salazar case from Ashford, J.B., Lecroy C.W., & Lortie, K.L.(2006) Human behavior in the social environment (3 rd edition). Belmont, CA: Thompson, Brooks/Cole A. Bandura's Social Learning Theory: learning through observation. Bandura's idea of self-efficacy is that people learn that performing certain behaviors will lead to expected outcomes. From a young age, Raul observes his sickly, depressed mother lying in bed and unable to care for her children. He never learns to cope with problems and anxiety because he does not observe these abilities in his mother. Erikson's Psychosocial Theory: innate development plan, individual must meet aspects of one stage of development before being able to move to next stage. Mrs. Salazar has some biological problems (e.g. nerves, fainting, seizure-like episodes, depression, general weakness, etc.) that Raul may have inherited from her and which may have inhibited his ability to move through psychosocial stages at the same rate as most children his age. His biophysical development might also be
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