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Unformatted text preview: / . : HP 300 Exam 2 Review Sheet ”i this it’é !, §oéial Cognitive Therm; [$ng ' People learn behaviors by observing outeomaefilrg‘ others” behaviors 0 Reciprocal Determinism: Wilt; DLiltnglWll’l‘ , Qflv‘uonmgnj; influence each other 0 F All three factors are constantl changing. 6/ . . y _ ivemeotcwo Observational learning: learning that takes place by watching hQr l9 0 Two types of observational learning: I VMLQQM likely to perform behavior if you observe someone being rewarded for hisfher behavior ' vjcflriatfpgmlghnm : less likely to perform behavior if you observe someone being punished for behavior Personal factors to behavior change: _ ' Behavioral capacity: for successful observational learning, a person must have WM and uélillLa - Sen—efficacy: funnel ”*5 moq impormnfln dating? Wham ' Expectation and Expectancies . Self-control 7 SDC—l‘ll’wfll’llfiw WW3 (mm ppm“) ' Emotional arousal management Environment and Situation affect observational learning: ' Environment: ifiélmlmflfidfi Jim 2930]“ Thai QM +th i’ behavio I" 0 Social environment o Physical environment 0 Built environment 2 €Wr?““r buildlngg . situation: $11; ‘3‘]wa The ghflmimm M‘EWWML * 99W 401' ll til; Ming ’1ka (obsvrmofiql learning) 1!. Interdegendence Thong! 1 Social Influence {SII . ' Dyad: a pair of people that includes a (n) {153% and fflrgfll‘ - Two types of dyadic relationships: 0 Formal [alDOI‘Dr’P‘lrlenfl o Informal (Wrm‘lg’filfl'ly {Eng/Rd?) ...
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