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01/30 Wednesday 4 th week Learning = any relatively permanent change in behavior that’s based upon experience Social Learning We learn about many behaviors before we attempt them for the first time Observing the behaviors of others and from imaging the consequences of our own 2 chief components of social learning: modeling and imitation We are more likely to imitate behaviors that have been rewarding for others, and less likely to imitate behaviors that create unpleasant results for others We tend to imitate people we admire Advertisers routinely use endorsement from celebrities and sports figures, and images of the happy healthy, affluent people that most of us would like to be But we imitate others only when we have a sense of self-efficacy , when we perceive ourselves as along being able to perform the teas successfully Other types of learning Classical conditioning Learning to associate one event with another event This learning process follows highly specific rules
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 10 taught by Professor Zaidel during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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