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Bandura Social Cognitive Theories

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Chris McBorrough PYSC 200 Child Development Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory Made in 2003- By Albert Bandura, PH.D Humans are adaptive and creative they can live in different regions and are capable of survival. Psycho-dynamic theory, by Freud, places the causes of behavior in the individual. The Video states that Social cognitive changes occurs during and interplay of behavior, personal and environmental occurrences. The interface of influences is called triadic reciprocal causation. There are four processes to observational learning Attention- people have to pay attention to the modeling events and pick up the significant aspect. Symbolic representation- Observers have to translate what they see and the conception of it. Transformation to actions- Observers have to convert the conception into appropriate courses of actions. Motivational incentive- People need to be motivated to put their observations into practices. (The Booboo-doll experiment is expressed in this video.)
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Unformatted text preview: Bandura stated that Self Efficacy is a person’s belief in their ability to produce desired results by their own actions. Major ways of developing efficacy Mastery- overcoming obstacles Social Modeling- when people see others like themselves they come to believe that person have what it takes to succeed. Social persuasion- if people are persuaded they exert more effort to succeed. Physical and emotional states- are read in order to judge their capabilities. And there are effects of efficacy Cognitive -Motivational -Emotional -Decisional -This video is 3/5 It didn’t really focus on child development, it was more about aggression and how human are the pilot to their own success. Other then the booboo- doll experiments the video did really have allot of information about the developing child. It still had some significant information toward psychology as a whole. Chris McBorrough PYSC 200 Child Development...
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