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Unformatted text preview: Learning ► Learning is the acquisition of internal codes or representations that may serve as guidelines for future behavior. Van Meter Ed Psy 421 Spring 2009 Triadic Reciprocity Triadic Reciprocity E P B Vicarious Learning and Reinforcement ► Learning Enactive Vicarious ► Reinforcement Direct Vicarious Van Meter Ed Psy 421 Spring 2009 Observational Learning: The Model ► Any stimulus array so organized that a person can abstract and act on the main information being conveyed without first having to perform overtly provides information must be organized includes people, text, television, etc. Functions of the Model: New Behaviors demonstrate procedures mental modeling ► ► e.g., steps in shooting a layup, steps in a lab experiment, etc. ► Characteristics of the model: competent trustworthy or deserving similar Van Meter Ed Psy 421 Spring 2009 Observational Learning: Consequences of Behavior ► Behavior may be ► Functions reinforced punished no consequence ► No consequences increases importance of Van Meter Ed Psy 421 Spring 2009 Functional value Provides information model Observational Learning: The Learner ► Learner is engaged in processes of observational learning. ► 4 necessary learning processes attention retention motor reproduction motivation ► Self­efficacy Van Meter Ed Psy 421 Spring 2009 Analyze the Video Analyze the Video Models Reinforcement Affordances E P B Initial Behavior Actions Behavior Change Characteristics Individual Differences ...
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