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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/13/11 Personality Theory Tanita D. Wright
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2/13/11 There are 2 main theories Behaviorism Theory Behavior that is shaped by the environment Explores behavior through observation Social-Learning Theory Close contact Imitation of superiors Understanding of Concepts Role Model Behavior
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2/13/11 Tabula Rasa John Locke “Blank Slate” Experience writes on slates Characteristics Equal
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2/13/11 Classical Conditioning Multi-level approach to methods of learning Associative Learning Learning and Memories Stimulus – Reinforcer - Behavior
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2/13/11 Key Concepts: Four Basic Elements: Ø Unconditioned Stimulus Ø Unconditioned Response Ø Conditioned Stimulus Ø Conditioned Response
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2/13/11 Operant Conditioning Instrumental Conditioning Associative Learning Shaping Behaviors
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Unformatted text preview: Rewards - Punishments 2/13/11 Key Concepts: Reinforcers are continuous and partial Rewards and Punishment Shapes Behavior 2/13/11 Reinforcement Continuous Reinforcement Partial Reinforcement Condition Generalized Reinforcement (money) Extinction 2/13/11 Bandura’s Social-Learning Theory Modeled Events Attention Retention Motor Reproduction Process Motivational Processes 2/13/11 Self-Efficacy Four Sources of Self-Efficacy Performance Vicarious Experience Verbal Persuasion 2/13/11 References for Information obtained: The Background: Persons, Human Nature, and Culture, Chapter 3 www.Age-of-the-sage.org www.learning-theories.com/social-learning...
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