DP11.1 - Social Learning Theories (Continued) Developmental...

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Social Learning Theories (Continued) Developmental Psych 11/1/10 John Watson/BF Skinner – Behaviorists/associative learning - applied animal learning theory to human children - believed all behavior resulted from child’s history of punishment & rewards - classical and operant conditioning - viewed development of very continuous not stage-like o build up of learning from rewards and punishment o why does Susie like broccoli bc she always gets ice cream afterwards (classical) o why does alex bully kids on the blocks bc his friends laugh (operant) - Bandura social learning o You can learn from watching others get punished/reinforced o Bobo doll study Children observe adult model interact aggressively with bobo doll 3 conditions model rewarded for aggression model punished for aggression no consequence observe spontaneous behavior then learned behavior girls most likely with incentive least likely with punishment o Bandura: children learn from social reinforcement, even when they’re
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course PSYC 200.132 taught by Professor Lisafeigenson during the Spring '11 term at Johns Hopkins.

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DP11.1 - Social Learning Theories (Continued) Developmental...

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