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Chapter Nine Social Cognitive Theory
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Overview The Triadic Reciprocal Causation Model Self-Control, Self-Regulation, and Self- Efficacy Becoming a Self-Regulated Learner Research on Social Cognitive Theory Using Technology to Promote Self- Regulated Learning
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Triadic Reciprocal Causation Model Personal characteristics Mental and emotional factors such as goals, anxiety, metacognition, and self-efficacy Behavioral patterns Include self-observation, self-evaluation, making changes in behavior to overcome or reduce perceptions, and creating productive study environments Environmental factors An individual’s social and physical environment
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Self Control, Self-Regulation, Self control Ability to control one’s actions in the absence of external reinforcement or punishment Self-regulation The consistent and appropriate application of self-control skills to new situations Self-efficacy How capable or prepared we believe we are for handling particular kinds of tasks
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Factors That Affect Self-Efficacy Performance accomplishments Verbal persuasion Emotional arousal Vicarious experience
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Behaviors Affected by Self-Efficacy Selection processes Cognitive processes Motivational processes Affective processes
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