7 - social context We learn not only what people tell us or...

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social context. We learn not only what people tell us or reward us, much we learn that we saw in someone else (model). Education of children claim a child learns the behavior of parents, we want to direct this kind of learning in a positive way, to internalize this learning intervention is required . Example: There are many ways to speak, whether we learn to be different professors from sitting in lectures? The answer is yes and no. The university has a norm that to be a university professor should only vocational training and lecturing . World Executive - Managers think they can take an employee who worked with them for a long time and make it to the manager . It's not the same thing to learn about how and how should, the employee feeling that he would learn that it's different than viewers who need to learn . Observational learning processing conditions : 1 . Attention - to tell an employee "Watch what we do know how to behave in a meeting to replace me." That the worker will notice and learn best . 2 . Memory - if the employee shall record what he saw and remember and be able to pass on this later . 3 . Practice, give the employee to try to develop such a meeting . 4 . Motivated to learn - to evaluate the boss, the job learning, have a desire to learn . 3 . Cognitive approach: rational. Focuses on the recognition (cognition), namely: the hidden information processing, mediating between stimuli and responses . Experiment: One researcher, Koehler did experiments on chimpanzees that are similar intelligent person. One of his experiments with the famous chimp "Sultan" she is more intelligent . The purpose of the experiment: Resolution - Use of different things to reach that goal . Course of the experiment: Sultan placed him outside the cage bars was a banana, there was also a long stick that he had reached him, he had only a small stick, Sultan was hungry and nervous and wanted the banana . 1 . Sultan tried to reach out and reach the banana, he could not, he was very angry . 2 . Sultan brings to the big stick and then with a little stick with a big stick
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brings the banana, he knew what to do . The difference between Phase 1 and 2? 2 was thinking, the brain process and was back on the action . Sultan took the approach of using objects to hit the target and the second time was not annoyed at his inability to hit the target, he found the means to correct . Characteristics of the learning process : 1 . Suddenly - an experience we understand how to solve a particular exercise. There was a stage of trial and error, he suddenly realized the full solution, partial solution was not the way . 2 . Back - you could repeat the solution again and again without going through the process, then once he understood the principle and can skip this step and shouts nervous bringing the banana .
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