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11/28 1. Personality a. Behavioral System Approach i. Learning theories 1. Bandurg a. “Bobo” Doll experiment i. Took 12 year old kids 1. 3 conditions a. Kids watched adults beating up a plastic doll with another adult praising them for doing it b. Kids watched adults beating up a plastic doll with another adult chastising them for doing it c. Kids watched adults beating up a plastic doll with another adult just watching them for do it 2. After viewing these conditions, kids were put in the same situations 3. Kids did the same thing as the adults who were just “modeling” 2. Rotter a. Locus of Control Theory i. Learning depends on reinforcement ii. The meaning of the reinforcing event that is crucial to the individual 1. Expectancies are learned iii. 2 different views of behavior 1. Internal Locus of Control a. If you determine whether or not you are going to be successful and no one or nothing else is involved else 2. External Locus of Control a. If you believe that fate, luck or chance or destiny
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Savare during the Fall '07 term at SUNY Albany.

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12/28 - 11/28 1. Personality a. Behavioral System Approach...

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