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Unformatted text preview: amp; cognitive-cog. = vehicle for learning from ppl.
C-Learning by Others’ Example
-1-Models and Modeling
-a-model-performs action for audience
-b-modeling-bhv. done by model
-a-symbolic modeling-conveying info via verbal & pictorial representation of info in
order to adopt bhv. assoc. w/awards
-3-Turning observations into behavior
-a-internal representation-turning observations into bhv. through application of skills
-5-Incentives-observation of model getting reward engenders anticipation of same reward for that
bhv. in observer
D-Goals and Self Regulation
-1-goals-anticipated achievements consistent with current personal standards
-2-self-regulatory processes-cog./affective functions that guide efforts towards goal achievement
E-Self-Efficacy: Correction of Harmful bhv.
-1-self-efficacy-self-regulatory process abt. own ability to perform bhv. to yield expected outcome
-a-performance accomplishment-doing causes belief in self to accomplish
-2-participant modeling-imitating model’s effective bhv. beneficial, esp. when used to fail
F-Other Things we learn from models, besides bhv.
-1-expectancies-a-vicarious expectancy learning-adoption of others’ expectancies of future events
-2-creativity, facilitation & innovation
-a-response facilitation-old responses dis-inhibited by watching model’s bhv.
-b-diffusion of innovation-models present new bhv. & display positive outcome to
-i-new learned bhv.’s longevity based on permanence of incentives
G-Resilience-ability to recover from failure & frustration
H-Rewards Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com
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Vocabulary List – by Daniyel Hoffman -1-extrinsic rewards-originate outside indiv. (i.e. $)
-2-intrinsic rewards-originate from inside indiv. (i.e. self-satisfaction)
-3-intrinsic motivation-desire for intrinsic rewards
-4-self-evaluation-assessment & judgement of own performance
-5-vicarious reinforcement-observing other getting a reward for bhv.
-6-social comparison-evaluation of external rewards based on comparison to others in similar
-1-defense behaviors-coping with expected negative outcomes
-b-BAT-Behavioral Avoidance Test
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