Theories and Models

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Unformatted text preview: ­efficacy Observational learning Reinforcement Expectations Fonzie teaches Chachi how to use a condom. Fonzie teaches Chachi how to use a condom. Reciprocal determinism Expectations Behavioral Capability Observational learning Richie tells Joanie she’s smart to want Richie tells Joanie she’s smart to want Chachi to use a condom. Expectation Expectation Self­efficacy Reinforcement Observational learning A good example of a strategy for increasing A good example of a strategy for increasing self­efficacy when weight loss is the goal: Mrs. C decreases dessert portion size. Mr. C eliminates all fat from his diet. Fonzie eats only apples and water. Richie starts running 2 miles a day. This theory helps us understand how new This theory helps us understand how new ideas and social practices spread within a society: Diffusion of Innovation Health Belief Model Transtheoretical Model Social Cognitive Theory Diffusion of Innovations Diffusion of Innovations...
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This document was uploaded on 02/19/2014 for the course HED 491 at SIU Carbondale.

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