Answer reinforcement values expectancy values self reinforcements self

Answer reinforcement values expectancy values self

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Answer reinforcement values expectancy values self-reinforcements self-efficacies Add Question Here Question 161 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Albert Bandura believes that one of the most important expectancies we develop concerns our capacity for producing a desired result. He called this concept Answer self-reinforcement. self-efficacy. congruence. organismic valuing. Add Question Here Question 162 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You are planning to get your doctorate in psychology. Do you believe you will be able to make the sacrifices, study long hours, conduct research, and write a dissertation? If you do, then Bandura would say that you have a high degree of Answer psychological drive. reinforcement value. self-efficacy. behavioral competence. Add Question Here Question 163 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Jill was invited to go snowboarding, an activity she has not done before. Jill believes she has the ability to learn snowboarding and keep up with her more experienced friends because she is a fast learner. Bandura would say that Jill shows high Answer self-actualizing. organismic valuing. congruence. self-efficacy. Add Question Here Question 164 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Bandura, _____ play a key role in shaping our lives by influencing the activities and environments we choose to get into. Answer self-actualization self-efficacy congruence organismic valuing Add Question Here Question 165 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The notion of self-reinforcement is important in the accounts of personality development provided by Answer traditional behaviorists. neo-Freudians. humanistic theorists. social learning theorists. Add Question Here Question 166 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question When Anthony gets a test paper back on which he earned an A, phrases like, “atta boy” and “good going” pop into his head; and he feels a sense of pride in his accomplishments. This illustrates the social learning concept of Answer the ego ideal. self-reinforcement.
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conditions of worth. unconditional positive regard. Add Question Here Question 167 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The fact that James allows himself one play on a video game after studying a half an hour illustrates the concept of _____ in social learning theory. Answer situational determinants expectancy self-reinforcement self-efficacy Add Question Here Question 168 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Gayle made a 98 on her term paper for psychology class. So, she treats herself to a manicure to reward herself for a job well done. Gayle is using Answer self-efficacy. conditional positive regard. conditions of worth. self-reinforcement.
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