Sources of Self-efficacy beliefs
4 main sources of influence
o Success or failure of social models impacts own self-efficacy.
o Banduras Bobo doll experiment: (look on youtube)
o Can facilitate m
Amplifies and records electrical activity in the brain
Small fast brainwaves associated with being alert and awake
Large, slow brainwaves associated with relaxation and falling asleep
All the sensations, perceptions, memories, and feelings you are aware of in any instant
Normal, clear, organized, alertness
Altered State of Consciousness (ASC):
Changes that occur in quality and pattern of mental activ
Good example, self-report test: Hogan Personality Test
Best measure athletic ability- participate triathlon
Aptitude tests measure- potential for learning
Achievement tests measure- previous learning in specific academic area
1st personality tests
Self Regulation Notes
Albert Bandura combines both behavioral and cognitive philosophies to form this theory of
modeling, or observational learning.
He sees the human personality as an interaction between the environment and a person's
Observational Learning - Modeling
Self-Efficacy Social Learning
bandura has conducted many studies involving observational learning/modeling. The modeling
process includes several steps:
1) Attention- In order for an individual to learn anything, he or sh
Behavior is learned through life experiences.
Learning occurs throughout the lifespan.
It is cross cultural.
Interpersonal behavior is a more complex operation of fundamental learning.
Overt & Cover
. Respondent Learning
(Pavlov and Watson)
Operant Learning Punishment examples:
Positive punishment Julia has a social phobia that causes her to skip meetings where she might
have to speak. She decides that every time she skips a meeting, she will have to do an extra hour
of paperwork. The ex
Life span: selfe-fficacy
Transitional experiences of adolescence
Reappraisals with advancing age
I.Infant - success in controlling environmental events cause more attention to behavior
Social Learning Outcomes:
Locus of control How one perceives control over events in their lives.
Internal consequence of their own choice
External consequence of anothers power
Perceived self-efficacy Self judgment about ones ability to organize and execu
Basic kinds of sleep
Rapid Eye Movements (REM):
Fast, irregular EEG patterns
Associated with dreaming
Sleep is very light
Body is very still during REM sleep
Lack of muscle paralysis during REM sleep is called REM Behavioral