Chapter 11, Observational or Social Learning, QUICK QUIZ A, Exercise 1
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In observational learning, the person performing a behavior is the m ________; the person watching the behavior is the o ________.

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The person's behavior or actions might be imitated by the person who is witnessing it.


Where there is observational learning involved, there is a person who learns from another. The person who learns by observing is the observer and the person who is modeled upon is the model. For instance, a person watching another person holding the door for elderly people entering a room is learning from that observation. This person is the observer and the person holding the door for the elderly entering a room is the model.

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  • model

  • observer

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