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    • Key principles
      • 1. response consequences influence repetition of behaviour
      • 2. vicarious learning
      • 3. modelling of behaviour
    • Bandura
      • regards behaviour as driven by reciprocal determinism: person/behaviour/environment
        • personal factors: conginitions, traits, emotions, biology
        • behavioural factors: can also impact cognitions and feelings
        • environmental factors: can impact both other factors e.g. ozone layer and use of sunscreen
      • Bobo doll study (1961)
        • 72 children, 3 conditions (agg, non-agg and control)
        • observational learning doesn't always work
    • In sum:
      • a learning process from childhood
      • children learn from role models, mainly through observational learning
      • dynamic, complex process
      • :)
        • uses experiments, accounts for cog processes
      • :(
        • doesn't account for biology adequately, difficulty accounting for all behaviour
    • Agency and self-regulation
      • we have FW
      • goals are a crucial part of learning and development
        • achievement depends on self-regulatory processes
          • self-praise, evaluation of attainment, self-efficacy and self-criticism
    • Self-efficacy
      • our estimates of our own capacities and beliefs in our abilities to obtain desired results
        • these effect our actual agency


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