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Bandura, (1963) explained aggression in humans by the means of the `social learning theory', which
suggests that behaviour (including aggression) can be learnt by the observation of others; vicarious
learning. Individuals are more likely to imitate a model's behaviour if the model is similar to oneself,
such as being the…

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However a disadvantage of the study is the sample size as only 21 incidents were studied, this is an
issue as the low number may not be suitable to use to generalise to the general public, consequently
this decreases the findings of the study as well as a decrease of…


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