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SLT says that behaviour can be learned directly as in Orthodox Learning Theory (Skinner
and Pavlov) and indirectly. According to the SLT, a person is more likely to imitate
another person's behaviour if the reinforcement is direct but indirect reinforcement still
works (as in the Bandura experiment). Indirect (or vicarious)…

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that gave no positive reinforcement and little affection. Parents who had
anti-social children often resulted to physical punishment, shouting and teasing
as a means of behaviour control. This study supports the SLT.



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For cross-cultural evidence to be supportive of SL, behaviour would be
different around the world. Margaret Mead…

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