Bandura: Social learning theory
Learning in a social context, people learn from one another, learning can take place without behaviour change.
Live: Actual person. Verbal: Description of behaviour. Symbolic:TV, game ect.This teaches new behaviour. To be effective, attention, retention (remember) motor reproduction (replicate) and motivation must be present. Self-efficency: Believe capable. Self-regulation: Choosing how to act. BOBO DOLL EXPERIMENT.
Learning without performance: Distinction between learning through observation and actual imitation of whats been learnt.
Cognitive processing during learning: Attention is critical.
Expectations: Result of being reinforced, people form expectations about future behaviour and consequences.
Reinforcement and punishment have indirect effects on learning, they influence the extent to which an individual exhibits the behaviour.
Social learning stages: Attention, rettention, motivation. Observer is reinforced by model. Consequences effect behaviour.
Early years: Workers are role models so should demonstrate good behaviour. Table mannders, dress, language and attitutes. Reinforce good behaviour, tell off the bad.
Day care: Praise others, play and reward, treatments.
Residential home: Model behaviour, friendships, attitudes and illness.