SLT Alber Bandura

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  • Created on: 25-01-15 12:02

PROPOSED BY ALBERT BANDURA ( STATES THAT WE LEARN FROM THE ENVIRONMENT RATHER THAN AN INNER DRIVE slt is learnt through  REINFORCEMENT AND THE PROCESS OF MODELLING) 

ALBERT BANDURA (1977) - recognised the importance of the cognitive process and combined with OC to come up with the idea learnig occurs mainly through observation and immitation.

PENNINGTON (1986) - Identified THREE VARABLES that affected IMMITATION

  1. Role model charecteristics: Age, Gender, Social status 
  2. observer Charecteristics: self esteem, self efficacy 
  3. Consequences of behaivour ( positivle/negativley reinforced or punoshed?)

THIS HAPPENS IN FOUR MAIN STAGES...

1. OBSERVATION/ATTENTION 

  • observer pays attention to model in order to learn from them
  • Likely to be someone they look up to peers family members attractive high socuial status or desirable attribute.

2. RETENTION 

  • mental rehersal suggested by Bandura as a good way to remebr complicated behaivours
  • retainded so can be immitated atlater point 
  • This is the cognitive element 
  • can…

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