Pro Social Behaviour

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Bandura - Social Learning Theory
we learn how to behave by observing others, consequences determine whether we bahve that way again
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Baran
found ids who watched an episode of the waltons which had an example of helping behaviour in it, later showed more helping behaviour than kids that didnt watch it
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Sprafkin
young children who watched an episode of lassie where a child resuced a dog in distress where more likely to give up the chance of winning a board game to save puppies in the game
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McKenna and Ossoff
pps 4-10 asked about moral message in an episode of power rangers, most knew there was a message but only 8+ could identify it under 8's foucsed on the violence but if parents helped the child the prosocial effects were maximised reducing the anti
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Valkenburg et al
only some forms of perental control were effective. social co-viewing did not benefit the child
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Singer and Singer
supports how parents can help reinforce prosocial messages. if they watch it with the child and then explain and discuss the moral content
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Rubenstien and Sprafkin
adolecents who had been hospitalised for psychiatric problems found post viewing discussion actally decreased prosocial behavioour. teenagers went against thwta the adult said
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found ids who watched an episode of the waltons which had an example of helping behaviour in it, later showed more helping behaviour than kids that didnt watch it

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young children who watched an episode of lassie where a child resuced a dog in distress where more likely to give up the chance of winning a board game to save puppies in the game

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pps 4-10 asked about moral message in an episode of power rangers, most knew there was a message but only 8+ could identify it under 8's foucsed on the violence but if parents helped the child the prosocial effects were maximised reducing the anti

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