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1. Social learning theory: Which of the following is not an assumption of the social learning theory?

  • Learning can be a result of direct reinforcement and indirect or vicarious reinforcement
  • Observational learning had four conditions: Attention, retention, motor production and motivation
  • Learning can occur by observing role models in the environment
  • Instincts, or drives, motivate our behavior and energise the mind
  • Mediational processes, which lie between stimulus and response, influence our behavior.
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2. Behaviorist approach: Which of these is a key assumption of the approach?

  • Humans are information-processors
  • To be psychologically healthy, the real self and ideal self must be congruent
  • Behaviour is learnt from enviroment and experiences
  • Personality has three parts:the id, ego and superego
  • Mediational processes, which lie between stimulus and response, influence our behavior.

3. Social learning theory: How would you best describes Attention?

  • The individual replicates the behaviour shown by the model
  • The individual is keen to demonstrate the behavior that has been observed
  • The individual notices someone in their enviroment
  • The individual remembers what they observed

4. Social learning theory: During the Bobo doll experiment, which ending did not occur at the end of the video

  • The adult in the film commented neutrally on the behavior
  • The adult in the film commented positively on the behavior
  • The adult in the film commented negatively on the behavior
  • The adult made no comment

5. Behaviorist approach: What is classical conditioning?

  • When a classical musician conditions their hair
  • Learning due to association of a neutral stimulus with an unconditioned response
  • Learning due to the consequences of voluntary behavior, through positive and negative reinforcement and punishment.
  • The mental processes that occur in-between a stimulus and response that influence our behavior

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