1. How does Bandura's study show the role of vicarious learning?
- By showing that children act aggressive when with friends
- Even though children weren't punished or rewarded for acting aggressively, they still did it
- It doesn't
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2. How does Bandura propose that aggression is learnt?
- He doesn't propose a reason
- Positive Reinforcment
- Negative Reinforcment
3. What is the term for observing the consequences of an aggressive behaviour and deciding whether it is worth repeating?
- Classical Conditioning
- Operant Conditioning
- Vicarious Reinforcment
- Negative Reinforcement
4. What researcher over heard a child say 'Look Mummy! That's the doll we have to hit!' in Bandura's study leading to the studying having demand characteristics?
- Allender & Marcel (2003)
5. How is learnt behaviour maintained?
- Through learnt experience
- It isn't