Social Learning Theory and Preparedness

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Social Learning Theory
The idea that learning comes from the observation and imitation of role models.
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Vicarious Reinforcement
Learning through the positive consequences of other people's actions rather than firsthand - we are more likely to copy if they are rewarded.
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Modelling
Imitating the behaviour of someone.
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Preparedness
The tendency to learn some associations more easily, quickly and permanently than others.
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One-Trial-Learning
Learning a classically conditioned response in a single association between the neutral stimulus and the unconditioned stimulus.
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Learning through the positive consequences of other people's actions rather than firsthand - we are more likely to copy if they are rewarded.

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Vicarious Reinforcement

Card 3

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Imitating the behaviour of someone.

Back

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Card 4

Front

The tendency to learn some associations more easily, quickly and permanently than others.

Back

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Card 5

Front

Learning a classically conditioned response in a single association between the neutral stimulus and the unconditioned stimulus.

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