Developmental + Cognitive psychology

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What is Developmental Psychology?
Developmental psychology studies the biological, cognitive, social and emotional changes that occur in an individuals lifelong process.
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What is Social Learning Theory (SLT)?
Social Learning Theory is observational learning through vicarious reinforcement via seeing a role model being rewarded for their behaviour i.e not punished. These behaviours are then imitated in a novel situation.When
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What is Cognitive psychology?
Investigates how we process information and uses the computer analogy of stimulus and response.
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what is operant conditioning?
Operant conditioning looks at how behaviour can be controlled via positive and negative reinforcement.
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what is classical conditioning?
Classical conditioning is the unconditional (reflexive) response from a neutral stimulus. e.g Pavlov's dog
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Social Learning Theory is observational learning through vicarious reinforcement via seeing a role model being rewarded for their behaviour i.e not punished. These behaviours are then imitated in a novel situation.When

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Investigates how we process information and uses the computer analogy of stimulus and response.

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Operant conditioning looks at how behaviour can be controlled via positive and negative reinforcement.

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