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Social Cognitive Theory

It is a learning theory developed by Stanford psychologist Albert Bandura in the 60s/70s and provides an understanding of how people get influenced and in turn influence their environment.

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Social Cognitive Theory: How We Learn From the Behavior of Others

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Behaviourist B.F. Skinner had theorized that learning can only be achieved by individual action.

Social Cognitive Theory, however, states that an individual can learn by observing and imita...

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  • Attentional: When people observe their model.
  • Retention: When the observed information is remembered.
  • Production: When the...

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Models become a source of inspiration, motivation and are enablers of self-learning. Successful outcomes increase the observer’s self-efficacy and impacts one’s personal growth and change. This pos...

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