Classical Conditioning; behaviors can be assiociated with responses.
Operant Conditioning; people tend to repeat behaviors that have a positive result or are reinforced.
Social Cognitive Theory; people observe and imitate the behaviors of others and their reactions to rewards and punishments are filtered by their own perceptions and thoughts.
Cognitive Theory; four stages of cog. develp. at each new state inidividuals incorporate new experiences into what they know based on skills they have devleoped earlier in previous stages.
Sociocultrural Theory; children are social beings and develop their minds through interactions with parents, teachers, and other students.
Psychosocial Theory; Personality development occurs during eight stages of life. At each stage, people face and must successfully resplve a pshychological or social conflict. If they don't, their unsuccessful resolution will affect future stages of their development.
Moral Development; there are three levels of moral development. Beginning in childhood, everyone follows the same progression, although not all individuals attain the highest level.