believes that if we learned only in such a trial-and-error fashion, learning would be exceedingly tedious and at times hazardous. Instead, he says, many complex behaviors are the result of exposure to competent models. By observing other people, we can acquire knowledge, skills, rules, strategies, beliefs, and attitudes
attention, retention, motor reproduction, and reinforcement.
Bandura described four main processes that are involved in observational learning which are?
Warm, powerful, atypical people, for example, command ____ ______than do cold, weak, typical people.
To reproduce a model's actions, you must encode the information and keep it in memory so that you can retrieve it. THIS IS CALLED?
a third element of observational learning, is the process of imitating the model's actions called...
is a final component of observational learning. In this case, the question is whether the model's behavior is followed by a consequence.
Seeing a model attain a reward for an activity increases the chances that an observer will repeat the behavior—a process called .......
seeing the model punished makes the observer less likely to repeat the behavior—a process called ......
occurs when a person observes and imitates behavior. this type of learning takes less time than operant conditioning.
occurs when an individual encodes information and keeps it in memory so that it can be retrieved.