Bandura: Social Cognitive Theory
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Bandura calls the capacity to exercise control over our lives
According to Bandura, the four core features of human agency are intentionality, ________, self-reactiveness, and self-reflectiveness.
Bandura's triadic reciprocal causation assumes that personal conduct is a function of
Bandura believes that cognition
is determined by behavior and environment
The notion that behavior is a consequence of a mutual interaction of three forces is what Bandura calls
Triatic reciprocal causation
Bandura's P, or person, factor includes
thought, memory, physical characteristics and social role
In Bandura's theory, chance encounters enter at which point in the triadic reciprocal causation paradigm?
Bandura calls situations in life beyond one's deliberate control
Chance encounters or fortuitous events
Bandura views human agency as
Capacity to exercise control over your life.
According to Bandura, _____ is a person's expectations that he or she can or cannot execute the behavior necessary to effect a successful change in a particular situation.
Self-efficacy enters Bandura's reciprocal determinism paradigm at the point of
To Bandura, self-efficacy is synonymous with with
(none of the above)
Bandura claims that self-efficacy can be increased or decreased through
vicarious experiences, emotional arousal, or performance accomplishments
Ordinarily, the strongest source of self-efficacy, according to Bandura, is
Bandura believes that
People have different levels of self efficacy in different situations
According to Bandura, collective efficacy is lowered when
People believe things in other parts of the world affect them, (All of the above)
The first requirement for internal self-regulation, according to Bandura, is
The bureaucrat who anwers criticism by responding "That's the way things are done around here" is using Bandura's disengagement technique of
A rapist excuses his violent assault on his victim by claiming that she provoked the attack by dressing provocatively. According to Bandura, this technique of disengagement is
Blaming the victim
For Bandura, learning through modeling involves
adding and subtracting from behavior, (All of the above)
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