Bandura 's Social Cognitive Theory

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Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory Video Notes Triadic Reciprocal Causation Describe what triadic reciprocal causation is. Albert Bandura, introduced triadic reciprocal causation as a term referring to mutual influences between three sets of factors: personal, the environment, and behavior. This can be a cognitive factor for memory, anticipation, and planning. How is triadic reciprocal causation of social cognitive theory different than earlier behavioral learning theories? Triadic reciprocal causation of social cognitive theory is different than earlier behavioral learning theories because Triadic reciprocal causation is a term referring to mutual influences between three sets of factors: personal, the environment, behavior.…show more content…
First effect is it teaches aggressive styles of conduct. Second effect is it weakens restraints against aggression by glamorizing violence.Third effect is it habituates and desensitizes reactions to cruelty. The fourth effect is it shapes our images of reality. Self Efficacy Define self-efficacy Albert Bandura , defined self-efficacy as a person’s belief in their ability to succeed in specific situations or accomplish a task. This can determine how a person approach their goals, tasks, and challenges. Name and describe the 4major ways that one can develop a strong sense of self-efficacy as presented in the video by Bandura. self-efficacy is developed through mastery, social modeling, social persuasion, and physical and emotional states. Mastery experience- successors build a robust belief in ones efficacy. The development of a resilient sense of efficacy requires overcoming obstacles Social modeling- when people see others like themselves, succeed by sustained effort they come to believe that they too have what it takes to succeed Social persuasion - if people are persuaded they have what it takes to succeed , they exert more effort and avoid focusing on their doubts when problems arise. Physical and emotional states- their own physical and emotional state correctly in order to judge their capabilities. Stress but see depression can lower one sense of efficacy How does self-efficacy
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