Social Cognitive Theory

IB Psychology: Social Cognitive Theory

Social Cognitive Learning Theory – formerly known as Social Learning Theory – assumes that humans learn behaviour through observational learning—in other words, people can learn by watching models and imitating their behaviour. Sometimes the model is trying to have a direct effect on the learner—for example, when a teacher instructs children how to solve a problem—but often models serve as indirect models,...


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