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social learning theory

emphasizes learning through observation

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social cognitive theory

cognitive factors (beliefs, self-perceptions, expectations) added

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triarchic reciprocal causality

explanation of behaviour; mutual effects of individual and environment on each other

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enactive vs vicarious learning

e: by doing
v: by observing

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four phase model

- attention
- retention
- production
- motivation

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modelling effect

acquiring new behaviour as a result of observing a model

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inhibitory effect

suppression of deviant behaviour after model getting punished

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dis-inhibitory effect

engages in deviant behaviour when there's no punishment

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eliciting effect

behaviours of the same class

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ripple effect

contagious spreading of behaviours through imitation

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cognitive behaviour modification

procedures based on behavioural/cognitive learning principles for changing your own behaviour (self-talk/instruction)