Social Cognitive Theory - Minh Trang

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1. Components

1.1. The Behavioral Model

1.1.1. Attention

1.1.1.1. Pay attention

1.1.1.2. Pick out

1.1.2. Retention

1.1.2.1. Symbolic representation

1.1.2.2. Mental conception

1.1.3. Reproduction

1.1.3.1. Action

1.1.3.2. Behavior

1.1.4. Motivation

1.1.4.1. Valued activities

1.1.4.2. Expected positive consequences

1.2. Reinforcement of the Modeled Behavior

1.2.1. The consequences for performance

1.2.1.1. Vicarious

1.2.1.2. Self-imposed

1.2.1.3. Realistic

1.2.1.4. Perceived

1.2.2. The rewards for behavior

1.2.3. The punishments for behavior

1.3. Cognitive Processes

1.3.1. Setting goals

1.3.2. Self-regulation

1.3.2.1. Self-observation

1.3.2.2. Judgmental processes

1.3.2.3. Self-reaction.

1.4. Self-Efficacy

1.4.1. Mastery

1.4.1.1. Learning

1.4.1.1.1. Through mistakes

1.4.1.1.2. To overcome obstacles

1.4.1.1.3. To manage failure

1.4.1.2. Mastery of a skill

1.4.2. Social Modeling

1.4.3. Social Persuasion

1.4.4. Reading Your State

2. Benefits

2.1. A comprehensive theory that takes human behavior, cognition and environment into account

2.2. Addresses how reinforcement and punishment as well as self- efficacy effect motivation and how an individual will work to attain goals

2.3. Focuses on the importance of self- regulation in learning

3. Assumptions

3.1. 1. Learning occurs by observing and modeling

3.2. 2. Internal process and cognition of observe behavior may or may not lead to the leaning performance.

3.3. 3. Behavior is goal directed-goal are set and behavior is directed to a accomplishshinng the goal (motivation driven).

3.4. 4. Behavior is eventually self-regulated

3.5. 5. Punishment and reinforcement have indirect effect on the learning process.

4. Background of the theory and theorist

4.1. Theory

4.1.1. Bandura’s Development of SCT - Research on Aggression & Behavior Modification - Research on Social Learning, Personality Development & Behavior Modification - Development of SCT and Research on Self-Efficacy - 1953: Accepts Professorship at Stanford University - 1963: Conducts Bobo Doll Experiment modeling aggressive behaviors toward dolls with three groups assigned a model that was punished, rewarded or no consequence, for their aggressive behavior. - 1977: Published Social Learning Theory - 1986: Publised Social Foundations of Thought and Action: A Social Cognitive Theory - 1995: Published Selft Efficacy in Changing Societies.

4.2. Theorist

4.2.1. Albert Bandura was born December 4, 1925 in the northern Alberta, Canada.

4.2.2. 1949 graduated form the University of British Columbia with degree in Psychology

4.2.3. 1952 received Ph.D in clinical Psychology in the University of Iowa.

4.2.4. 1974 become the president of the American Psychological Association

4.2.5. 2004 was elected as the he outstanding lifetime contribution to Psychology, American Psychological Association.