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    reach their potential (Hill, N. (2009). In addition, studies have shown that a child’s educational accomplishment and cognitive development are the results of the child’s social environment. There have been a host of research on children’s social environment and its influences on academic achievement (Hill, 2009; Hall, 2007; Siraj and Mayo, 2014). The proposed theory for this study is the Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) (Bandura, 1977). This theory suggests that people learn from their…

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    Learning Theories Different views exists on the nature of learning. Based on observations and research, theories developed that help establish the basis for learning environments (Schunk 2012, 27). By looking in to the ways the people learn, museums develop effective educational programs. The theories serve as tools that can help museum educators ensure that visitors have and an educational experience at museums. Debate exists over which theory is most beneficial when creating educational…

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    driven to places on mental autopilot and then had to ask myself how I arrived there, my mind so focused on other things that my driving habits just automatically lead me to my physical location. Another theory of personality is Social-Cognitive Learning Theory, established by Albert Bandura. It states that individuals’ personalities are shaped by other people’s actions plus individuals’ own expectancies about learning. Some parts of the Social Cognitive Perspective are similar to Behaviorism,…

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    Application of the Social Cognitive Theory on Child Obesity The social cognitive theory (SCT) developed by Albert Bandura emphasizes how cognitive, behavioral, personal, and environmental factors interact to determine motivation and behavior (Crothers, Hughes, & Morine, 2008). The SCT is composed of four methods of goal realization: self-observation, self-evaluation, self-reaction and self-efficacy (Crothers, Hughes, & Morine, 2008). These factors are constantly influencing each other and used…

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    Numerous theories have been propounded to analyze developmental changes through stages in life from birth to old age. These theories vary in assumptions in each theoretical perspective. In analyzing Jessica’s case it has become clear that she is having low self-esteem because of negative thoughts and feelings about herself. In addition to that, she is struggling with eating disorder and going through emotion stress because of pressure at home. As a social worker, it is my conviction that this…

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    Social Cognitive Theory Social cognitive theory is the view that people learn by watching others. The social-cognitive theory is a conceptual aspect in which learning by observing others is the focus of study. A dominant psychologist of this theory was Albert Bandura. He found that this type of social learning was strengthened if the observer identified with their "model." This meant that children were more likely to repeat behaviors that they had seen other children of their age do, although…

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    In the third stage of the behaviorist school of thought we have the neo-neo behaviorist who are also known as socio-behaviorist. Sociobehaviorism began around the 1960’s and lasted until 1990. The leading figures in socio-behaviorism were Albert Bandura and Julian Rotter who incorporate a cognitive approach to the study of behavior. Although Bandura and Rotter were considered behaviorists, they were different from Skinner and other behaviorists before them in that they focused on cognitive…

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    Bray Amaraos is an individual that for most of his life was in a vicious cycle of chaotic social and personal influences that Bandura called reciprocal determinism. That is, external factors, such as rewards and punishments, internal factors, such as beliefs or thoughts, and behavior as explained in chapter 13 in our textbook. He observed violence at a tender age and believed that the world operates as such. I rationalize that Bray’s behavior and cognitive process can be evaluated through social…

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    part of our daily lives no matter where we turn. On social media, at the dining hall, lying in bed – media has found a home and it has no plans on leaving. We are always consuming media, whether we are trying to or not. When we do consume media, either intentionally or unintentionally, most of the time it can leave an impact. But the level of impact can reach as far as impacting our behaviors, allowing the media to dictate individual’s thoughts towards a specific topic. I do believe media has an…

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    Behaviourisme is a learning theory which is believe that it is a process happen if there is a changes in student behavior. It is must be seen and measure. Behaviourisme emphasize stimulus aspect and response in learning proses. Example, after teacher show the video in class about the subject, there is a changes in student’s behavior following what they understand in that topic. Cognitive analyze about how people think, learn the concept and how to solve the problem. Psychology cognitive said…

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