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2005), we draw on social learning theory to suggest that ethical leaders use both normative and role-modeling roles to discourage destructive behavior and practices as well as enhance constructive learning.
Keywords: Digital piracy, social learning theory, low self-control, rational choice.
Thus, in line with social learning theory, the internalization of spoken and unspoken family rules contributed to the learned behavior of IPV (Kalmuss, 1984; Walker, 1979).
Self-efficacy is individuals' belief about themselves regarding their capabilities to perform a specific task (Bandura, 1994); it is an important constituent of social learning theory (Bandura, 1986).
Social learning theory and developmental psychology: The legacies of Robert Sears and Albert Bandura.
This simple rubric forms in part the basis of Albert Bandura's Social Learning Theory, in which he ascribes learning to the four codependent elements of attention, retention, repetition and motivation (Bandura, 1971).
In turn, these concepts are based on social learning theory, an attempt "to account for human behaviour in relatively complex social situations" (Rotter, Chance, Phares 1).
Frequently, these theories, along with interpersonal theories such as social learning theory (Bandura, 1977) and the social development model (Catalano & Hawkins, 1996; Hawkins & Weis, 1985), share theoretical constructs and concepts.
Social learning theory: An overview of Bandura's social learning theory.
Based on social learning theory and a broad range of adult learning theories, the EvaluLEAD framework put forward by Black and Earnest consider results that reflect episodic, developmental and transformative changes by using both observational and measurable data as well as more subjective data.
Entre sus obras mas importantes, ademas de las ya mencionadas se tienen diversos articulos y libros como Personality and Clinical Psychology publicado en 1967, Approaches to Therapeutic Behavior Change en 1970, Applications of a Social Learning Theory of Personality en 1972, y Personality en 1975.
Social learning theory means that deprived people can work better when they observe other person whom they believe are credible and knowledgeable.