Social learning theory is an extension of behaviorism and a preview of existentialism. It is a collection of people or a movement, rather than a specific individual. But all of the theorists share an interest in how learning, social influence and behavior interact.
Read these posts (if there are links):
- Overview of Social Learning Theory
- Dollard & Miller
By the end of this lesson, you should be able to:
- Explain the advantages and disadvantages of social learning theory
- Compare and contrast behaviorism & social learning theory
- Describe Rotter’s formula for predicting behavior
- Describe Bandura’s observation learning studies
- Describe Dollard & Miller’s theory
Here are the Terms for Social Learning
Here are Notes on Social Learning
And now a Quiz about Social Learning
What behaviors define your personality?