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SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
Prepared By Victoria G. Johnson
Thoughts
BehaviorEmotions
THE
COGNITIVE
TRIANGLE
EDWIN B. HOLT (1873 – 1946)
• Learning can occur in response to internal need and drives (sets
grounds to motivation theor...
MILLER & DOLLARD’S
SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY
• Combined behavior with the idea of reinforcement and motivation
• Habits are l...
BEHAVIORISM
• Learner is essentially passive
and only responds to external
stimuli
• Behavior is shaped by positive
and ne...
SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
(ALBERT BANDURA)
• Behavior is self-regulated – it takes
place in one’s mind
• Learning new behavi...
THEORIES OF
PERSONALITY
SOCIAL COGNITIVE
THEORY
Theory of Personality:
a set of assumptions or hypotheses about the nature...
SOCIAL LEARNING
THEORY
SOCIAL COGNITIVE
THEORY
Highlights that humans
learn by observing others
and modeling that
behavior...
APPLICATION IN
A WORKPLACE
• Informal learning is the
unofficial, unscheduled,
impromptu way most of us
learn to do our jo...
INFORMAL LEARNING
SOCIAL COGNITIVE
THEORY
VICARIOUS LEARNING
SOCIAL COGNITIVE
THEORY
SOCIAL COGNITIVE
THEORY
SOCIAL COGNITIVE
THEORY
Social Cognitive Theory In a Workplace
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  1. 1. SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY Prepared By Victoria G. Johnson Thoughts BehaviorEmotions THE COGNITIVE TRIANGLE
  2. 2. EDWIN B. HOLT (1873 – 1946) • Learning can occur in response to internal need and drives (sets grounds to motivation theories) • Behavior is purposive and goal directed • Most famous published in 1931, Animal Drive and the Learning Process: An Essay Toward Radical Empiricism • People learn imitation skills by being imitated (same as animals) SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
  3. 3. MILLER & DOLLARD’S SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY • Combined behavior with the idea of reinforcement and motivation • Habits are learned behavior patterns that set one’s personality Governed by: * Cue: Signals from environment that guide responses * Drive: Any stimulus strong enough to force one to act (e.g. hunger) * Response: Any behavior (internal or external) or actions * Reward: Positive reinforcement SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
  4. 4. BEHAVIORISM • Learner is essentially passive and only responds to external stimuli • Behavior is shaped by positive and negative reinforcement • Behaviorism excludes all internal events, such as thinking, memory and emotions • Reinforcement and punishment, positive and negative, increase or decrease the possibility of behavior repetition SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
  5. 5. SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY (ALBERT BANDURA) • Behavior is self-regulated – it takes place in one’s mind • Learning new behavior occurs by observing the behavior of other people • Humans have outcome expectancies • Self-efficacy – is one’s sense of self-esteem and competence in dealing with life’s problems
  6. 6. THEORIES OF PERSONALITY SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY Theory of Personality: a set of assumptions or hypotheses about the nature and mechanisms of personality development. Current view of individual’s personality: Humans are active beings that use cognitive functions to analyze events, anticipate the future, and interact with other people.
  7. 7. SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY Highlights that humans learn by observing others and modeling that behavior, in addition to their own experiences and existing knowledge.
  8. 8. APPLICATION IN A WORKPLACE • Informal learning is the unofficial, unscheduled, impromptu way most of us learn to do our jobs. Informal learning is like riding a bicycle: the rider chooses the destination and the route. The cyclist can take a detour at a moment’s notice to admire the scenery or help a fellow rider. • Formal learning is like riding a bus: the driver decides where the bus is going; the passengers are along for the ride. People new to the territory often ride the bus before hopping on the bike. SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
  9. 9. INFORMAL LEARNING SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
  10. 10. VICARIOUS LEARNING SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
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