The learning that takes place when a person observes and imitates another's behavior is called
Observational learning is different from the associative learning described by behaviorism because it relies on_____________: The learner has to pay attention. remember, and reproduce what the model did
Learning that occurs when a person observes and imitates behavior.
Bandura's observational learning, also called imitation or modeling.
Often_______ takes less time than operant conditioning.
In observational learning, the first process that must occur is __________
In observational learning, you must encode the information and keep it in memory so that you can retrieve it.
Element of observational learning, is the process of imitating the model's actions.
In observational learning, the question is whether the model's behavior is followed by a consequence
Seeing a model attain reward for an activity increases the chances that an observer will repeat the behavior
Seeing the model punished makes the observer less likely to repeat the behavior
E. C. Tolman (1932) emphasized the idea that much of behavior is goal-directed
purposiveness of behavior
Unreinforced learning that is not immediately reflected in behavior
Latent learning (or implicit learning)
A form of problem solving in which the organism: it develops a sudden insight into or understanding of a problem's solution.
The tendency of animals to revert to instinctive behavior that interferes with learning.
Species-specific biological predisposition to learn in certain ways but not others.
Preparedness suggests that this association is related to the __________ and is difficult to modify
____________ can determine the content of learning
Mindset in which people believe that their qualities are carved in stone and cannot change
Mindset in which people believe their qualities can change and improve through their effort