theories bandura/mischel

  1. processes that determine what is atended to and therefore what is learned through observation
    attentional processes
  2. belief that acting a certain way n a certain situation will have  a certain consequence
    behavior-outcome expectancy
  3. an uninteded, or fortuitous, meeting of persons that has thepotetial to alter significantly the lives of those involved
    chance encounter
  4. those variables thought by mischel to determine how a person selects, percieves, interprets, and uses the stimuli confronting him or her
    cognitive social person variables
  5. cognitive social person variable that descrives what a person know and what he or she is capable of doign
  6. according to mischel, the persistent belief that human behavior is more cinsistent than is indicated by experimental evidence
    consistency paradox
  7. postponement of a small, immediate reinforcer in order to obtain a larger, more distant reinforcer
    delay of gratification
  8. reers to the fact that there is often a  ong delay between when something is learned observationally and when that learning is translated into behavior
    delayed modeling
  9. expectancies that do not result in effective interactions with the environment
    dysfunctional expectancies
  10. cognitive social person variable taht determines which aspects of the environment are slected for attention and how those aspects are interpretted by the individual
    encoding strategies
  11. cognitive social person variable that determines how individuals anticipate events in their lives
  12. reinforcemnt that results from sources outside of the person
    extrinsic reinforcement
  13. within social-cognitive theory, freedom is determiend by the number of opions available to people and their right to exercise them
  14. conscious planning and intentional execution of actions that influence future events
    human agency
  15. any theorist who contends it is the interaction of person variables and situation variables that determines behavior at any given moment
  16. self-reinforcement
    intrinsic reinforcement
  17. behavior that is in accordance with internalized moral principles
    moral conduct
  18. those processes that determine the circumstances under which learning is translated into behavior
    motivational processes
  19. those processes taht determine what behavior a person is physically capable of performing
    motor reproduction processes
  20. learning taht results from attending to something
    observational learning
  21. type of modeling that requires the observer to participate in the modeling experience
    participant modeling
  22. what a person believes he or she is capable of doing
    perceived self-efficacy
  23. those standards that must be met or exceeded before one experiences self-reinforcement
    performance standards
  24. variables contained within the person that determine how he or she responds to a situation
    person variables
  25. mischel's quantification of the amount of consistency found in human behavior
    personality coefficient
  26. within social-cognitive theory, any procedure that corrects dysfunctional expectancies
  27. contention that person variables, situation variables, and behavior constantly interact with one another
    reciprocal determinism
  28. within social-cognitive theory, this provides information concering what behavior will be effective in a given situation 
  29. those processes that determine how experiences are encoded into memory for possible future use
    retentional processes
  30. ability to tolerate a delay in gratification
  31. what a perosn is actually capable of doing
  32. expectancy one has concerning one's ability to engage in effective behavior
    self-efficacy expectancy
  33. cognitive mechanisms a person can employ to escape the self-contempt that ordinarily results when a person acts contrary to an internalized moral principle
    self-exonerating mechanism
  34. behavior governed by intrinsic reinforcement and punishment 
    self-regulated behavior
  35. cognitive social learning person variable that determines the circumstances under which an individual experiences self-reinforcement and self-punishment
    self-regulatory systems and planes
  36. variables in the environmet that provide the setting in which person variables manifest themselves
    situation variables
  37. name given to Bandura and Mischel's theory because of its emphasis on the social and cognitive origins of human behavior
    social-cognitive theory
  38. belief that one environmental event will be folowed by another specific event that has been consistently associated with the first event in the past
    stimulus-outcome expectancy
  39. cognitive social person variable that determines under what circumstances a person will translate what has been learned into behavior
    subjective values
  40. modeling involving something other than a live human, for instance, a film, television, instructions, reading material, or a demonstration
    symbolic modeling
  41. therapetic procedure whereby a client is asked to imagine a series of interrelated anxiety-provoking scenes until they no longer cause anxiety
    systematic desensitization
  42. punishment that comes form observing the negative conseqences of another person's behavior
    vicarious punishment
  43. reinforcement that comes form observing the positive consequences of another person's behavior
    vicarious reinforcement
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theories bandura/mischel
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