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In our blog, we aim to look at the social learning theory to understand the concept of “who am I” through looking at others and “who they are”. We look at how kids, aged 0-6 and teenagers can observe and imitate others around them and how that influences them.

Definition of learning

Learning is defined by DRISCOL as “A persisting change in human performance or performance potential as a result of the learner’s interaction with the environment” (Driscoll, 1994, pp. 8-9).

Shuell (1986) clarified learning as “An enduring change in behavior, or in the capacity to behave in a given fashion, which results from practice or other forms of experience” ( p. 412)

This video shows social learning theory in kids from the movie Big Daddy (a bad example of course!)

Are you Easily Influenced by Others?

Did you ever wonder if you are easily influenced by others around you? Are you affected by what they do and find yourself observing and imitating them? Take this quiz to find out. https://www.psychologies.co.uk/tests/are-you-easily-influenced.html

Social learning theory

Social learning theory is based on the idea that we learn from our interactions with others in a social context. By observing the behaviors of others, people develop similar behaviors. After observing the behavior of others, people assimilate and imitate that behavior, especially if their observational experiences are positive ones or include rewards related toContinue reading “Social learning theory”

What makes you you?

The integration between the three different dimensional factors , Environmental, behavioral factors and your own personal factors, draw the outline of your behavior. it justifies who am I ?

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