UNT PSYC 4520 - End of the Behavioral, Social Learning Approach (14 pages)

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An end to the behavioral, social learning approach


Lecture number:
28
Pages:
14
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of North Texas
Course:
Psyc 4520 - Personality
Edition:
1
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PSYC 4520 1st Edition Lecture 28 Outline of Last Lecture I Application Self Efficacy Therapy A Self efficacy B Expectations C Sources of efficacy expectations D Guided mastery II Assessment Behavior Observation Methods A Behavior as a problem B Direct observation C Self monitoring D Observation by others III Strengths and Criticisms of the Behavioral Social Learning Approach A Strengths B Criticisms Outline of Current Lecture I Individual Differences in Gender Role Behavior A Traditional gender roles and learning II Masculinity Femininity These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute A Masculinity and femininity B Congruence model C Masculinity model D Androgyny model III Gender Type and Psychological Well Being A Support for the different models IV Gender Type and Interpersonal Relationships A Character sketches V Unmitigated Communion A Unmitigated communion VI Observational Learning of Aggression A Learning aggression through observation B Bandura s four step model VII Mass Media Aggression and Aggressive Behavior A Studies B Violent video games VIII Learned Helplessness A Learned helplessness B Learning to be helpless C Learned helplessness in humans IX Some Applications of Learned Helplessness A The elderly B Depression X Locus of Control A Locus of control B Locus of control and well being C Locus of control and health Current Lecture I Individual Differences in Gender Role Behavior A Traditional gender roles and learning i Traditional stereotypes portray men as aggressive independent and unemotional and women as passive dependent and affectionate ii Men and women behave differently for a few reasons While biological differences play a role behaviorists and social learning theorists point to a lifelong process of gender role socialization People acquire maintain gender appropriate behaviors via through operant conditioning and observational learning iii



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