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Social Cognitive Theory Podcast

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Transcript of Social Cognitive Theory Podcast

Robert Carter, Cha-Tia Frazier, Claire Mistler,Kayla Parrott, Dawn Solomon, and Beth Walker
PSY/405 Dr. Gary Cusick
March 23, 2015

Social Cognitive Theory Podcast
Introduction
Main Tenets of
Cognitive Social Theory
OBSERVATIONAL LEARNING OCCURS WHEN AN INDIVIDUAL IMITATES ANOTHER PERSONS BEHAVIOR
INTRINSIC REINFORCEMENT OCCURS WHEN AN INDIVIDUAL RECEIVES A REWARD FOR BEHAVIOR
THE FOUR STEP MODELING PROCESS MUST BE USED IN ORDER FOR A BEHAVIOR TO CHANGE
How those tenets
affect social behavior
Learning How to Walk


Example of How Social Cognitive Theory Relates to Behavior
References
In Conclusion
Main tenets of Cognitive-Social theory
How those tenets affect social behavior
Demonstration of relationship between theory and behavior
Differentiation using other learning theories
Strengths and Limitations of Cognitive Social Theory

Bahavioral change models. (2013). Retrieved from http://sphweb.bumc.bu.edu/otlt/MPH-Modules/SB/SB721-Models/SB721-Models5.html

Feist, G. J., & Roberts, T. (2013). Theories of Personality (8th ed.). Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection.

Cherry, K. (2015). Social Learning Theory. Retrieved from www.psychology.about.com: http://psychology.about.com/od/developmentalpsychology/a/sociallearning.htm


OBSERVATIONAL LEARNING
INTRINSIC REINFORCEMENT
FOUR STEP MODELING PROCESS
1. ATTENTION
2. RETENTION
3. REPRODUCTION
4. MOTIVATION
Limitations
Strengths
ATTENTION:
THE INDIVIDUAL MUST
FOCUSED & ALERT
LEARN THE
NEW BEHAVIOR
RETENTION:
THE INDIVIDUAL
MUST BE ABLE
TO RETAIN
THE INFORMATION
REPRODUCTION:
THE INDIVIDUAL
MUST BE ABLE
TO APPLY THE
LEARNED BEHAVIOR
MOTIVATION:
THE INDIVIDUAL MUST
BE MOTIVATED TO USE
THE NEW LEARNED
BEHAVIOR
Able to evolve
Growth in other fields
Explains how factors influence development
Loosely structured
Ignored certain factors:

Biological
Normal
Emotion
Conflict
Motivation
Differentiation
Using Other
Learning Theories
ERIK ERICKSON-HIERARCHY OF NEEDS
EXAMPLE: LEARNING TO WALK
STAGES MUST BE COMPLETED IN PHASES
STAGE 1 IS THE SAFETY STAGE/FOOD AND COMFORT
STAGE 2 IS THE AUTONOMY VS SHAME & DOUBT STAGE-LEARNING INDEPENDENCE
Social Cognitive Theory
Aron, A., Coups, E. J., & Aron, E. N. (2014). Statistics for Psychology (6th ed.). Retrieved from E-campus.
Gatorade. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.gatorade.com/company/heritage
Images provided by: Google. (2014). Google Images. Retrieved from https://images.google.com/
Statisticisfun (2010, September 25). An example of how to z score and hypothesis testing [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube website: https://www.youtube.com/ watch? v=L8QR7wxmmQg
University of Minnesota Duluth. (2007). Normal Distributions. Retrieved from http://www.d.umn.edu/~dfalk/research/W&G07% 20ch %204%20normal%20dist.htm



References


Restate the question as a Research Hypothesis and a Null Hypothesis about the population
Determine the Characteristics of the Comparison Distribution
Determine the cutoff sample score of comparison to eliminate the Null Hypothesis
Determine your Sample Score on the Comparison Distribution
Decide whether to reject the Null Hypothesis

Example of Hypothesis Testing

Testing The Null Hypothesis

Z-test

Testing the null hypothesis

Null hypothesis and Alternative Hypothesis
Does a Null Hypothesis that has been proved incorrect mean that the Alternative Hypothesis is true?

Research Hypothesis cont.

Aron, Aron, and Coups definition
µ₁=µ₂·¹
“Alternative Hypothesis”

Research Hypothesis

Hypothesis Testing

Hypothesis
Theory
Inferential Statistics

The Null Hypothesis Dawn Solomon

The Alternative Hypothesis Alicia Cissell

Using a Z-Test to test Null Hypothesis Cha-Tia Frazier

Videos, Charts and Examples Robert Carter


Introduction

Learning Team B
Robert Carter, Alicia Cissell, Cha-Tia Frazier, and Dawn Solomon
July 29, 2014
PSY/315
Brent Engel

Hypothesis Testing Presentation

“If you build it, they won’t come”

“If you build it, they will come”



Null Hypothesis
The opposite of the research hypothesis





The Null Hypothesis

Video Demonstration
Full transcript