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Albert Bandura

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Stefany Jeong

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Transcript of Albert Bandura

The Bobo Doll Experiment
Youtube Clip-
Bobo Beatdown (Crash Course)
The question...
Personal Life
The theory and...
The influences
In conclusion...
Take a moment to look around! You will soon notice that we learn from the experiences and observation of others.
Thank you for listening!
1980- Distinguished Contribution Award, International society for Research on Aggression.
1980- Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award, American Psychological Association.
1998- Distinguished Lifetime Contributions Award, California psychological Association.
1999- Thorndike Award for Distinguished Contributions of Psychology of Education.
2001- Lifetime Achievement Award, Association for the Advancement of Behaviour Therapy.
2003- Lifetime Achievement Award, Western Psychological Association.
2004- Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology, American Psychological Association.
2005- Distinguished Achievement Alumi Award, University of Iowa.
2006- Gold Metal Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contribution to Psychological Science, American Psychological Foundation.
2006- Career Achievement Award for Outstanding Contributions in Self-Concept Research, Self Centre.
2011- Lifetime Achievement Award for Contributions to the Social Sciences, Stanford University.
2012- Lifetime Career Award, International Union of Psychological Science.
2008- University of Louisville Grawemeyer award.
16 Honorary doctorate degrees from various universities.
Albert Bandura
The Social Learning Theory
What is it?
How do you learn?
Researches and Works
Albert Bandura and
The Social Learning Theory
Adolescent aggression

Social Learning and Personality Development

Principles of Behaviour Modification

Psychological Modelling

Social Foundations of Thought and Action


Mechanisms Governing Organisational Productivity in Complex Decision Making Environment

Impact of Conceptions of Ability on Self-regulatory Mecanisms and Complex Decision Making

Social Cognitive Theory of Organisational Management

Effect of Perceived Controllability and Performance Standards on Self-regulalation of Complex Decision Making


Childhood to Adulthood
Albert Bandura was born on December 14, 1925 in Mundare, Canada.

Despite his lack of education during childhood, he received a
in psychology from the University of British Columbia and
in University of Iowa.

Accepted a position at Stanford University.
Commencement of the study- The Social Learning Theory
Influences and his Colleagues
Robert Sears, psychology department chair
(at the time) influenced Bandura to follow
up his research at the University of Stanford.

First dotoral student of Albert Bandura- Richard Walters, collaborated in the study of the Social Learning Theory.

Their work was published as Adolescent Agression.
The Social Learning Theory puts
emphasis on learning through
observation, modelling and
imitation rather than classical
and operant conditioning.
Raised awareness and influenced awareness of the importance of role modelling, especially on children.

Provided further understanding of aggression and psychological disorders- behaviour modification.
Achievements throughout his career
1974- Elected as the 82nd President of the Psychological Association.
1980- Elected as the Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
1989- Elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences.
From Learning to Success
"Accomplishment is socially judged by ill defined criteria so that one has to rely on others to find out how one is doing."
-Albert Bandura
In conclusion...
We would like to ask you again.
How do you learn?
PETTY, Kathryn
JEONG, Stefany

Psychology YR10, 2015
This is clearly shown in the learning of children.

Learning through observation requires active
constructive and judgemental process.

The Bobo Doll Experiment
provide evidence in the theory.
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Now let's test if you have REALLY been listening :)
up for grabs!
Q) Albert Bandura was born on December 4, _________.
a) 1923 b) 1924 c) 1925
Now let's test if you have REALLY been listening :)
up for grabs!
Q) His famous experiment __________ was conducted to provide evidence for __________.
Now let's test if you have REALLY been listening :)
up for grabs
Q) The Social Learning Theory was initially outlined by Albert Bandura and his colleague _________ in __________.
1- a) Walter Rich b) Richard Walnut c) Richard Walters
2- a) 1962 b) 1977 c) 1992
Now let's test if you have REALLY been listening :)
Chuppa Chupps
up for grabs!
Q) The Social Learning Theory raised awareness of the importance of m________. This led to an improvement of the e_______s_______ and p_________.
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