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Social Learning Theory: Match the word to it's statement.

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Vicarious reinforcement

The role of mediation processes

The bobo doll

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Bandura and Walters (1963) stated that if an individual's model was punished for their behaviour then they would be less likely to imitate.

Bandura (1986) claimed that the observer must form a mental representation of what their model has done, and mediate between the consequences of that

Bandura et al (1961) study upon the social learning between groups of aggressive and non-aggressive children after they had observed a role-model


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