Bandura and Reciprocal Determinism
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Bandura believed that people learning behaviour is affect through a triad of factors such as behaviour, your external environment and personal factors, such as: thoughts feelings and biological events. Each factor being affected by the others and in turn affecting the two other factors. This is what Baundura described as reciprocal determinism. Another important factor in his theory was the notion of what he called self efficacy, which is described as the learned expectation of sucess. This means that our efforts put towards success or our perception of success is largely determined by our belief of the likelihood of success (Bernstein, Cramer, Fenwick, & Fraser, 2008).


Bandura's
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Bandura's Theory Applied


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