Source: Video created by Barbara Ludins
(00:00-01:03) Social Learning Theory
We learn to expect a response or a consequence following a behavior; from this, we learn to anticipate the response if we engage in a behavior.
Costs/benefits have different values depending upon the individuals.
Belief in our own ability to perform a behavior, that we are competent to accomplish specific tasks
Modeling or repeating behaviors we have seen others perform.