Social Learning Theory (SLT)

SophHatherlyx
Mind Map by , created over 6 years ago

A Level Psychology A2 (Aggression) Mind Map on Social Learning Theory (SLT), created by SophHatherlyx on 06/05/2013.

55
3
0
Tags
SophHatherlyx
Created by SophHatherlyx over 6 years ago
Improve your Learning using GoConqr
Micheal Heffernan
The Biological Approach to Psychology
Gabby Wood
computer systems and programming quiz
Molly Batch
MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH - UNIT 1, SECTION 2 - RELIGIOUS STUDIES GCSE EDEXCEL
Khadijah Mohammed
C1 Metals and their uses
mouldybiscuit
Aggression mind-map for A2 AQA Psychology
poeticjustice
Making the Most of GoConqr Flashcards
Sarah Egan
5 Steps to Learning Success
Andrea Leyden
10 good study habits every student should have
Micheal Heffernan
Study Tips to Improve your Learning
miminoma
Social Learning Theory (SLT)
1 A01
1.1 RORRIIV
1.1.1 SLT belives all aggression is learned. States we observe and imitate role models. in case of aggression, we might immitate parents or even tv. We identify with them and see rewards with positive reinforcement then more likely to immitate. learn vicariously, so observing consequences of others. over time, practise new behaviours and self efficacy increases
1.1.2 Role models, Observation, Reward, Reinforcement, Self efficacy, Immitate, Identify, Vicarious learning
1.2 BOBO doll experiement
2 A02
2.1 Support...
2.1.1 PHILLIPS- boxing matches. increased murder rates. immitate the aggression in boxing.
2.1.2 DOMMINICK- positive correlations between time playing video games and aggressive behaviour
2.1.3 DILL AND ANDERSON- 227 students, more videogames made them more aggressive
2.2 However...
2.2.1 Doesnt take bio into consideration. Testosterone linked with aggression, so is dopamine.
2.2.2 Most research was conducted on children, cant generalise to adults.
2.2.3 memory distorts over time, may not be reliable asking how long spent on video games as a child.
2.2.4 BOBO DOLL- may lack validity, children may have been aware
3 A03
3.1 GENDER BIAS- only conducted on males. not reflective of female behaviour
3.2 SOCIALLY SENSITIVE- may not want to admit about behaviour
3.3 CULTURE- !kungsan trible- never show negative behaviour, suggest cultural differneces in development

Media attachments