Albert Bandura, Stanford psychologist at USC Annenberg

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Hmangaihi
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I am a Mass Comm student – good insights. Thanks.

Fabrice
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Bobo doll is an absolutely fascinating piece of investigation.

Promila
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Nice to hear the man I have been reading off and on. Thank you.

Felton
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Somewhat long drawn but with good insights.

Gitartha
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Needed some patience to sit through it, but was well worth it. Never saw Bandura ‘in person’.

saumya
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desparately looking for decent academic reviews of bandura’s ‘Psychological modeling: conflicting theories’. leads anyone?

Kathleen
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Is social cognitive theory Bandura’s most prominent contribution to social psychology? I tend to prefer his earlier work.

vishesh
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interesting lecture. thanks for sharing.

L Mefford
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‘models are an important source for learning new behaviors and for achieving behavioral change in institutionalized settings’. Is this true for institutionalized settings only. How about non-institutionalized settings..anyone?

V Jain
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I think the Mexican telenovellas had a direct impact on Indian tv serials as well – the Hum Log series in the 1980s.

Sneha
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lol very long intro bfore coming 2 bandura, interesting guy.

Oindrila
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I have to write a term paper and I am trying to read Bandura’s Social Foundations of Thought and Action, and I need some help on understanding ‘ triadic reciprocality’. hELP

ramesh
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Isn’t Bandura the one who conducted the Bobo doll experiments? I find his work on aggression quite interesting, if not inspiring. Good to hear him speak though.

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