Albert Bandura: Stanford Psychologist, in Conversation

” Accomplishment is socially judged by ill defined criteria so that one has to rely on others to find out how one is doing. “

Influential Stanford psychologist, professor Albert Bandura, is in conversation with fellow psychology professor Gian Vittorio Caprara of the Sapienza University of Rome. This recording is from August 26, 2013, in the studios of Stanford University, CA, USA. Listen in.

Inside the Psychologist's Studio with Albert Bandura

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Hmangaihi
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Hmangaihi

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

Fabrice
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Fabrice

Bobo doll is an absolutely fascinating piece of investigation.

Promila
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Promila

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

Felton
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Felton

Somewhat long drawn but with good insights.

Gitartha
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Gitartha

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

saumya
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saumya

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

Kathleen
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Kathleen

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

vishesh
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vishesh

interesting lecture. thanks for sharing.

L Mefford
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L Mefford

‘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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V Jain

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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Sneha

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

Oindrila
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Oindrila

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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ramesh

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.