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    Learning theorists believe at birth, humans are equipped with minimum instincts but have a great potential to learn. They also believe the human behaviour is attained in childhood and in adolescence. Through controlling the ways in which humans learn behaviour, society can largely impact and alter their ultimate personalities.
    Learning theory contains a broad range of learning methods. These include operant conditioning, classical conditioning, and observational learning.
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    the homework. This consequenceThe consequences will encourage
    Ivan Povlov experimented on dogs specifically and and discovered stimulus learning. At the sound of a bell, the dog would unconsciously salivate as it awaits its food. This is known as classical conditioning. If the subject is correctly stimulated it will give the appropriate response.
    Albert Bandura composed an experiment he made in which school children observed people punching a Bobo clown doll, and another group of young children were shown people petting the clown. Later, the children were left isolated in a room with Bobo and they were monitored through a one-way glass. Their behaviour resembled what they had been shown. This is called observational learning, when viewing social situations and what happens to those people. Bandura proposed that when humans observe behaviour, whether acceptable or unacceptable, they are more inclined to practice it.
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    Psychology: Learning Theory
    Learning theorists believe at birth, humans are equipped with minimum instincts but have a great potential to learn. They also believe the human behaviour is attained in childhood and in adolescence. Through controlling the ways in which humans learn behaviour, society can largely impact and alter their ultimate personalities.
    Learning theory contains a broad range of learning methods. These include operant conditioning, classical conditioning, and observational learning.
    B.F Skinner experimented on the learning capabilities of Animals. Pigeons and rats were trained to do a particular action, such as pressing a bar in a complicated sequence in order to gain a reward. In a different scenario, detention is given to a student if she or he does not complete the homework. This consequence will encourage students to practice the habit of completing tasks on time. This is done in hopes of preparing them for real-world situations, where harsher consequences will be issued if the desired expectations are not met. Learning through receiving rewards and punishments is called operant conditioning.
    Ivan Povlov experimented on dogs specifically and and discovered stimulus learning. At the sound of a bell, the dog would unconsciously salivate as it awaits its food. This is known as classical conditioning. If the subject is correctly stimulated it will give the appropriate response.
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    -Albert Bandura, Social Learning Theory, 1977
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    Psychology: Learning Theory
    Learning theorists believe that at birth, humans are equipped with minimum instincts but have a great potential to learn. They also believe that human behaviour is attained in childhood and through adolescent years. Through controlling the ways in which humans learn behaviour, society can largely impact and alter their ultimate personalities.
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    a complicated sequencesequence, in order
    Ivan Povlov experimented on dogs specifically and and discovered stimulus learning. At the sound of a bell, the dog would unconsciously salivate. This is what is known as classical conditioning. If the subject is correctly stimulated it will give the appropriate response.
    Albert Bandura composed an experiment he made in which school children observed people punching a Bobo clown doll, and another group of young children were shown people petting the clown. Later, the children were left isolated in a room with Bobo and they were monitored through a one-way glass. Their behaviour resembled what they had been shown. This is called observational learning, when viewing social situations and what occurs to those people. Bandura then proposed that when humans observe behaviour, whether acceptable or unacceptable, they are more inclined to practice it.
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  3. page Learning Theory edited ... Psychology: Learning Theory Learning theorists believe that at birth, humans are equipped wit…
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    Psychology: Learning Theory
    Learning theorists believe that at birth, humans are equipped with minimum instincts but have a great potential to learn. They also believe that human behaviour is attained in childhood and through adolescent years. Through controlling the ways in which humans learn behaviour, society can largely impact and alter their ultimate personalities.
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    "Learning would be exceedingly laborious, not to mention hazardous, if people had to rely solely on the effects of their own actions to inform them what to do. Fortunately, most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others one forms an idea of how new behaviors are performed, and on later occasions this coded information serves as a guide for action."
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    By controlling the way in which humans learn behaviour, society can have a great influence on their ultimate personalities.
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    Learning theorists believe that at birth, humans are equipped with minimum instincts but have a great potential to learn. They also believe that human behaviour is attained in childhood and through adolescent years. Through controlling the ways in which humans learn behaviour, society can largely impact and alter their ultimate personalities.
    B.F Skinner experimented on the learning capabilities of Animals. Pigeons and rats were trained to do a particular action such as pressing a bar in a complicated sequence in order to gain a reward. In a different scenario, detention as a result of incomplete homework for students in school teaches them to complete homework. This is done in hopes of preparing them for real-world situations, where there will be harsher consequences. Operant Conditioning is learning through receiving rewards and punishments.
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    Albert Bandura composed an experiment he made in which school children observed people punching a Bobo clown doll, and another group of young children were shown people petting the clown. Later, the children were left isolated in a room with Bobo and they were monitored through a one-way glass. Their behaviour resembled what they had been shown. This is called observational learning, when viewing social situations and what occurs to those people. Bandura then proposed that when humans observe behaviour, whether acceptable or unacceptable, they are more inclined to practice it.
    "Learning would be exceedingly laborious, not to mention hazardous, if people had to rely solely on the effects of their own actions to inform them what to do. Fortunately, most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others one forms an idea of how new behaviors are performed, and on later occasions this coded information serves as a guide for action."
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  5. page Learning Theory edited ... B.F Skinner experimented on the learning capabilities of Animals. Pigeons and rats were traine…
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    B.F Skinner experimented on the learning capabilities of Animals. Pigeons and rats were trained to do a particular action such as pressing a bar in a complicated sequence in order to gain a reward. In a different scenario, detention as a result of incomplete homework for students in school teaches them to complete homework. This is done in hopes of preparing them for real-world situations, where there will be harsher consequences. Operant Conditioning is learning through receiving rewards and punishments.
    Ivan Povlov experimented on dogs specifically and and discovered stimulus learning. At the sound of a bell, the dog would unconsciously salivate. This is what known called as classical conditioning and that if the subject is correctly stimulated it will giving the appropriate response.
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    to those people, learning happens.people. Bandura then
    "Learning would be exceedingly laborious, not to mention hazardous, if people had to rely solely on the effects of their own actions to inform them what to do. Fortunately, most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others one forms an idea of how new behaviors are performed, and on later occasions this coded information serves as a guide for action."
    -Albert Bandura, Social Learning Theory, 1977
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  6. page Learning Theory edited ... Psychology: Learning Theory Learning theorists believe that at birth, humans are equipped wit…
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    Psychology: Learning Theory
    Learning theorists believe that at birth, humans are equipped with minimum instincts but have a great potential to learn. They also believe that human behaviour is attained in childhood and through adolescent years. Through controlling the ways in which humans learn behaviour, society can largely impact and alter their ultimate personalities.
    Ivan Pavlov and B.FB.F Skinner experimented
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    Ivan Povlov experimented on dogs specifically
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    Albert Bandura came across this theory incomposed an experiment
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    "Learning would be exceedingly laborious, not to mention hazardous, if people had to rely solely on the effects of their own actions to inform them what to do. Fortunately, most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others one forms an idea of how new behaviors are performed, and on later occasions this coded information serves as a guide for action."
    -Albert Bandura, Social Learning Theory, 1977
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    Main Philosophy
    By controlling the way in which humans learn behaviour, society can have a great influence on their ultimate personalities.
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