Social Cognitive Theory Analysis Assignment Instructions
For this assignment, you will view the video about Banduras Social Cognitive Theory (Davidson, 2003). Complete this Banduras Social Cognitive Theory Video Notes document. You must answer each question using complete sentences and following current APA format. For the final question, you will construct at least one solid paragraph of at least 400 words in answer to the question. You must use at least 1 scholarly source in your paragraphs.
You must write complete sentences and follow current APA guidelines. You can cite direct quotes from the video as follows: (Davidson, 2003). You can see how to complete the reference for the video at the end of these instructions.
Those with high self-efficacy are more likely to approach obstacles as
challenges to be mastered rather than threats to be avoided (Bandura, 1997, p. 39).
Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 3.
Banduras Social Cognitive Theory Video Notes
Triadic Reciprocal Causation
Describe what triadic reciprocal causation is.
How is triadic reciprocal causation of social cognitive theory different than earlier behavioral learning theories?
Modeling and Observational Learning
Name and describe the 4 processes of observational learning.
Describe 4 effects of viewing televised aggression according to Bandura.
Name and describe the 4 major ways that one can develop a strong sense of self-efficacy as presented in the video by Bandura.
How does self-efficacy differ from self-esteem?
Name and describe 4 effects of efficacy beliefs.
Share at least 2 verses/passages regarding being a good example and/or role model to others. Share the verse in quotes, followed by the citation.
Share an example from Scripture of one who either exhibited a strong sense of self-efficacy or one who did not exhibit a strong sense of self-efficacy. Support your answer.
Write 1 solid paragraph of at least 400 words defining self-efficacy, describe the basic principles of social cognitive theory, and articulate how you can help to develop a stronger sense of self-efficacy in your students. You must include the importance of your role as an effective role model.
Davidson, F. (Producer). (2003). Banduras social cognitive theory. Davidson Films. Retrieved from
Bandura, A. (1997). Self-efficacy: The exercise of control. New York, NY: Freeman.
Davidson, F. (Producer). (2003). Banduras social cognitive theory. Davidson Films. Retrieved from http://search.alexanderstreet.com.ezproxy.liberty.edu/view/work/1780107