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I wanted to know something: Excluding classical and operant conditioning and observational learning, are there any other theories on how behaviour can be learnt?
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social learning theory, vicarious reinforcement?
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Isn't observational learning come under social learning theory as well as vicarious reinforcement?
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social learning theory, vicarious reinforcement?
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Isn't observational learning come under social learning theory as well as vicarious reinforcement?
Hmm I guess so. I'm not aware of any other theories not mentioned, but behaviourism isn't really my field!
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Hey everyone. Hope you are having a wonderful day.
I wanted to know something: Excluding classical and operant conditioning and observational learning, are there any other theories on how behaviour can be learnt?
Social identity theory, social categorisation theory.
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Hmm I guess so. I'm not aware of any other theories not mentioned, but behaviourism isn't really my field!
ahhh okay no problem.
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Social identity theory, social categorisation theory.
but behaviours are not learnt by these theories if you think about it? or do they?
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but behaviours are not learnt by these theories if you think about it? or do they?
It depends. In social identity theory, people identify with their ingroup. Eventually they will adopt the behaviours of the ingroup in order to maintain their group membership. You could link it to learning behaviours in this way. So no it isn't a direct learning theory but behaviours are still learned. Similar with social categorisation theory.
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It depends. In social identity theory, people identify with their ingroup. Eventually they will adopt the behaviours of the ingroup in order to maintain their group membership. You could link it to learning behaviours in this way. So no it isn't a direct learning theory but behaviours are still learned. Similar with social categorisation theory.
hmmm.... makes sense in a way. thank you
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