Respond to the post in the following manner, summarize what

Respond to the post in the following manner, summarize what they stated, and expand on it. ALL APA format, 250 minimum , I will tip for correct APA format I don’t have to correct.Please respond to the following post. Also note that APA in the following post is not correct (don’t worry about that).The Learning Constructs of Vicarious Learning Vicarious learning is a concept of personality that was developed by Bandurain 1962 that refers to learning of behavior such as aggression by watching videos of that behavior. It is also used to refer to instructional method that occurs when learners see, and or hear a learning situation (for example a observed learner) in an instructuralsituation for which they are not the addresses; and do not interact with the observed learner nor the observed learner’s instruction. (Ghulsonand Crig, 2006, Rosenthal and zimmerman, 1978). In this research document on on vicarious learning I will discuss the hypothetical constructof elements of vicarious that determine whether, or not a behavior is actually performed, and an example of vicarious learning in personality development. First, social learning theorist Albert Bandurastatesin (1977) that behavior is learned from the environment through the process of observational learnings. For a concrete examplechildren observe the people around them behaving in various ways such as in the Bobodoll experiment. Individuals that are observed are called models. Children are surrounded by many influential models such as parents within the famil ycharacters on children’s tv, friends within their peer group and teachers at at school. Also, childrenen code their behavior. At a later time they may imitate (iecopy) the behavior they have observed. On the contrary, vicarious learningon personality is dependent upon a variety of influences such as external perceptions of the observed internal attributes of the observer as well as perceptions of the behavior itself relative to it’s simplicity or complexity.(Friedman &Schustack, 2012).(Symmonds& Dolan, 2011). Some aspects of personality are possible to acquire through vicarious learning such as without the requirement of direct reinforcement or punishment. At last but not least, in transitioning into personality development from vicarious learning numerous studies indicate children who view too much violence tend to be more aggressive than their non violent viewing counterparts. When violent behavior is introduced into a child’s life through television, or by in plain view this exposure of negative events of what is seen can leave long lasting deep mental scars non a child, and at the same time internalizing a deep mental negative conditioning on that violence is the way you handle problems in life.Resourceswww.learnlab.orgFriedman, H.S. and Schustack, M.W. (2012) Personlity: Classic theoriesandmodern research (5th ed). Boston, MA: Allynand BaconNicholle, A; Symmonds, M. and Dolan, R.J. (2011). Optimistic biases in observationallearning cognition, 119 (3), 394-402.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2011.02.004

Respond to the post in the following manner, summarize what

Respond to the post in the following manner, summarize what they stated, and expand on it. ALL APA format, 250 minimum , I will tip for correct APA format I don’t have to correct.Please respond to the following post. Also note that APA in the following post is not correct (don’t worry about that).The Learning Constructs of Vicarious Learning Vicarious learning is a concept of personality that was developed by Bandurain 1962 that refers to learning of behavior such as aggression by watching videos of that behavior. It is also used to refer to instructional method that occurs when learners see, and or hear a learning situation (for example a observed learner) in an instructuralsituation for which they are not the addresses; and do not interact with the observed learner nor the observed learner’s instruction. (Ghulsonand Crig, 2006, Rosenthal and zimmerman, 1978). In this research document on on vicarious learning I will discuss the hypothetical constructof elements of vicarious that determine whether, or not a behavior is actually performed, and an example of vicarious learning in personality development. First, social learning theorist Albert Bandurastatesin (1977) that behavior is learned from the environment through the process of observational learnings. For a concrete examplechildren observe the people around them behaving in various ways such as in the Bobodoll experiment. Individuals that are observed are called models. Children are surrounded by many influential models such as parents within the famil ycharacters on children’s tv, friends within their peer group and teachers at at school. Also, childrenen code their behavior. At a later time they may imitate (iecopy) the behavior they have observed. On the contrary, vicarious learningon personality is dependent upon a variety of influences such as external perceptions of the observed internal attributes of the observer as well as perceptions of the behavior itself relative to it’s simplicity or complexity.(Friedman &Schustack, 2012).(Symmonds& Dolan, 2011). Some aspects of personality are possible to acquire through vicarious learning such as without the requirement of direct reinforcement or punishment. At last but not least, in transitioning into personality development from vicarious learning numerous studies indicate children who view too much violence tend to be more aggressive than their non violent viewing counterparts. When violent behavior is introduced into a child’s life through television, or by in plain view this exposure of negative events of what is seen can leave long lasting deep mental scars non a child, and at the same time internalizing a deep mental negative conditioning on that violence is the way you handle problems in life.Resourceswww.learnlab.orgFriedman, H.S. and Schustack, M.W. (2012) Personlity: Classic theoriesandmodern research (5th ed). Boston, MA: Allynand BaconNicholle, A; Symmonds, M. and Dolan, R.J. (2011). Optimistic biases in observationallearning cognition, 119 (3), 394-402.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2011.02.004