Author: Albert Bandura and Richard H. Walters
Published by: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. (1963)
Condition: In good condition with minimal wear to the cover and handwritten notes scattered throughout the book.
Preface Excerpt: In this book we have outlined a set of social-learning principles that emphasize the role of social variables to a greater extent than existing learning theories and consequently appear more capable of accounting for the development and modification of human behavior. Our socio-behavioristic approach represents an integration of our own research efforts and an attempt to relate these to findings obtained from controlled investigations in a number of areas, including child development and social psychology, as well as traditional experimental psychology. In order to illustrate the applicability of our social-learning principles to a wide range of important social phenomena, we have also drawn on data from other social sciences, notably anthropology and sociology, and from a number of clinical and psychiatric sources...
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