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Explain the example situation according to a different learning or cognitive theory, and explain how this differs from the assigned theory.

The Learning Personality Theories According to the dictionary, are conceptual framework describing how information is absorbed, processed, and retained during learning. Cognitive, emotional, and environmental influences, as well as prior experience, all play a part in how understanding, or a world view, is acquired or changed and knowledge and skills retained.


Equally to the modeling or social cognitive theory of psychologist Albert Bandura, people grasp by illustration. In other word people are visual students. Bandura, was an educational psychologist who arose as a behavior therapy, came to be familiar with many cases of impatience of results before the fact (slightly than reward or discipline after the fact) is enough to stimulate behavior. Albert is best known as a behaviorist cognitivist of Social Learning Theory, that seeks to explain how culture can communicate mores, ethics, and skills so well, even though the pupils over and over are not alert of having been coached. Some of this study are not for everyone.   Jean Piaget, reported that children were educated in the same way to their environments and diagnosis. Jean proposed that little ones were born with certain dynamism and awareness, such as the sucking mechanical and the grasping reaction. Piaget report was named “schema” or schemata, it was like index cards in your head with information that already dwelt or that an individual has developed. In as much as Bandura felt that people learned by personalize or by incorporate another individual behavior, Piaget accepted that self-discovery was important for the cognitive development of a child. Piaget’s investigation was driven on common knowledge, not intellectual learning, which may act as a diagonal constituent.

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