Piaget's Social Learning Theory

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There is evidence and arguments that behavioral learning can be impacted by human nature, social environment, and personal factors in human being lives . Freud psychodynamic theory plays the causes of behavior in the individual in which states that behavior was driven by unconscious impulses and complexes within the individual personal and behavior aspects.

Behavioral Learning
Social learning theory is one of the most influential theories because it is the view people learn by observing others.
Social learning theory is one of the most influential theories of learning and human development and is rooted in many of the basic concepts of traditional learning. The theory focuses on learning that occurs within a social
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Lawrence Kohlberg moral reasoning is similar to Piaget, but a little more advanced and broken down into six stages. Piaget and Kohlberg established that children understood morality dealt with rules and consequences. Even though there are some similarities’ between the two men moral development, there is a difference too. Piaget based his moral development theories on children ranging from infancy to adolescents. Kohlberg on the other hand did not specify an age range for his moral development. Kohlberg believed that Piaget logical structures are needed, but not sufficient for advances in moral reasoning and judgment. Piaget’s theory is based on biological development rather than socialization development like Kohlberg’s. As Kohlberg has shown, using a Socratic method of examination in the areas of ethics expands one's moral reasoning abilities but unless we develop the character of students as well, they will continue to miss the connection between moral reasoning and moral action (Forsha,…show more content…
Operant Conditioning uses reinforcement and punishment systematically to facilitate learning (Darity, Jr ., 2008). In operant conditioning, some researchers think that behavior can changed by using positive or negative reinforcements. Positive reinforcements is rewarding someone for good behavior. For example, giving a dog a treat for rolling over. Negative reinforcements is taking something from someone for bad behavior. Example would be taking away a child privilege to play video games because of a bad grade at school. Originally, operant conditioning theory was apparently conceived of as being under rigorous behavioristic constraints, that is, as being restricted to external, observable behavior. (Erickson , 1979). Skinner and his colleagues and students discovered in the ensuing decades a completely unsuspected range of powerful and orderly schedule effects that provided new tools for understanding learning processes and new phenomena to challenge theory (Staddon & Cerutti, 2003). Operant conditioning consist of three contingency: antecedent (stimulus), the behavior (response), and
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