There are several cases in which this theory can be applied to clients of African descent. If I were a clinician I would definitely take this approach. I believe that...
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Personally, Banduras theory is my favorite thus far. I believe that this theory can be applied to everyone, and everyone will benefit from the social learning theory. Based on my own life experiences, this theory has been applied to my life in numerous ways. As a graduate student life gets hard and sometime you need someone to look up to for basic motivation. I have several models that I look up to. One of the models is a classmate, after failing an exam I observed their studying techniques and started using it. Upon utilizing that same technique I passed my next exam, and reinforced that behavior for other exams. I will continue to utilize Bandura’s theory and apply it to my everyday life. Life is all about learning and I am glad that I can utilize this approach in an effort to continue learning and teaching others.
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