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Bandura (Albert) papers
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The materials include article reprints authored by Albert Bandura.
Albert Bandura (1925-2021) was Professor of Social Science in Psychology, Emeritus, in the School of Humanities and Sciences. He was internationally recognized as one of the world's most influential social psychologists for his groundbreaking research on the importance of learning by observing others. He is best known for developing social cognitive theory (also known as social learning theory); the concept of self-efficacy – the idea that a person's belief in their ability to succeed can shape how they think, act and feel; and his Bobo Doll experiments.
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