Bandura, Albert

Bandura, Albert

(1925–  ) psychologist; born in Mundare, Alberta, Canada. He studied at the Universities of British Columbia and Iowa and began his long career at Stanford University in 1953. He is best known as a social learning theorist whose research established the concept of imitation, or modeling, on a firm empirical base. His major works include (with R. H. Walters) Social Learning and Personality Development (1963), and Aggression: A Social Learning Analysis (1973).
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Bandura, Albert y Richard Walters, R., Aprendizaje social y desarrollo de la personalidad.
Bandura, Albert, "Perceived self-efficacy in the exercise of personal agency.
Bandura, Albert, "Self-effiacy: Towards a unifying theory of behavioral change", en Psychological Review, Num.
(2) Bandura, Albert; Richard Walters, R., Aprendizaje social y desarrollo de la personalidad.
(3) Vease el trabajo de Bandura, Albert, Pensamiento y accion.
Bandura, Albert. "Self-efficacy." Encyclopedia Of Human Behavior.
Bandura, Albert (1986) Social Foundations of Thought and Action.
BANDURA, Albert. Social Cognitive Theory of Mass Communication.
In Bandura, Albert, Self-Efficacy in Changing Societies (pp.