Vicarious Learning/Observational Learning/Social Learning/Modeling
Observational learning (also known as: vicarious learningor social learning or modeling) is learning that occurs as a function of observing, retaining and replicating behavior observed in others. It is most associated with the work of psychologist Albert Bandura, who implemented some of the seminal studies in the area and initiated social learning theory. It involves the process of learning to copy or model the action of another through observing another doing it.
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Observational learning is exactly what is sounds like; the only difference between the aforesaid and vicarious learning is that vicarious learning applies solely to learning by observing the consequences of others' actions. This works because our mirror neurons allow us to experience the reinforcement that we see happening.
visual (seeing), audio (hearing), and kinesthetic (hands-on).
Watching someone develop a fear of an object and then developing the fear yourself
"Vicarious" is an adjective.
The population of Vicarious Visions is 200.
You may be surprised to learn that the Latin word for "vicarious" was vicarius.
Vicarious liability is the liability which fals on one person as a result of an action of another.
No, the word vicarious is an adjective, a word that describes a noun.The noun form is vicariousness.
You can find the lyrics to 'Vicarious', by Tool, on many different websites, including Sing365, Songmeanings and AZLyrics. If you want a physical copy of the lyrics, there was a booklet, which contained the lyrics to 'Vicarious', in the limited-edition release of the CD.
The word Vicarious mean to experience something through someone (or something) else. A Vicarious friend is someone whom you are friends with through another person. (Such as a Friend of a friend)
A vicarious experience implies that the person was experiencing something through the actions or feelings of another person. An example of a sentence using the word "vicarious" is "It was a vicarious thrill watching her break the world record. "
Living a vicarious existence is not as fulfilling as that of your hero.The parents lived vicariously through their child.He learned the lesson vicariously.The substitute was vicarious for our teacherI prefer vicarious adventures to actual ones, because the vicarious ones are much less risky.The parents lived vicariously through their daughter.I probably just did your homework, didn't I? Oh well.Kelly enjoyed watching the celebrity shows, because they gave her vicarious enjoyment as she laid in her hospital bed.Jon sat in the dark theatre watching the heroes save lives with vicarious fascination, so he could feel as important as the heroes.Martin watch the dog licking its lips, the dog's vicarious enjoyment of eating, as it watched Martin eat his sandwich.This means experienced by one person standing in for another, or to experience as if you were going through the experience yourself. Here are some sentences.His vicarious enjoyment of the party was no substitute for the real thing.She read all about the explorer's feats, and experienced a vicarious thrill.Watching the flocks of geese flying overhead gives me a vicarious feeling of lightness.
Vicarious representation refers to acting that is done on behalf on another person. This may be through actions or feelings of another person.
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Vicarious liability can be the same as aiding and abetting an individual who is committing a crime. The concept of driving the getaway car when one person robs the bank is similar to vicarious liability. This attached assistance in carrying out the crime makes a person guilty of vicarious liability, even though they did not participate in the physical act of causing the crime.
According to the social learning theory, behaviours are learned through different means, one of them being observation of others. This is sometimes called vicarious reinforcement. A reinforcement goal is to increase the probability of apparition of a behavior. Its contrary, punishement, aims at decreasing the probability of apparition of a behavior. As such, vicarious punishement would refer to the decrease of the probability of apparition of a behavior due to having observed this behavior leading to negative consequences in another person. For example, a child who sees another child being punished for stealing a crayon from a peer will be less likely to do the same.
The office of ruler; rule; authority; government., Especially, the office, jurisdiction, or dominion of a regent or vicarious ruler, or of a body of regents; deputed or vicarious government., A body of men intrusted with vicarious government; as, a regency constituted during a king's minority, absence from the kingdom, or other disability.
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A vicarious learner...
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