Naśladowanie a uczenie się przez obserwację. Porównanie perspektywy analizy zachowania i teorii społecznego uczenia się

Przemysław Bąbel , Monika Suchowierska , Paweł Ostaszewski


Observational learning is one of the mechanisms of developmental change, and the skill of imitation is an important milestone in every child’s development. In order to explain imitation, cognitive psychologists turn to a covert, complex learning process, whereas behavior analysts point to the skill of generalized imitation, which is shaped during ontology, and to environmental contingencies which determine the occurrence of imitation. In case of therapy for children with developmental disabilities, if one intends to produce new teaching methods based on imitation or to optimize the existing ones, it is important to understand the mechanism underlying this way of learning. The present article will investigate imitation from the perspective of behavior analysis and the social learning theory. Not only does the former approach provide stronger empirical basis, but it also enables the design of more effective teaching methods based on imitation.
Author Przemysław Bąbel
Przemysław Bąbel,,
, Monika Suchowierska (Wydział Psychologii)
Monika Suchowierska,,
- Wydział Psychologii
, Paweł Ostaszewski (Wydział Psychologii)
Paweł Ostaszewski,,
- Wydział Psychologii
Other language title versionsImitation vs. observational learning: A comparison from the perspective of behavior analysis and the social learning theory
Journal seriesPsychologia Rozwojowa, ISSN 1895-6297, (B 13 pkt)
Issue year2014
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Polishanaliza zachowania, behawioryzm, modelowanie, naśladowanie, teoria społecznego uczenia się, uczenie się przez obserwację
Languagepl polski
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