Social Learning Theory

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  • Social learning theory is a school of psychology that views personality as being shaped by the interpersonal environments in which people are raised. Initially, social learning referred primarily to learning through imitation of others' actions. However, social learning now ...

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    • Cognitive Processes in Relationships
    • Communication Processes
    • Creating and Maintaining Closeness
    • The Dark Side of Relationships
    • Dating, Courtship, and Marriage
    • Emotion Processes in Relationships
    • Family
    • Friendship and Caregiving in Adulthood
    • Health and the Biology of Relationships
    • Methods for Studying Relationships
    • Personality and Individual Differences
    • Prevention and Repair of Relationship Problems
    • Psychological Processes
    • Sexuality
    • Social Context of Relationships
    • Social Relations in Childhood and Adolescence
    • Theoretical Approaches to Studying Relationships
    • Types of Relationships
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