Social Learning Theory and Human Reinforcement

@inproceedings{Brauer2012SocialLT,
  title={Social Learning Theory and Human Reinforcement},
  author={Jonathan R. Brauer and Ineke Haen Marshall},
  year={2012}
}
Scholars differ in their assumptions about the strength of accumulated evidence concerning social learning theory. One area of potential weakness is a possible dearth of evidence regarding differential reinforcement, the theory's central causal mechanism. We report results from a systematic review of (1) a sample of experimental studies concerning human reinforcement learning as well as (2) criminological/sociological studies cited by proponents as supportive of social learning theory. This… CONTINUE READING

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