Social Origins of Self-Regulatory Competence

@article{Schunk1997SocialOO,
  title={Social Origins of Self-Regulatory Competence},
  author={D. H. Schunk and B. Zimmerman},
  journal={Educational Psychologist},
  year={1997},
  volume={32},
  pages={195-208}
}
This article reviews the social origins of students' development of self-regulatory skill with special emphasis on observational learning through modeling. A social cognitive perspective on self-regulation is presented. In this view, students' academic competence develops initially from social sources of academic skill and subsequently shifts to self sources in a series of 4 levels: observational, imitative, self-controlled, and self-regulated. The effects of models on observers depend in part… Expand
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