Social-self Interaction and Achievement Behavior

  title={Social-self Interaction and Achievement Behavior},
  author={Dale H. Schunk Schunk},
  • Dale H. Schunk Schunk
  • Published 2011
This article describes a dynamic model of achievement in which social influences are internalized and used selfregulatively by learners. The conceptual focus is social cognitive theory with emphasis on triadic reciprocality and phases of self-regulatory development. Social (instructional) factors, self (personal) influences, and achievement outcomes (behaviors) reciprocally interact during learning; the direction and strength of reciprocal influence will vary due to level of skill acquisition… CONTINUE READING
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