Dysfunctional Behavior

Bandura's concept of triadic reciprocal causation assumes that behavior is learned as a result of a mutual interaction of (1) the person, including cognition and neurophysiologies processes; (2) the environment, including interpersonal relations and socioeconomic conditions; and (3) behavioral factors, including previous experiences with reinforcement. Dysfunctional behavior is no exception. Bandura's con cept of dysfunctional behavior lends itself most readily to depressive reactions, phobias, and aggressive behaviors.

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