vicarious learning

vicarious learning

Learning through indirect experience.
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A study on vicarious learning during simulations quoted 33 students in each group.
Vicarious learning from the failures and near-failures of others: evidence from the US commercial banking industry.
School counselors also reported increased confidence when they had opportunities for vicarious learning by watching their mentors perform tasks (Armstrong, Balkin, Long, & Caldwell, 2006; Milsom & Kayler, 2008).
This vicarious learning by watching others' reactions evolved as preferable to having to chance it yourself.
Observing the actions of others while they learn is called vicarious learning, because learners gain knowledge by modeling the behaviors of others.
Vicarious learning refers to instruction in and guided demonstration of supervision (Johnson & Stewart, 2000) and requires that supervisors observe feedback exchanges modeled by their peers.
P3: Internet use as a vehicle of social media influences adolescents through vicarious learning process through attitudes of others
Social learning theory suggests that vicarious learning influences behavior through its influence on the observer's outcome expectancies (Bandura, 1986; Manz & Sims, 1981; Trevino & Youngblood 1990).
Another factor could be vicarious learning - if you are a three-year-old child and your mother or your auntie sees a spider and is very afraid of it, that has an effect on a young child.
As expected, the influence of immediate supervisors stemmed primarily from direct personal interactions and vicarious learning opportunities.
stressful family life, vicarious learning, and peer competition), and behavioral reinforcements (e.