vicarious learning

vicarious learning

Learning through indirect experience.
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They noticed that among the psychotherapists working with torture survivors, some made specific reference to the inspiration and strength they drew from working with clients whom they sometimes described as "heroes." They developed an interest in integrating vicarious learning and resilience into their theory and practice by proposing the concept of VR.
A study on vicarious learning during simulations quoted 33 students in each group.11
While enactive learning is driven by what people have learned, vicarious learning emphasizes the observation of others (Schunk, 2012).
Vicarious learning from the failures and near-failures of others: evidence from the US commercial banking industry.
This vicarious learning by watching others' reactions evolved as preferable to having to chance it yourself.
Bandura (1997) suggested that self-efficacy (i.e., how confident someone feels about performing a task) can be enhanced through vicarious learning, verbal persuasion, and mastery performance.
Observing the actions of others while they learn is called vicarious learning, because learners gain knowledge by modeling the behaviors of others.
Self-efficacy is enhanced mainly through: vicarious learning, performance accomplishments, and verbal persuasion.
First, vicarious learning is procedurally the same as classical fear conditioning [2, 5].
And Prof Salkovskis said while it is often thought that young children develop fears after negative experiences, studies suggest it could be due to "vicarious learning."