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Ellery has been told by her mother not to shout while inside and to use her indoor voice. Ellery is playing at her friend's house and observes her friend shouting the lyrics to a song. Ellery happily begins shouting the song as well. What principle d
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Disinhibition
Who developed the concept of self-efficacy?
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Bandura
________ is a term used to describe a person's sense of their ability to deal effectively with their environment.
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Self-efficacy
________ was a cognitive theorist that believed that people had faulty information processing systems that led to biased and incorrect cognitions. The incorrect cognitions caused errors in judgment which led to habitual errors in thinking.
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Aaron Beck
__________ conceptualized distorted cognitions as a basis for depression.
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Aaron Beck
_________ developed field theory, a system for understanding learning, motivation, personality and social behavior.
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Kurt Lewin
_______'s work was important in understanding motivation for changing behavior.
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Kurt Lewin
_________ introduced the concept of cognitions and believed that people act on beliefs and attitudes and strive towards goals.
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Edward Chace Tolman
________'s work highlighted the importance of identifying an individual's beliefs.
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Edward Chace Tolman
What theories is the nursing intervention of patient education based on?
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Behavioral (the learning theories derived from behavioral theories)
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__________ theories explain normal human growth and development and focus of change over time.
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Developmental theories
__________ is a developmental theorist that believed people go through 8 developmental stages with specific tasks that can be successfully or unsuccessfully achieved.
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Erik Erikson
What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is an infant in?
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Trust vs. Mistrust
In the Trust vs. Mistrust stage of Erikson's theory, what happens if the person is successful?
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Drive and hope are achieved, the person develops trust
What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is a toddler in?
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Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt
What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is a Preschool-aged child in?
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Initiative vs. Guilt
What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is a school-aged child in?
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Industry vs. Inferiority
What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is an adolescent in?
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Identity vs. role diffusion
What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is a young adult in?
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Intimacy vs. Isolation
What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is an adult in?
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Generativity vs. Stagnation
What developmental stage of Erikson's theory is a mature adult in?
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Ego integrity vs. despair
  
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