We’re here with PQ Content (Prolific Quality) and in today’s podcast, we’ve got ourselves a cut-out coaching session for you guys! Ange, from the Philippines, wanted to do some listening in her coaching session, and it ended up turning into one of the best I had ever done to this date. You guys can also take notes, prepare your answers, choose which ones and walk with us on this journey of solving. Enjoy! Remember, TOEFL iBT Membership features many more of these, so if you’re interested, make sure you tune in! If you want to practice, listen to the audio in the podcast and then answer the questions down below!
1 According to social learning theory, how does a child learn aggressive behaviour?
- Through playing with toys
- Through their genetics
- Through learning and interaction
- All the above
2 What was done to the children who were assigned to the control group?
- They were subjected to aggressive models
- They received no treatment
- They were subjected to non-aggressive models
- They received both aggressive and nonaggressive models
3 What was an opposite-sex model in the Bobo Doll experiment?
- The control group had equal number of girls and boys.
- Boys were exposed to violence committed by an adult female
- Girls were exposed to violence committed by an adult male
- Both B and C
4 According to the lecture, which statement was used to describe the experiment?
- The results of the experiment could be used to generalize a wide variety of situations
- The experiment was criticized as being unethical
- The study of behaviour led the psychologist to believe that violence is acceptable.
- The experiment is considered to be a failure in proving social learning theory
5 From the results observed, what might be the reason for including opposite-sex and same-sex models?
- To study the implication of gender specific violence
- To study girls and boys separately
- To study the differences between men and women
- The difference in models is just random
6 What was one of the major ideas demonstrated through Bandura’s experiment?
- Girls behaved less aggressively than boys
- Children learned aggressive behavior through learning and imitation
- Control groups were more aggressive than others
- Aggression was not learned