Monday, 16 March 2020

Learning, Attitudes and Values

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Learning, Attitudes and Values


Learning is a term frequently used by a great number of people in a wide variety of
contexts.
Learning can be defined as a relatively permanent change in behaviour or potential
behaviour as a result of direct or indirect experience.
Reinforcement has played a central role in learning.
Attitudes and values of an individual determine where he/she wants to go in life in
general and career in particular.
It is these two things again that determine how much job satisfaction one can derive.


Attitude: A complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to
act in certain ways.
Job Involvement: The degree to which a person identifies with his or her job.
Job Satisfaction: Sense of inner fulfillment and pride achieved when performing a particular
job.
Kinesthetic Learners: Learners which deal up in physical action.
Learning: Learning is any relatively permanent change in behaviour that occurs as a result of
experience.
Reinforcement: The attempt to develop or strengthen desirable behaviour by either bestowing
positive consequences or withholding negative consequences.
Values: Beliefs of a person or social group in which they have an emotional investment.

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