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14. Who is the theorist most famous for the “Cognitive Learning Theory?
Albert Bandura, a well-known theorist of the social cognitive theory.
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User: 14. Who is the theorist most famous for the “Cognitive Learning Theory?





Weegy: Albert Bandura, a well-known theorist of the social cognitive theory.
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User: 3. Who is the theorist behind Operant Conditioning

Weegy: The major theorists for the development of operant conditioning are Edward Thorndike, John Watson, and B. F. Skinner.
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