Sinds de jaren zeventig hebben wetenschappelijk onderzoekers de sociaal-cognitieve theorie van Albert Bandura voortdurend toegepast om trainingsmethoden effectiever te maken. Hieronder vind je een – incompleet – overzicht van hun werk voor zover dat gepubliceerd is in gerenommeerde tijdschriften of door gerenommeerde uitgevers.
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