Triadic reciprocal causation

Triadic reciprocal causation

Triadic reciprocal causation is a term introduced by Albert Bandura [ [ Psychology: An International Perspective By Michael W. Eysenck, pg 473] .] to refer to the mutual influence between three sets of factors:
*personal factors (e.g., cognitive, affective and biological events),
*the environment, and


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