The Social Learning Theory Led to the Development of the Concept of Internal Control Of
Reinforcement As Opposed to External Control of Reinforcement. the Extent to Which a Person Feels That
Reinforcements Are Dependent on His or Her Actions Is Described By This Hypothesis. the Social Learning
Theory Led to the Development of the Idea of Internal Control of Reinforcement As Opposed to External
Control of Reinforcement. Internal Control Refers to the Notion That a Person's Behaviour, Ability, or Trait
Will Determine Whether or Not They Will Get Reinforcements.
In Relation to This Specific Aspect of Locus of Control, There Are a Number of Studies on the Subject That
Can Be Found In the Literature of Psychology. on the Other Hand, the Large Majority of the Studies That Are
Relevant to This Subject Have Generally Been Conducted In a Cultural Environment That Is Different From
That of Our Own. This Is the Case the Majority of the Time. As a Result of This, the Purpose of the Current
Study Is to Investigate the Extent to Which Socio-Familial Factors Such As Family Type, Family Size, Birth
Order, Socio-Economic Status, and Parental Rearing Behaviours Can Be Used For Interpreting the Origin
And Growth of an Internal Versus an External Locus of Control In the Indian Culture. Specifically, The
Research Will Focus on the Indian Culture. As a Result, the Purpose of This Study Is to Make an Effort To
Discover and Comprehend the Many Drivers That Have an Impact on the Social and Familial a ...