Quinta-feira, 28 de Janeiro de 2010
Because I totally had to quote this.

People can designedly conceive unique events and different novel courses of action and choose to execute one of them. Under the indefinite prompt to concoct something new, for example, one can deliberatively construct a whimsically novel scenario of a graceful hippopotamus attired in a chartreuse tuxedo hang gliding over lunar craters while singing the mad scene from the opera Lucia di Lammermoor.

 

- Albert Bandura, Social Cognitive Theory: An Agentic Perspective (2001)

 

Not only some of Bandura's works are avaiable for free (instead of being clutered in websites I can only access with the university's VPN or a paid account), this piece of text was the most interesting lecture concerning learning theories I have came across so far. Psychology texts can be that dull.

 

I don't know what's worst: wanting to quote the entire paragraph in my state of art, or drawing the scene of a opera singing-dancing hippo to add as a illustration to my works.




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