Triarchic Reciprocal Causality

The triarchic reciprocal causality is "an explanation of behavior that emphasizes the mutual effects of the individual and the environment on each other" (Woolfolk).

Social Influences, Achievement Outcomes, and Self-Influences are constantly interacting. "They're influence and are influenced by each other" (Woolfolk). All of them effect the person and they're behavior.

...Just imagine you're a little person on this chart being effected by all 

three of these factors as they influence each other. 

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