Since reading about the way in which children learn (home environment, social interactions, etc.), I have become very interested in the idea of observational learning. Albert Bandura researched on such topics and created the Social Learning Theory, which explains how observational learning directly influences human behavior. This means that if a child witnesses less-than-perfect behavior from their parents, they may take on these same negative attributes. Of course this could also mean that a parent showing good qualities may make the child also express good qualities. The point is that a child's environment and social interactions play an enormous role in their behavior. Therefore, a parent should be wise when acting in certain ways around their young children. This video shows just that.