Observational learning or social learning proposed by Albert Bandura is an important aspect of knowledge because the environment influences a person’s cognition. Primarily, behaviors enacted by other people or objects arouse emotional reactions in the observer. Observed behaviors reinforce the observer’s traits. Bandura implied that people could behave in a certain way after observing other characters and the outcomes of such characters. His theory emphasizes that people observe their environment to increase self-updates and obtain the right skills.