Part i: rotter"s theory of social learning, bandura"s theory of social learning. Professor"s experiences: fundamental human capabilities, learning self-regulation, his graduate professors taught him more than just academia, turned out to be slightly more significant (history, setting boundaries, when a job is done. Fortune = fortuitous: ability to exploit chance, that gives bandura a sense of what human agency is all about. Peter believe that he needed to be near someone: unless you think yourself able, you will not be able to, notes, five (5) essential capabilities that distinguishes us from other animals. Gray (author of this book: men mars, women venus: differences between manhood and womanhood are fundamental, non-overlapping attributes, does not occur on a continuum, false in reality. Situating gender differences: context is important, one"s behavior may be different based on situation and circumstance, e. g. behavior with squad, e. g. behavior with wife.