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John B. Watson: "Studies Upon the Behavior of the Human Infant - Little Albert " Part 1

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John B. Watson's "Studies Upon the Behavior of the Human Infant" begins with documentation of infant reflexes in Part 1. Part 2 depicts the famous Little Albert experiment, wherein classical conditioning is used to create a fear response in the infant Albert B.

  • Type of Content: Archival Content
  • Title: John B. Watson: "Studies Upon the Behavior of the Human Infant - Little Albert " Part 1
  • Publisher: The Cummings Center for the History of Psychology
    • Publication year: 1920
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  • Discipline: Psychology
  • Subject: History of Psychology, Infancy, Learning
  • Duration: 00:04:54
  • DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473981928
  • Keywords: infant development, reflexes
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