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This diagram is a mix of Pavlov’s theory of classical conditioning, yet explains the reasoning behind the “Little Albert” experiment John Watson conducted. Little Albert was not afraid of white rats until he was conditioned to become afraid of them. He then later associated not only white rats, but all fluffy white animals with the loud noise. Psychology A Level, Psychology Memes, Psychology Studies, John Watson, Social Learning Theory, Psychology Experiments, Operant Conditioning, Pyschology, Behavior Analysis
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This diagram is a mix of Pavlov’s theory of classical conditioning, yet explains the reasoning behind the “Little Albert” experiment John Watson conducted. Little Albert was not... 
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