Bandura, Ross and Ross - 1961

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In 1961, Bandura, Ross and Ross conducted a study to show that children pick up aggressive behaviour through imitation.
They did this by taking a sample of 72 children. 36 girls, 36 boys then dividing them into 3 groups - group a, group b and a control group. They were then given a male or female role model.
Group A - an adult role model played with toys then aggressively hit and kicked the Bobo doll. Group B - an adult played with toys nicely…


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