Bandura et al (1961)

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What did previous research,predating Bandura's study, suggest about model behaviour?
Children would imitate behaviours shown by an adult model,but this was restricted to children imitating while the model was still present.
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What was the aim of Bandura's study?
To see if observed behaviour would be imitated when the model had left and also the impact of model features on the child's behaviour?
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What was Bandura's first hypothesis?
1. Exposure to aggressive model would produce imitative aggressive behaviour.
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What was Bandura's second hypothesis?
2. Observation of non aggressive adults would inhibit behaviour and display less aggression than control groups.
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What was Bandura's third hypothesis?
3. Children would be more influenced to imitate behaviour by same sex model.
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What was Bandura's fourth hypothesis?
Boys would show more aggression than girls.
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Describe the sample of Bandura's study
72 children from Stanford University nursery,equal gender split.
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Explain the experimental design of Bandura's study.
8 experimental groups of 6 children.(48 of childern allocated to experimental groups) and the remaining 24 put into control group.
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