Bandura, A.Ross, D. and Ross, S.A.

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1. What happened in the second condition?

  • The children were taken one at a time to play with some other toys in another corner in the same room, but they were stopped by an old woman who said they didn't let just anyone play with these toys because they were sacred
  • The children were taken in a big group to play with some other toys in another room, but they were stopped by their parents who said they didn't let anyone play with these toys because they were broken
  • The children were taken one at a time to play with some other toys in another room, but they were stopped by an experimenter who said they didn't let just anyone play with these toys because they were special
  • The children were taken altogether to play with some other books in another room, but they were stopped by an angry adult who said they didn't let just anyone read these books because they were special
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2. What happened in the third condition?

  • They were not moved again and continued playing with the same toys (including a mallett and a bobo doll)
  • They were moved yet again to play with different toys (including a mallett and a bobo doll) in a different room
  • They were moved yet again to play with different toys (including a toy giraffe and a train set) in a different room
  • They were moved yet again to play with different toys (including a balloon and a paddling pool) in a smaller room

3. Descrive the participants used in this study

  • 71 children aged between 3-6 from yale university nursery school
  • 72 children aged between 3-6 from stanford university nursery school
  • 72 children aged between 1-3 from oxford university nursery school
  • 70 children aged between 4-6 from cambridge university nursery school

4. How many children were in each condition?

  • 24
  • 21
  • 27
  • 26

5. What kind of design was used?

  • Independent groups design
  • Oppurtunity design
  • Matched pairs design
  • Repeated measures design

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