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

HideShow resource information
  • Created by: Corinnaxo
  • Created on: 16-04-14 21:43

1. What happened in the first condition?

  • Non-aggressive: assembled tinker toys for 10 mins, Aggressive: this only lasted for 1 min and then they attacked a bobo doll 3 times over a 9 minute period
  • Non-aggressive: painted for 20 mins, Aggressive: this only lasted for 1 min and then they screamed at a toy horse 4 times over a 12 minute period
  • Non-aggressive: assembled wooden blocks for 6 mins, Aggressive: this only lasted for 1 min and then they attacked a toy bear 2 times over a 2 minute period
  • Non-aggressive: played with toy trains for 9 mins, Aggressive: this only lasted for 1 min and then they spat at a bobo doll 5 times over a 9 minute period
1 of 17

Other questions in this quiz

2. What kind of design was used?

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

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 long were the children observed for in the third condition?

  • 2 hours
  • 30 minutes
  • 20 minutes
  • An hour

5. 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

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Psychology resources:

See all Psychology resources »See all Aggression resources »