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

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1. 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 balloon and a paddling pool) in a smaller room
  • 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
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2. Who were more likely to imitate verbal aggression?

  • Girls
  • Boys
  • They both imitated the same level of verbal aggression
  • Verbal aggression was not imitated at all

3. What were the independent variables of this study?

  • Whether the same sex role model was used or not, whether the model was scared/not scared or whether there was no model present and whether the children were frustrated before the experiment or not
  • Whether the same sex role model was used or not, whether the model was crying/not crying or whether there was no model present and whether the children were kicked before the experiment or not
  • Whether the same sex role model was used or not, whether the model was aggressive/non-aggressive or whether there was no model present and whether the children were frustrated before the experiment or not
  • Whether the same age role model was used or not, whether the model was sad/not sad or whether there was no model present and whether the children were happy before the experiment or not

4. What was the dependent variable of the study?

  • The level of fear displayed
  • The level of shyness displayed
  • The level of aggression displayed
  • The level of happiness displayed

5. How long were the children observed for in the third condition?

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

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