Watson and Rayner findings

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What did Albert's Mum and hospital attendents report?
That Albert had never shown fear or rage in his life and that he had practically never cried
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How did albert react on the first stimulation of the bar?
He jumped and his arms were raised
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How did albert react on the second stimulation of the bar?
The same thing as the first but his lips begun to tremble
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How did albert react on the third stimulation of the bar?
He cried
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What was alberts reaction to the bar in session one?
1) He jumped, fell forward and buried his head on the table 2) He cried a little
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What was Albert's reaction to the rat in session 2?
1) He just stared at it 2)When the rat was put close he reached for it 3)When the rat touched him he reached away
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What was Albert's reaction to the blocks in session 2?
He played with them
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What did Albert's reaction to the blocks in session 2 show?
That his cautious response was just to the rat and his emotional state was normal
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What was Albert's reaction to joing stimulation in session 2?
He acted distressed and begun to crawl away from the rat
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What was albert's reaction to the blocks in session 3?
He played with them
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What was albert's reaction to the rat in session 3?
Fear
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What does albert's response to the rat in session 3 indicate?
He had kept his conditioned emotional response to the rat
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What was Albert's response to the rabbit in session 3?
Just as extreme as the rat. He began to cry and crawl away
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Was Albert's reaction to the dog or fur coat similar to that of the rabbit in session 3?
No
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What was Albert's reaction to the cotton wool in the package in session 3?
Cautious at first. Later on less cautious
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What was Albert's reaction to Watson's hair in session 3?
He played with it happily
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What was the effect of the new environment on Albert in session 4?
His responses were less extreme than before
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What happened after joint stimulation in session 4?
His responses were stronger
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What was Albert's reaction to furry objects in session 5?
He avoided them and whimpered and sometimes cried
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How many joint stimulations were needed to provide a conditioned response?
2
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How many joint stimulations were needed to provide the complete reaction?
7
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Why do Watson and Rayner challenge the Freudian position?
They say that sucking your thumb could be a source of comfort rather than a source of pleasure
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How did albert react on the first stimulation of the bar?

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He jumped and his arms were raised

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How did albert react on the third stimulation of the bar?

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What was alberts reaction to the bar in session one?

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