aka Little Albert, Authentic film documentation of classic condition experiment by John B Watson and Rosalie Raynor, filmed in 1920. The experiment was undertaken to answer three questions: 1) Can an infant be conditioned to fear an animal that appears simultaneously with a loud, fear-arousing sound? 2) Would such fear transfer to other animals or inanimate objects? 3) how long would such fear persist? Subject, Albert B, a healthy 9-month baby, was selected and "conditioned" to fear different objects including a white rat, white rabbit, white bearded man, and dog. Film also includes reflex demonstrations of newborn infant preceding experiment footage. Produced by C H Stoelting Company. silent © University of Akron 1999
Media Type: DVD
Length: 19 min
Stock Number: 01024DVD
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