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Rosalie Rayner

Psychology Project
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Timberlin Strickland

on 14 December 2012

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Created By : Timberlin Strickland, Raven Robinson, Morgan Cooke Rosalie Rayner A Little about her Her Studies The Experiment The Watsons Rosalie Rayner , the student assistant of John B. Watson was in 1899. Rayner attended Johns Hopkins University where she and John Watson conducted a experiment called the "Little Albert Experiment". Watson and Rayner married in 1921.
They remained together until her death in 1935. http://farm1.static.flickr.com/105/4559862181_1e2b8aa7ec.jpg http://d22691qr23dju3.cloudfront.net/media/profile/20407/pictures/0dd9d6e29aac80ea22615b667fd34b932737b1bd_86x86.png The participant in the experiment was a child that Watson and Rayner called "Albert B.", but is known today as Little Albert. Around the age of nine months, Watson and Rayner exposed the child to a series of stimuli including a white rat, a rabbit, and a monkey, to observed the boy's reactions. The boy initially showed no fear of any of the objects he was shown.

The next time Albert was exposed the rat, Watson made a loud noise by hitting a metal pipe with a hammer. Naturally, the child began to cry after hearing the loud noise. After repeatedly pairing the white rat with the loud noise, Albert began to cry simply after seeing the rat. http://www.all-about-psychology.com/images/little-albert.jpg
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