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Albert Bandura's Bobo Doll Experiment

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Transcript of Albert Bandura's Bobo Doll Experiment

Albert Bandura's Bobo Doll Experiment Albert Bandura Conclusion Conducted an experiment in 1961 to test the effects of an adult's violent behavior on children's behavior. Experimental group = The children that viewed violent behavior of an adult

Control group = The children that did not view the violent behavior of an adult Experimental Design Variables Let's see what happened... Based on the results of the experiment, Albert Bandura concluded that viewing an adult's violent aggressive behavior causes children to imitate the aggression. Operational Definition:

Viewing an adult pound, throw,
and scream at an inflated Bobo doll Operational Definition

Children choosing to pound, throw, and yell at the inflated Bobo doll when they were placed in another room alone Independent = Children's exposure to violence





Dependent variable = Children’s violent behavior
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