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Ethical issues in conditioning human behaviour

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    Kathleen B.
    GB
    Kathleen B.

    This was very good I really enjoyed the study. It helped me with my CBT training.

    Khelia B.
    JM
    Khelia B.

    Little Albert response to the sound upon seeing the rat to me was involuntary

    Clara J.
    ID
    Clara J.

    i've read that albert showed no fear of any animal and objects which introduced by Watson and even reached out to touch them before Watson start struck a metal bar with a hammer.

    Kwokcheong L.
    SG
    Kwokcheong L.

    Little Albert is in no position to agree to the experiment, thats why parental consent is always needed for minor, to protect the minor from harm.

    Dora H.
    EG
    Dora H.

    Is the experiment done for the fear of the white fuzzy things or noise ? I think the noise is the right answer !

    Muhammad K.
    PK
    Muhammad K.

    Although it's not appropriate to use a very little kid for this but yet this experiment helped us to understand this topic

    Trinity D.
    US
    Trinity D.

    Not only is this sneaky and unethical but extremely cruel.

    Mary H.
    US
    Mary H.

    Sad they made this child afraid of Santa

    Glynis H.
    GB
    Glynis H.

    Would the infant's behaviour been conditioned without the use of a loud noise?

    Salie Redstone L.
    AE
    Salie Redstone L.

    What happen next?

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