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He started noticing that after many repetitions of the buzzer, the dogs were salivating before the meat was even introduced. This shows that this automatic reflex can be learned and shaped. Throughout Watson's studying he tried to demonstrate that conditioning is a result of all psychological phenomena's...
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The way he established that was when he used Little Albert which was a 11month old boy. Little Albert liked the white furry rat in the laboratory but once he saw Watson hitting it with a steal bar he cried, since Albert saw this numerous of times he developed a fear. So from that day on Little Albert every time he was introduced to a white rat or anything white and furry he would cry...
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