Albert Bandura Inflatable Clown Experiment

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In the university of Harvard in 1961, legendary psychologist Albert Bandura conducted an experiment in which children watched as a woman interacted violently with an inflatable clown. After 10 minutes of watching this, the kids was put into an exciting room filled with toys that were soon taken away. This frustrating the kids and then the frustrated children was left alone with the inflatable clown. The study showed that the children who watched the clown get beat up by the women were much more likely to mimic her aggression, attempting to maul and punch the clown while kids who observed the woman play friendly with the clown either mimicked her kindness or completely ignored the clown. The kids in the experiment started abusing bobo with physical
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