bobo
Updated: 6/24/2020
bobo
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  • RESULTS
  • Made more imitative aggressive responses if they had observed the aggressive model.
  • Those that had aggressive male models were more physically aggressive.
  • If the aggressive model was female they used more verbal aggression towards the bobo doll
  • Girls
  • Made more imitative aggressive responses if they had observed the aggressive model.
  • Used more physical aggression on the bobo doll
  • They were more likely to imitate same-sex models
  • Boys
  • CONCLUSION
  • PROCEDURE
  • Bandura's findings show that children learn social behaviours from watching other people.
  • PROCEDURE
  • Four five point scale tests were used to test how aggressive each child was so that they could be pairedwith some one with a similar level of hostility.
  • 1961
  • PROCEDURE - MODELING
  • Each participant was individually taken to a play room. 48 of the children were joined by a model, half saw them behave violently towards the bobo doll and the others played peacefully. The remaining 24 were alone in the room.
  • Only the other children can play with the toys.
  • PROCEDURE - AROUSEL
  • This makes me angry because I want to play
  • Two observers watched for 20 minutes to see if they showed imitative or non-imitative aggression towards the doll.
  • PROCEDURE - IMITATION
  • Non- aggressive toys
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  • Aggressive toy - bobo doll
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