Biological and cognative psycology

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Dr Shannon Kelly

Natural and cognative psycology

The task on three basic feelings Fear, craze, and take pleasure in stimmed through relationship among visual and tactile feelings were studied by Watson and L. B. Morgan, (Watson, 1928), the two psychologist studied kids that when displayed or touched something they will feared could suddenly get their breath, and when proven love the response was laughs and laughter, but when mad angry, considered rage, your child would scream and yell and throw temper tantrums. Watson and Rayner would a future research to show how a phobia can begin, (Watson and Rayner, 1920), both psychologist got an unattached, unemotional child from an prphanage called Little Albert, they commenced by giving the kid a white stuffed verweis, Litle Albert loved and played with the toy as news got around, then Watson went to the next step, when Very little Albert come to for the pet, Watson manufactured a high in volume noice and it shocked the child, Watson continued this process every time the kid picked up the toy after repeated attemps the child eventually formed a fear of the dog, the white colored rat, which led to his phobia. Slide 10 Maze learning

Watson did a study on rodents in the early 1900”s the goal was going to determine what sences were required for a tipp to learn the maze. (Carr & Watson 1908: Watson 1907) From on e experiment to another, the initially being to remove the sight of the rat, the second was going to shorten the maze, and finally concluding that Kenisthisis sences is how a rat should go form start to finish on the maze.


Watson, J. M. & Rayner, R. ( 1920), Condioned emotional reactions. Journal of experimental psycology, 3, 1-4 Carr, They would. A., & Watson, L. B. (1908), oreintations in the white verweis. Journal of comparative neurology and psycology, 18, 27-44


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