Little Albert was the fictitious name given to an unknown child who was subjected to an experiment in classical conditioning by John Watson and Rosalie Raynor at John Hopkins University in the USA, in 1919. but is known popularly today as Little Albert. The participant in the experiment was a child that Watson and Rayner called "Albert B." The boy initially showed no fear of any of the objects he was shown.

Around the age of 9 months, Watson and Rayner exposed the child to a series of stimuli including a white rat, a rabbit, a monkey, masks, and burning newspapers and observed the boy's reactions.



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