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Monday, May 11, 2015

During the next few years, different ideas about behaviorism studied, one of which was Watson's. His view of behaviorism was considered radical and was known for its extreme anti-mentalism, it s radical reduction of thinking to implicit response, and its heavy and somewhat simplistic reliance on conditioned reactions. Even with all the different variations, they all had one common idea- that psychology was defined as the natural science of behavior, objective in its study, and was a pattern of adjustment functionally dependent upon stimulus conditions in the environment, and was emphasized in theory and research (Wozniak).

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     In his earlier years Watson used animal subjects to study behavior. Later he turned to the study of human behaviors and emotions. Until World War I he collaborated his studies with Adolph Meyer. After the war he resumed his work at Johns Hopkins University. He wanted to develop techniques to allow him to " condition and control them emotions of human subjects.' " His famous study for this was called the Little Albert Experiment in which he theorized that children have three basic emotional reactions: fear, rage, and love. 
     He wanted to prove that these three reactions could be artificially conditioned in children. Watson used a little boy named Albert to test his theory.  He repeatedly presented Albert a rat in conjunction with a sudden, loud noise to classically condition fear of the rat.  This is human being abuse, child abuse, a satanic ritual at the professional level, and could be lightly considered to be a capital crime against humanity!

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