Little Albert still missing
John Broadus Watson, Little Albert, child psychology, conditioned emotional response, history of psychology
Comments on the article by H. P. Beck, S. Levinson, & G. Irons. Beck, Levinson, and Irons presented a fascinating account of how they seemingly solved the mystery of whatever happened to Little Albert, the infant in whom Watson and Rayner (1920) claimed to have conditioned a rat phobia.
Powell, R. A. (2010). Little Albert still missing [Comment]. American Psychologist, 65, 299-300.
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