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  • 1.
    • Erin Keys
    • Katie O’Neil
    • Jasmine Kelly
    • Jocelyn Laudisi
    Psychology Unfolded: Study of Fear in Children
  • 2.
    • Academic Discourse Community: Psychology
    • Focus: How psychologists study fear in children.
    • Fear responses in children.
    Introduction
  • 3.
    • As distress due to unidentifiable or identifiable threats that may trigger anxiety or agitation.
    Psychologists Define Fear
  • 4.
    • Crime
    • Racial tension
    • Poverty
    • Natural disasters
    • Divorce
    • Not fitting in
    • Bullying/teasing
    • Kidnapping
    Things that Children fear
  • 5.
    • Keeps you safe & out of danger:
    • fight or flight
    • Motivation
    • Thrill seekers
    • i.e. roller coasters, sky diving, etc.
    • Adrenaline rush
    Positive Effects of Fear
  • 6.
    • Nightmares
    • Self-harm
    • Loneliness
    • Aggression
    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Avoidance
    • Misbehavior
    Negative Effects of Fear
  • 7. BoBo Doll Experiment In 1961, Albert Bandura did a study that was designed to understand the phenomenon of identification learning in children. The study demonstrates how children’s actions reflect the behaviors that they observe. Hi! I’m BoBo!!
  • 8.
    • Exposed to aggressive & nonaggressive behavior
    • Imitative learning tested in a controlled situation
    • Exposed to aggressive behavior = reproduce aggressive behavior
    • Subjects exposed to nonaggressive behavior = reproduce nonaggressive behavior
    BoBo Doll Experiment Explained
  • 9. Results