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Classic Studies in Psychology

Discover the stories behind some of the most famous experiments and studies in psychology's history. Learn more about the influence and controversy behind studies such as the Standford Prison experiment and the Little Albert experiment.

The Little Albert Experiment
The Little Albert experiment was a famous psychology experiment conducted by behaviorist John B. Watson and graduate student Rosalie Rayner. Learn more about the Little Albert experiment and discover what happened to the boy in the study.

The Stanford Prison Experiment
The Stanford Prison Experiment is one of the most famous experiments in psychology's history. Learn more about the experiment and the results.

The Asch Conformity Experiments
Researchers have long been interested in the degree to which people follow or rebel against social norms. During the 1950s, psychologist Solomon Asch conducted a series of experiments designed to demonstrate the powers of conformity in groups

Pavlov's Dogs
The concept of classical conditioning is studied by every entry-level psychology student, so it may be surprising to learn that the man who first noted this phenomenon was not a psychologist at all. Learn more about classical conditioning, Ivan Pavlov and his well-known experiments with dogs.

The Science of Love: Harry Harlow & the Nature of Affection
Learn more about psychologist Harry Harlow's classic experiments that revealed the powerful effects of love.

The Milgram Obedience Experiment
Milgram's obedience experiment has become one of the most famous studies in psychology's history. Learn more about this classic study on obedience.

Bobo Doll Experiment
The Bobo doll experiment focused on how children learn aggression through observation. Learn more about this famous experiment.

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