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  1. Finding Little Albert: Adventures in Our Journey to Watson’s Infant Laboratory

  2. What Was Known: Watson’s Writings

  3. What We Learned: Additional Discoveries

  4. The Hard Part: Finding An Individual Who Matched These Attributes • No employee records • No patient records. • Watson burned his papers shortly before his death.

  5. The Hard Part: Finding An Individual Who Matched These Attributes • No employee records • No patient records. • Watson burned his papers shortly before his death. • Census

  6. To Find Albert You Must Go To Granada Sharman

  7. Three Hopkins Foster Mothers And A Grandson Pearl Barger Ethel Carter Arvilla Merritte Gary

  8. Why Call The Baby Albert B. ?A Very Good SEPA Story • 1. Brewer’s John Albert Broadus hypothesis. • 2. Rosalie and John’s two sons were named William and James.

  9. Landmarks in Arvilla Irons Merritte’s Life • 1898: Born in New Jersey. Moved to Virginia early 20th century. • 1915: Maurice Irons born. • 1919: Douglas Merritte born. Arvilla works at the Harriet Lane Home. • Early 1920s: Arvilla and Douglas move in with Brashears. • 1926: Arvilla marries Wilbur Hood • 1939: Gwendolyn born. • 1988: Arvilla dies at 89 years of age.

  10. Albert Figure 1. Close-up of Albert on the right, he is 8 months and 26 days of age. Possibilities of a confirmatory and disconfirmatory analyses.

  11. Douglas-Albert Figure 1. Close-up of Douglas on the left, his age is unknown. Close-up of Albert on the right, he is 8 months and 26 days of age.

  12. What Is Known: Watson’s Writing

  13. What Is Known: Additional Discoveries

  14. Epilogue To A Quest

  15. Epilogue To A Quest

  16. For Additional Information About Albert-Douglas Harris, B. (1979). Whatever happened to little Albert? American Psychologist, 34, 151‑160. Beck, H. P., Levinson, S. & Irons, G. (2009). Finding Little Albert: A journey to John B. Watson’s infant laboratory, 64, 605-614. http://www.thepsychfiles.com/2010/01/episode-114-video-finding-little-albert/