The Bobo doll experiment is a kind of an experiment that was conducted by Albert Bandura in 1961 and 1963. These two conducted a research on the children’s behaviour after they watched an adult act very aggressively towards a Bobo doll. This experiment shows that human beings learn not only by being behaviours which reward or punish people, they can also learn by watching somebody who are being rewarded or punished. This experiment is important because this study helped in giving birth to many other studies regarding the different kinds of effects on observational learning. Such studies have a practical implication on how the children can be easily influenced by watching violent media on television. The same way television programs like Game of Thrones and Mentalist have on the viewers. The researchers through their studies conducted how aggressive were the children by observing them in their play schools. In order to conduct this study, each child was exposed to a scenario separately so that no child is influenced by other classmates. In the first part of the experiment, the child along with an adult was taken into a playroom. There the child was made to be involved in some activities. Before the adult model left the room, he explained to the child that the toys kept in the room in one corner were only for the adults to play, so the child should not touch them. When the child was left alone with the dolls, it was seen that after some time, the child gets aggressive with the Bobo doll. The child would hit and punch the Bobo doll and hit the Bobo doll in the face. After some time when the experimenter came back into the room, he took the child into another playroom where another adult was seen playing with other toys rather than with the Bobo doll. The child was then taken out of that room.