A case against Bowlby's maternal deprivation hypothesis.

A description of the studies that stand as evidence against Bowlby's maternal deprivation hypothesis including the Koluchova twins (1972), Rutter and the English and Romanian adoptees (ERA) study team (1998), Anna Freud and Sophie Dann (1951). 

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To present a case against Bowlby's maternal deprivation hypothesis ­
"The effects of deprivation cannot be reversed".
Support from the work of Koluchova, Freud and Dann and Rutter.

Koluchova (1972) ­ Czech twins.

Twin Czechoslovakian boys lost their mother shortly after birth.
They were placed into an institution, then in…

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To present a case against Bowlby's maternal deprivation hypothesis ­
"The effects of deprivation cannot be reversed".
Support from the work of Koluchova, Freud and Dann and Rutter.

deprivation can be reversed however a child is more likely to recover the younger they are
that their situation changes.

Anna Freud…

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