Summary of Harlow's study

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Harlow study SUMMARY
Monkeys were separated from their mother at birth and put into a cage, in the cage was a substitute
cloth and wire mother. However, the monkey could only get food from the wire mother but spent
more time with the cloth mother. When Harlow monkeys were released with other normally
socialised monkey they were antisocial towards them and if they did have offspring they were
neglecting mothers.


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