ANIMAL STUDYS OF ATTACHMENT

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LORENZ RESEARCH

ANIMAL STUDIES RELATIONSHIP INFANT ANIMALS & MOTHERS

INFORMED UNDERSTANDING ATTACHMENT HUMANS

PHENOMENOM IMPRINTING

NEWLY HATCHED DUCKLING FOLLOWED HIM

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PROCEDURE

DIVIDED CLUTCH GOOSE EGGS

HALF HATCHED NATURALLY

HALF HATCHED INCUBATORS FIRST THING SAW LORENZ

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FINDINGS

CONTROL GROUP FOLLOWED MOTHER

EXPERIMENTAL FOLLOW LORENZ

BIRD SPECIES ATTACHED FIRST MOVING OBJECT

CRITICAL PERIOD - FEW HOURS HATCHING

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SEXUAL IMPRINTING

ADULT MATE PREFERENCES

BIRDS IMPRINTED HUMAN - DISPAY COURTSHIP BEHAVOUR HUMANS

PEACOCK REARED TORTOISE

ADULT LOOK COURTSHIP TORTOISE

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EVALUATION: GENERLISABILITY HUMANS

INFLUENCED UNDERSTANDING HARD GENERALISING BIRDS TO HUMANS

MAMMALIAN ATTACHMENT DIFFERENT

MAMALS SHOW MORE EMOTION

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EVALUATION: OBSERVATION QUESTIONED

GUITON ET AL CHICKEN IMPRINTED YELLOW WASHING UP GLOVES

FIRST CHICKEN TRIED MATE - FOUND PREFERED CHICKENS

IMPINTING MATING NOT PERMANENT

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HARLOW RESEARCH

RHEUSUS MOKNEYS - MORE SIMIALR HUMANS THAN BIRDS

NEWBORN OBSERVED BARGE CAGE - DIED

SURVIVED IF CLOTH TO CUDDLE

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PROCEDURE

SOFT OBJECT SERVE FUNCTIONS MOTHER

16 MONKEY REARED TWO WIRE MODELS

ONE CONDITION MILK DISPENSED WIRE

SECOND MILK DISPENSED CLOTH COVERED

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FINDINGS

PREFERENCE SOFT OBJECT

SOUGHT COMFORT SOFT 

CONTACT COMFORT MORE IMPORTANT FOOD

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MATERNALLY DEPRIVED MONKEYS AS ADULTS

FOLLOWED MONKEYS - MATERNAL DEPRIVATION PERMANENT EFFECT

SEVERE CONSEQUENCES - DYSFUNCTIONAL - LESS SOCIABLE

MORE AGGRESSIVE - BRED LESS

SOME NEGLECTED & KILLED YOUNG

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CRITICAL PERIOD

CRITICAL BEHAVIOUR 

MOTHER FIGURE INTRODUCED 90 DAYS

EARLY DEPRIVATION = IRREPLACABLE DAMAGE

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EVALUATION: THEORTICAL VALUE

PROFOUND EFFECT UNDERSTANDING ATTACHMENT

ATTACHMENT RESULT CONTACT & COMFORT

IMPORTANCE QUALITY EARLY RELATIONSHIPS LATER SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

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EVALUATION: PRACTICAL VALUE

INSIGHT INFO

SOCIAL WORKERS UNDERSTAND RISK - INTERVENE & PREVENT

BABY MONKEYS ZOOS - BREEDING PROGRAMMES

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EVALUATION: ETHICAL ISSUES

MONKEY SUFFERED GREATLY

SIMILAIR HUMANS GENERALISE FINDINGS - SUFFERING SAME

WIRE MONKEY - "IRON MAIDEN" - TORTURE DEVICE

COST BENEFIT

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