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Explain separation VS Deprivation
Physical separation only leads to deprivations when the child loses emotional care.
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Explain the Crtitical Period
The first 30 months are critical and deprivitation in that time causes damage.
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Explain effects on development
GOLDFARB: Deprivation causes low IQ. BOWLBY: emotional development e.g. affectionless psychopaths
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Explain 44 thieves study
BOWLBY: Mnay more affectionless psychopaths than controls had a prolonged separation.
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What type of sample was 44 thieves?
opportunity
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How many children were selected in 44 thieves?
88
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What were the findings of 44 thieves?
More than half of the juvenile thieves had been separated from their mothers for longer than six months during their first five years. In the control group only two had had such a separation.
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Give 1 Evaluation
Evidence may be poor- Orpahns have experienced other traumas- Bowlby may be be a biased observer
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Give another evaluation
Counter evidence- LEWIS: sample of 500, no link between early separation and later criminality.
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Give another evaluation
A sensitive period- BOWLBY: exaggerated the importance of a critical period.
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Give another evaluation
44 thieves- asking to recall memories, this may not be accurate as forgetting can take place.
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Give another evaluation
Animal studies support- Harlow and Lorenz
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