Bowlby

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How many thieves were there?
44
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What is a case study?
A detailed research investigation on an individual
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What type of study was Bowlby's?
A series of case studies
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Was there a control group?
Yes
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Was the study an experiment?
No
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What did the final analysis of this study look at?
An association between the two groups of participants and experiences of seperation
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What did the 44 children attend?
A guidance council clinic in London
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Where all of the children charged in court?
No. Only a few were because they were too young to be charged.
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How many boys were there?
31
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How many girls were there?
13
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How old were the children?
5-17 years old
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What were the children graded in terms of?
The seriousness of their stealing.
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How many grade IV children were there?
22
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How many grade I children were there?
4
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How many thieves had an IQ score of below 85?
2
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How many thieves had a higher IQ than 114?
15
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How was the control group similar to the experimental group?
age, sex and IQ, emotional problems
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How were the control group different to the experimental group?
They were not thieves.
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What was the participants' mothers' role in the study?
They were interviewed
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Why were the mothers interviewed?
so that the case histories of the children could be assessed
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How was the sample obtained?
Opportunity sampling
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How was the IQ assessed?
Through mental tests
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What scale was used to assess the childrens' intelligence?
Binet scale
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What sort of attitude was noted by the psychologist?
Emotional
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What did the social workers record during interviews with the childs' mothers?
Basic/Initial details of the child's early psychiatric history
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What was Bowlby's role?
The psychiatrist
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What did the psychiatrist do?
He got information from the psychologists and the social workers, and interviewed the children and mothers
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What other resources did the team use?
School reports, Clinical reports.
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How long did some of the children continue to meet with the psychiatrist?
Six months or more
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How frequently did some of the children continue to meet with the psychiatrist?
Weekly
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