Bowlby's Theory of Maternal Deprivation

Who observed baby rats separated from their mothers and what was the outcome?
Levy; permanent effect on social development
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What did Goldfarb say to support Bowlby?
IQ levels of institutionalised children were lower than those fostered (more emotional care)
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What did Rutter say to contradict Bowlby?
It was actually privation, not deprivation, as bonds were never formed
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Who gave the study of the two twin boys as a contradiction to Bowlby's theory?
Koluchova
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What did Lewis do to contradict Bowlby?
Did a study of 500 children and found that history of separation did not CAUSE criminality
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Why did Bowlby's study suffer from researcher bias?
Bowlby knew what he wanted to find and so may have chosen a sample of children to fit his hypothesis
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Why did Bowlby's study have high external validity?
It drew on a number of sources
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