Maternal Deprivation & Institutionalisation

Outline Bowlby's Theory into Maternal Deprivation
Tavistock Clinic, 44 Thieves and 44 Maladjusted Individuals, who hadn't stolen. Retrospective Study. Assessed through IQ Tests, Psychiatric Assessments, Unstructured Interviews, Data shared with Bowlby. 20% were depressed, 14/44 affectionless, >5%
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Outline Supporting Research to Maternal Deprivation
Goldfarb - Looked at the comparison between those who had been instituitionalised and those who were fostered. Institution = 68%. Fostered = 96%
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Define Maternal Deprivation
When a child is separated from their mother, longer than the critical period of 30 months. As a result, they have emotional and intellectual consequences
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Outline research into Insitutionalisation
Rutter- Romanian Orphans adopted into a British System of good care. Assessed at 4,6,11,15 years. Control group of 52 British. IQ less than 6 months adopted = 102. Between adoption of 6 months and 2 years = 86. 1/2 Orphans were retarded or malnouish
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Outline research into Institutionalisation
Zeanah - Compared those in an institution in comparison to who haven't been institutionalised. 74% of control group was securely attached. 19% of those who had been institutionalised was securely attached.
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What is a dis-inhibited attachment?
When the individual has no primary care-giver, and so treats all the adults the same. Children have this when they have multiple attachments,
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