Maternal deprivation and privation

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Short term consequences of maternal deprivation?
Protest, Despair, Detachment
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Long term consequences of maternal deprivation?
Agression, Depression, Delinquency, Intellectual retardation, Dependancy, Dwarfism, Affectionless psychopathy, Social maladjustment
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Explain what is meant by the term 'privation' and 'maternal privation'?
Privation is a lack of care or poor quality of care. Maternal privation is an absence of attachment figure (the child never attached)
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Why didn't Bowlby consider maternal privation in his maternal deprivation hypothesis?
Bowlby's stages of attachment show attachment as an innate process, he believed we are biologically programmed to attach, he therefore didn't believe that children wouldn't/couldn't attach.
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Explain what is meant by the term 'deprivation' and 'maternal deprivation'?
Deprivation is having something and then having it taken away, therefore maternal deprivation is having your attachment figure taken away, the attachment is broken or disrupted.
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Long term consequences of maternal deprivation?

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Agression, Depression, Delinquency, Intellectual retardation, Dependancy, Dwarfism, Affectionless psychopathy, Social maladjustment

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