Privation and deprivation

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Roberston and Bowlby
P.D.D model - protest, despair, detachment. Acute distress can result from separation and these reactions follow a predicable sequence
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Roberston and Roberston
Acute reactions to separation could be prevented. Visit home before separation, take photos of mother and favourite toys plus usual routine maintained
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Bowlby
Deprivation resulted in affectionless psychopathy, supported maternal deprivation hypothesis
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Rutter
Arguments and stress of separation cause anti-social behaviour which is associated with maternal deprivation
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Quinton and Rutter
No evidence found to support Bowlby's theory of maternal deprivation when they were questioned about their time in a hospital
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Harlow
Privated monkeys were terrified when later introduced to other monkeys
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Suomi and Harlow
Effects of privation can be modified by supportive experiences, reduced by 'therapist' monkeys
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Curtiss
Genie, severely malnourished, could not speak, little progress in social or cognitive development
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Klouchova
There can be remarkable recovery from extreme privation
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Hodges and Tizard
Institutional care does not always have an adverse effect on development
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BBC report
11% of children who were looked after in institutions had 5 good GCSEs compared to 56% of the general population
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Harlow
Monkeys who were removed from isolation at 3 months made reasonable recoveries but 6 or 12 months continued to show disturbed behaviours
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Rutter and Barke
As the gap between adoption from Romania increased their IQ became much lower than the children adopted within UK
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