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Hodges and Tizard (1989)
Institutionalised Children. Long Term Effects of Privation. Longitudinal Study. Children studied until age 16. Institution, Adopted, Biological Family.
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Robertson's (1969)
Seperation behaviours using Naturalistic Observation. Case Study Little Johnny. Went from happy, well-adjusted to distressed. Rejected mother.
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John Bowlby (1944)
Attachment between babies and their caregivers. Test Maternal Deprivation Hypothesis. 44 Juvenile Thieves. Link between early separation and later social and emotional maladjustment.
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Ijzendoorn and (1988)
Discover if there are variations in attachments across cultures. Meta analysis. 32 Studies. All used Strange Situation data. All cultures mostly secure attached type B. Western countries more avoidant type. Non-Western more resistant.
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Psychology
Psychology
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Seperation behaviours using Naturalistic Observation. Case Study Little Johnny. Went from happy, well-adjusted to distressed. Rejected mother.

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Attachment between babies and their caregivers. Test Maternal Deprivation Hypothesis. 44 Juvenile Thieves. Link between early separation and later social and emotional maladjustment.

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Discover if there are variations in attachments across cultures. Meta analysis. 32 Studies. All used Strange Situation data. All cultures mostly secure attached type B. Western countries more avoidant type. Non-Western more resistant.

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Psychology

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