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Worked with goslings and demonstrated that they imprint on the first moving object they see, such behaviour has survival value.
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BOWLBY 1944
The 44 Juvenile Thieves. To investigate the maternal deprivation hypothesis.
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MARY AINSWORTH
The strange situation, a laboratory experiment designed to measure the quality of an infant's attachment to their caregiver.
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VAN IJZENDOORN 1988
Investigating the cultural variations of attachment, conducted a meta analysis of 32 strange situation experiments carried out in 8 countries.
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ROBERTSON & BOWLBY
Observation of 2 year old girl upon admittance to hospital. They investigated the effect hospitilisation had as a disruption to attachment
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CURTISS 1977
Genie: A Case Study investigating the effects of privation
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KOLUCHOVA
The Czech Twins, A Case Study of Privation.
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TIZARD AND HODGES 1989
A longitudinal study of ex-institutionalised children. The aim was to investigate the effects of early institutionalised care had on a child's development.
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SYLVA ET AL 2003
The EPPE (Effective Provision of Pre-School Education) Project investigated early provision and the effect it had upon cognitive development and peer relations
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