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HARRY HARLOW: THE IMPACT OF ISOLATION ON MONKEYS Presented by: Shawn Bass, Doneasha Brewer, Zanovia Smith & Oscar Harris
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5 FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW Lived 10/31/1905 – 12/06/1981 He was influenced by Lewis Terman Was always intrigued by love Experiments ended in 1985 due to APA rules Still very controversial now
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THE RHESUS MONKEY EXPERIMENTS Demonstrated the importance of maternal care-giving & companionship in the early stages of life His results would later be applied to humans
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INITIAL REACTIONS The babies were hesitant to explore They were left with little to no comfort The monkeys cornered themselves in the cages
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THE SURROGATE MOTHERS One is covered in terry cloth, the other is left uncovered Half of the monkeys were fed with bottles on the wired mothers. The other half were fed with the cloth mothers
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METHODS & STRATEGIES Learning to Learn Maternal Deprivation Contact Comfort Open-field Test Fear Test
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