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Psychology 320 Dr. Higley I. Attachment history a. Germ theory: homes must remain clean and sterile and parents must limit contact with children a.i. The Wife’s Handbook a.i.1. Mother’s touch is crawling with germs a.i.2. Children mortality rates correlate with a mother’s touch a.ii. Luther Holt a.iii. John B. Watson a.iii.1. “too much hugging and coddling could make infancy unhappy… that he might grow up unfit for marriage.” a.iii.2. Mother’s touch with force dependency on children a.iv. Rene Spitz a.iv.1. Compiled a film of the miserable condition children faced in the hospitals without a mother’s presence a.iv.2. Film is revered by some and hated by most a.v. Henry Chapin a.v.1. 100% of infants die by age 2 a.v.2. Effects of germ theory precautions are taking its toll on infant patients b. Attachment theory: b.i. John Bowlby b.i.1. Love only comes because mother feeds the baby and cares for the baby (conditioned stimulus) b.i.2. Mother’s love is detrimental to a child’s normal development b.ii. Harlow b.ii.1. Surrogate experiment b.ii.1.a. Results b.ii.1.a.i. Baby monkeys showed secure attachment to
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