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Unformatted text preview: a beautiful land called Yazoo, with beautiful winged and horned creatures. When he was done with his drawing, he would bisect the creatures with sharp black lines, still beautiful on paper, and all bloody in color. Harlow did his undergraduate and graduate studies at Stanford University. He did research under the famous psychologist Lewis Terman, who studied the IQ in gifted children. Harlow also married Termans former student Clara. In 1930, Harlow took a job at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He studied rhesus monkeys IQ but soon he starts to wonder about something else. When Harlow would separate the infant monkeys from their mothers, the baby monkeys would become attached to the terry cloth towels covering the cage floors. They would lie on them, claps them tightly in their hands, and throws a tantrums whenever their cloth were taken away....
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- Spring '11