John Bowlby : from psychoanalysis to ethology : unraveling the roots of attachment theory
About the Author. Foreword (Professor Jerome Kagan). Acknowledgments. Introduction. 1 Biographical Notes and Early Career. 2 Loneliness in Infancy: The WHO Report and Issues of Separation. 3 Working…
Rigorous Experiments on Monkey Love: An Account of Harry F. Harlow’s Role in the History of Attachment Theory
- S. Suomi, F. V. D. Horst, R. Veer
- PsychologyIntegrative Psychological and Behavioural Science
- 8 August 2008
It is related how Harlow arrived at his famous research with rhesus monkeys and how this made Harlow a highly relevant figure for attachment theorist Bowlby.
FROM SECURE DEPENDENCY TO ATTACHMENT: Mary Ainsworth’s Integration of Blatz’s Security Theory Into Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
John Bowlby is generally regarded as the founder of attachment theory, with the help of Mary Ainsworth. Through her Uganda and Baltimore studies Ainsworth provided empirical evidence for attachment…
John Bowlby and ethology: An annotated interview with Robert Hinde
Abstract From the 1950s, John Bowlby, one of the founders of attachment theory, was in personal and scientific contact with leading European scientists in the field of ethology (e.g., Niko Tinbergen,…
The ontogeny of an idea: John Bowlby and contemporaries on mother-child separation.
In this contribution, the authors situate the development of Bowlby’s attachment theory against the background of the social, cultural, and scientific developments in interbellum Britain. It is shown…
“When Strangers Meet”: John Bowlby and Harry Harlow on Attachment Behavior
- F. V. D. Horst, Helen A. LeRoy, R. Veer
- ArtIntegrative Psychological and Behavioural Science
- 3 September 2008
From 1957 through the mid-1970s, John Bowlby, one of the founders of attachment theory, was in close personal and scientific contact with Harry Harlow and the cross-fertilization of their work are described.
The intergenerational impact of trauma and family violence on parents and their children.
The outcome of non-residential youth care compared to residential youth care: A multilevel meta-analysis
Loneliness in Infancy: Harry Harlow, John Bowlby and Issues of Separation
In this contribution, the authors give an overview of the different studies on the effect of separation and deprivation that drew the attention of many in the 1940s and 1950s. Both Harlow and Bowlby…
Changing attitudes towards the care of children in hospital: a new assessment of the influence of the work of Bowlby and Robertson in the UK, 1940-1970.
It is argued that the picture of Bowlby and Robertson's work in changing the hospital conditions for young children was incomplete and that, historically, things were rather more intricate.