John Bowlby and ethology: An annotated interview with Robert Hinde

@article{Horst2007JohnBA,
  title={John Bowlby and ethology: An annotated interview with Robert Hinde},
  author={Frank C. P. Horst and Ren{\'e} van der Veer and Marinus H. van IJzendoorn},
  journal={Attachment \& Human Development},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={321 - 335}
}
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, Konrad Lorenz, and especially Robert Hinde). In constructing his new theory on the nature of the bond between children and their caregivers, Bowlby profited highly from their new approach to (animal) behavior. Hinde and Tinbergen in their turn were influenced and inspired by Bowlby's new thinking… 

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