The reaction to separation in infant monkeys: anaclitic depression and conservation-withdrawal.

@article{Kaufman1967TheRT,
  title={The reaction to separation in infant monkeys: anaclitic depression and conservation-withdrawal.},
  author={I C Kaufman and Leonard A. Rosenblum},
  journal={Psychosomatic medicine},
  year={1967},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={648-75}
}
The reaction to removal of the mother was studied in 4 group-living pigtail monkey infants. All showed distress, with 3 progressing to a state of deep depression similar to the anaclitic depression of human infants following separation, as described by Spitz. The only infant not showing deep depression was the offspring of the dominant female. The stages of reaction are seen as successive efforts at adaptation based on available response systems, evolved for their selective advantage or… CONTINUE READING

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