By Claire Meldrum
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He compared 44 child thieves with 44 other maladjusted children (who had committed no crimes). ■ He labelled 32% of the thieves ‘affectionless psychopaths’ because they lacked any sense of guilt or remorse. ■ None of the non-thieves was classed as affectionless psychopaths. 86% of the affectionless psychopaths had experienced ‘early and prolonged separation from their mothers’ compared with very few of the other children he studied. ● Evaluation of Bowlby’s ‘44 thieves study’: ■ Data about separations may not have been reliable because it was collected retrospectively (after the event).
However, we need to be cautious when generalising from studies using non-human animals. The physical environment ● Noisy or crowded conditions, for example, are associated with stress. ● Glass et al. (1969) found that random noise was more stressful than predictable noise and led to worse performance on cognitive tasks. The best performance, however, occurred in quiet conditions. ● Cohen et al. (1981) compared children attending noisy schools with those attending quiet schools. The children at the noisy schools had higher blood pressure and more problems with concentration.
By Lazar and Darlington 1982), however, has shown that the HS children were eventually more likely to attend college and less likely to experience social problems than children from comparable backgrounds who had not received preschool educational day care. Research into social effects of day care Effects on attachments If Bowlby was correct, the separation of young children from their parents when the children enter day care might have detrimental effects on the children’s later emotional and social development.
As Psychology by Claire Meldrum