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" I remember my mother let me die of starving rather than feed me, when I reached 4 years old. " Dr. Wong. Photo by Stephen Wong
When feeding from the chicken-wire "mother," the infant would cling to his terry-cloth favorite. Harlow concluded that in infant mother love, holding and cuddling are even more important than feeding.
Harry Harlow, y sus madres de alambre 1957 - 1963
In the 1950’s I conducted an experiment where I separated infant monkeys from their mothers 6-12 hours after birth and raised them with surrogate mothers. One mother was made of heavy wire mesh and the other with wood, foam and cloth.
Harlow onderzocht apen en hun sociaal gedrag als gevolg van isolering. De apen werden 3, 6 of 12 maanden na de geboorte in een kooi geplaatst en kregen mechanische verzorging. Het besluit is dat apen van 12 maanden isolering zware stoornissen zullen vertonen.
Little Lab of Horrors: Psychologist Harry Harlow’s famous experiment in which baby rhesus monkeys chose fake mothers made of cloth over wire models rigged with milk bottles changed the way humans raised children. (Before then, parental distance was encouraged to promote independence.) But Harlow also wanted to explore the darker side of love—that is, the absence of it. To study depression, Harlow placed monkeys in a chamber he called “the pit of despair.” He found that in isolation the ...