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02.04 Social Development in Childhood

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Shyenne Phillips

on 3 January 2015

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Transcript of 02.04 Social Development in Childhood

Both, Harlow and Ainsworth, made new discoveries on human exploration.
Ainsworth studied humans and discovered that an infant will explore a room when their mother is there too. Also, the baby will be more calm and relaxed towards strangers if their mother is present.
Harlow studied monkeys and they seemed to like the comfort more. They did not want cold hunk of wire.
Cloth mothers
offers comfort from the surrogate mother to the baby monkeys.
their babies grew to be happier, healthier, and stronger.
made out of cloth.
Both Mothers
same type and amount of milk.
had a heating element.
used the same monkey.
Wire Mothers
made of wire.
offers no comfort.
the baby monkeys grow to be weak and unhealthy.
"Now I know what's wrong with me," she said, "I'm just a wire mother." This parent may be a strict parent that does not give her children much say in what goes on. When she is calling herself a "wire mother", she is claiming that she does not give her children the comfort they want. The wire and cloth mothers give the same nutrients but the comfort is what they really want because it makes them feel safe and secure.
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