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Psych (de)privation

Psych deprivation

Hodges and Tizard (P) Adopted/returned to bio/stayed in institution. All suffered disinhibited attachment but adopted were best
AO2 of Hodges and Tizard (P) Longitudinal (good but attrition). Good quality care so not result of abuse. Natural experiment. May have been adopted for better social skills.
Rutter (P) Romanian orphans. Later adopted, stronger disinhibition.
AO2 of Rutter (P) Longitudinal study. Natural experiment
Rutter (Isle of Wight) (D) Reasons for separation more important
44 thieves (Bowlby) (D) 86% of affectionless psychopaths had long term separation
AO2 of Bowlby (D) Mixed deprivation and privation, retrospective data, could have been situation that caused it
Robertson & Robertson (D) Little John - PDD
Genie (P) Never recovered. Case study - idiographic. Could have been retarded from birth
Koluchova (P) Recovered fully. Could have formed attachment to each other. Case study - idiographic
Harlow's rhesus monkeys (P) Always fighting other monkeys, couldn't mate. Shouldn't extrapolate
Created by: Georgia11