Schaffer and Emerson ('64)

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  • Schaffer and Emerson ('64)
    • Evaluation
      • Small sample size
      • Doesn't lack mundane realism
      • It is ethnocentric
    • Method
      • They used 60 babies from Glasgow over a year
    • Findings
      • Children showed more attachment to the person who was most sensitively responsive to them and interacted with them the most. It wasn't the person who feed them
    • Conclusion
      • Strong evidence against learning theory
      • This study supports Harlow's study


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