By Harlow, Harry F.; Harlow, Harry Frederick; Blum, Deborah; Harlow, Harry F.
Deborah Blum examines the background of affection during the lens of its strangest unsung hero: an excellent, fearless, alcoholic psychologist named Harry Frederick Harlow. Pursuing the concept that human affection might be understood, studied, even measured, Harlow (1905-1981) arrived at his conclusions by means of accomplishing research--sometimes appealing, occasionally horrible--on the primates in his college of Wisconsin laboratory. ironically, his darkest experiments can have the brightest legacy, for by way of learning "neglect" and its life-altering outcomes, Harlow proven love's imperative function in shaping not just how we believe but additionally how we predict. Blum perspectives him as a pioneer in demonstrating the very important significance of relationships and like to overall healthiness and survival. Read more...
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Not that he wouldn’t have enjoyed a little more indulgence—or extra affection. His own research would lead him to realize, many years later, how much he had felt like an afterthought and how much he had minded. “I remember my mother as a tiny, beautiful, hardworking, and efficient woman who reared four sons, and probably a husband, ably, lovingly, providently. ” Harry was just a toddler when his brother fell ill. His mother was there, near the home, physically—just not quite all there emotionally for a small, shy younger brother.
He explored the learning abilities of castrated rats, and whether food or water was more likely to inspire a rat to escape. Stone was clinical, systematic, and cautious to his bone marrow. He was widely respected as a meticulous observer who built his scientific cases detail by solid detail. He and Harry were a near perfect mismatch of temperaments. ” Harry hated the thought. He wanted to leap. Never mind inch by inch, Harry used to pun; his professor was going to pursue scientific inquiry stone by stone.
Because Terman thought gifted children should perform well in real life as well as on paper, he screened against handicaps such as shyness and disabilities such as limping or stuttering. ” He looked for children who had a desire to excel. ” There was no doubt that self-confidence was the order of the day when Harry was at Stanford. Terman expected his chosen students to damn well be smart. And act it. He selected carefully. One favorite was Nancy Bayley, who would become one of UC Berkeley’s bestknown child psychologists and whose own work on cognitive development would eventually directly contradict Terman’s.
Love at Goon Park : Harry Harlow and the science of affection by Harlow, Harry F.; Harlow, Harry Frederick; Blum, Deborah; Harlow, Harry F.