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Psychogenic Disease in Infancy Illustrates a series of psychogenic diseases and attempts to relate them to the infants' relationships with their mothers. Vgl.: Vom Säugling zum Kleinkind. Naturgeschichte der Mutter-Kind-Beziehungen im ersten Lebensjahr, Klett-Cotta Verlag, Stuttgart 1996, ISBN 360891823X (englische Erstausgabe: The First Year of Life, 1965). Die Orignalstudie wurde als „Hospitalism: An Inquiry into the Genesis of Psychiatric Conditions in Early Childhood, in The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Bd. 1 (1945), und „Hospitalism: A Follow-Up Report, in The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Bd. 2 (1946) publiziert
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Copyright © 2007 ZERO TO THREE http://www.zerotothree.org Ed Tronick (http://www.umb.edu/Why_UMass/Ed_Tronick), director of UMass Boston's Infant-Parent Mental Health Program (http://www.umb.edu/academics/cla/psychology/professional_development/infant-parent-mental-health/) and Distinguished Professor of Psychology, discusses the cognitive abilities of infants to read and react to their social surroundings. The video is an excerpt from Lovett Productions' HELPING BABIES FROM THE BENCH: USING THE SCIENCE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD IN COURT. Using the "Still Face" Experiment, in which a mother denies her baby attention for a short period of time, Tronick describes how prolonged lack of attention can move an infant from good socialization, to periods of bad but repairable socialization. In "ugly" situations the child does not receive any chance to return to the good, and may become stuck. For more information about Infant-Parent Mental Health, visit http://www.umb.edu/academics/cla/psychology/professional_development/infant-parent-mental-health/ To hear about Ed Tronick's latest work, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmE3NfB_HhE To support the Infant-Parent Mental Health program, visit https://securelb.imodules.com/s/1355/campaign/index.aspx?sid=1355&gid=3&pgid=1925&cid=4382&appealcode=umbweb&dids=78 and write "Infant-Parent Mental Health Program" in the "Other" field.
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Gene Sackett of the University of Washington in Seattle, and another of Harlow's doctoral students who went on to conduct additional deprivation studies, said, in his view, "the Animal Liberation Movement in the U.S. was born as a result of Harlow's experiments." The "Pit Of Despair," or vertical chamber, was a device used in experiments conducted on Rhesus Macaque monkeys during the 1970s by American PSYCHOlogist, Harry Harlow, best known for his sadistic maternal-separation and social isolation experiments on rhesus monkeys. The aim of the research was to produce an animal model of human clinical depression in order to demonstrate the importance of tangible affection in social and cognitive development. Harlow's first experiments into the effects of loneliness involved isolating a monkey in a cage surrounded by steel walls with a small one-way mirror, so the experimenters could look in, but the monkey couldn't look out. The only connection the monkey had with the world was when the experimenters' hands changed his bedding or delivered fresh water and food. Baby monkeys were placed in these boxes soon after birth; four were left for 30 days, four for six months, and four for a year. After 30 days, the monkeys, "total isolates" as they were called, were found to be "enormously disturbed." After being isolated for a year, they barely moved, didn't explore or play, and were incapable of having sex. When put with other monkeys for a daily play session, they were badly bullied. Two of them refused to eat and starved themselves to death. The Chamber: The vertical chamber was little more than a stainless-steel trough with sides that sloped to a rounded bottom. A 3/8 in. wire mesh floor 1 in. above the bottom of the chamber allowed waste material to drop through the drain and out of holes drilled in the stainless-steel. The chamber was equipped with a food box and a water-bottle holder, and was covered with a pyramid top designed to discourage incarcerated monkeys from hanging from the upper part of the chamber. In order to find out how the isolates would parent, Harlow devised what he called a "Rape Rack," to which the female monkeys were tied in the position taken by a normal female monkey in order to be impregnated. Artificial insemination had not been developed at that time. The pervert PSYCHOlogist found that, just as the monkeys were incapable of having sexual relations, they were also unable to parent their offspring, either abusing or neglecting them. "Not even in our most devious dreams could we have designed a surrogate as evil as these real monkey mothers were," wrote the PSYCHOlogist. Having no social experience themselves, the monkeys were incapable of appropriate social interaction. One mother held her baby's face to the floor and chewed off his feet and fingers. Another crushed her baby's head. Most of them simply ignored their offspring. Though these sordid experiments showed what total and partial isolation did to developing monkeys, still, the PSYCHOlogist did not feel that he had captured the "essence" of Clinical Depression, and so the madman devised a new more sinister contraption, a depression chamber that drove baby monkeys into a desperate state of loneliness, helplessness, and a sense of being trapped. Harlow referred to this chamber as being sunk in a "well of despair," "dungeon of despair," and "well of loneliness." Most of the monkeys placed inside it were at least three months old and had already bonded with others. The point of the experiment was to break those bonds in order to create the symptoms of depression. According to Harlow: "most subjects typically assume a hunched position in a corner of the bottom of the apparatus. One might presume at this point that they find their situation to be hopeless." Steven Suomi, one of Harlow's many doctoral students, placed some monkeys in the chamber for his PhD. He wrote that he could find no monkey who had any defense against it. Even the happiest monkeys came out damaged. He concluded that even a happy, normal childhood was no defense against depression. Willam Mason, another of Harlow's students who continued deprivation experiments after leaving Wisconsin, said Harlow "kept this going to the point where it was clear to many people that the work was really violating ordinary sensibilities, that anybody with respect for life or people would find this offensive."
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Co-Parenting - Eltern ja, Liebe nein | Frau tv | WDR
 
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Gemeinsame Eltern sein ohne Paarbeziehung, das ist Co-Parenting, das neue Modell, sich einen Kinderwunsch zu erfüllen. Ganz praktisch heißt das: zwei Menschen bekommen ein Baby und ziehen es gemeinsam groß, aber als Freunde nicht als Paar. Christine zum Beispiel hat eine Tochter mit einem Mann, mit dem sie befreundet ist. "In der Geburtsurkunde stehen wir beide, wir teilen uns das Sorgerecht", sagt die Mutter. „Größere Anschaffungen werden geteilt. Wir haben ein gemeinsames Konto, da kommt das Kindergeld drauf. Und wir zahlen zu gleichen Anteilen je etwas monatlich ein." Klingt einfach - aber funktioniert wirklich im Alltag so gut?
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1 of 4 - Secure attachment & the Key Person in Daycare by Richard Bowlby.
 
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Secure attachment & the Key Person in Daycare -- A basic guide to attachment theory by Richard Bowlby. This video has been divided up into 3 sections and includes the following areas: Video 1 - Secure Attachment & the Key Person in Daycare Introduction to Daycare Introduction to Attachment Theory The Early Years Foundation Stage Primary Attachment Figure for Comfort Primary Attachment Figure for Joy and Excitement Three Attachment Anxieties Video 2 - The Strange Situation Procedure Secure and Insecure Attachment Video 3 - Can I Leave my Baby? The Key Person Becoming Attached to a Key Person Impersonal Daycare Psychological Defensive Strategies Video 4 - Conclusion Acknowledgements Transcript of opening section -- Introduction to Daycare Most parents now about the government's plan to provide high quality affordable daycare, but many parents have heard scare stories that it might harm babies and toddlers. Since I retired from a career in scientific photography, I've been trying to understand more about daycare by reading research papers and talking to parents and professionals. This isn't my profession, so you'll have to make up your own mind about what I'm saying. My conclusions are that certain kinds of daycare experience can benefit babies and toddlers, but that other kinds can harm them -- the question is which ones and why? I'm going to start by looking at family bonds (attachment theory) then at beneficial experiences and then at harmful ones. Most people who've grown up in close knit families know that when parents are busy their babies and toddlers are sometimes cared for by family members. This sort of family childcare's been going on for thousands of years all over the world, and most children thrive on it. But one aspect that's easily overlooked is that family members know and love the babies and toddlers they care for, and the babies and toddlers know and love the family members who care for them. But family life in the UK is changing. Over the past 50 years we've needed more and more daycare and we've run out of family members to provide it free. Nowadays many parents have to work, and they need to earn more than it costs them in daycare expenses. This usually means having babies and toddlers cared for in groups by nursery staff, but it may be difficult for the babies and toddlers to love the staff in the same way they love a family member -- but does this really matter? Richard Bowlby -- son of John Bowlby Richard Bowlby grants permission for "Secure Attachment and the Key Person in Daycare" to be downloaded, reproduced and shown without restriction. Copyright and Reproduction-rights Richard Bowlby 2009
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