By John Bowlby
The world-famous psychiatrist and writer of the vintage works Attachment, Separation, and Loss bargains very important directions for baby rearing according to the the most important position of early intimate relationships.
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G. g. Sander ( 1964, 1980), Stern ( 1977), and myself ( 1958, 1969, 1973), have searched for new theoretical models. My own search has led not only to control theory and information processing but also to the biologically rooted disciplines of ethology and comparative psychology. Thus there is no lack of new initiatives and it will take time to see which of them, or perhaps which combination of them, proves most productive of scientific advance. Here my aim is to describe one such initiative, my own, and why I think it promising.
Some infants are born difficult, so the argument runs, and the mothers' adverse reactions to them are only to be expected. I do not think the evidence supports this view. For example, the observations made during the first three months of these infants' lives showed no correlation between the amount of crying a baby did and the way his mother was treating him; whereas by the end of the first year mothers who had attended promptly to their crying babies had babies who cried much less than did the babies of mothers who had left them to cry.
For example, the observations made during the first three months of these infants' lives showed no correlation between the amount of crying a baby did and the way his mother was treating him; whereas by the end of the first year mothers who had attended promptly to their crying babies had babies who cried much less than did the babies of mothers who had left them to cry. There are other findings, some of which are referred to in Lecture 6, that also support the view that in all but a small minority of cases it is the mother who is mainly responsible for how interaction develops.