Do you think we are caring for this animal as God would have us care for them? I think there are people who take great care in looking after Monkey’s, the people who work in the Zoo’s and the people who are trying to protect the Monkey’s in the forest. But there are always people who try and take advantage of these creatures for there own gain, and mostly that is for money. So probally on a hole I think that God would like us to take more care with the Monkeys. Bibliograhy
Psychology Assignment Attachment John Bowlby was a British psychoanalyst born in 1907. He believed that mental health and behavioural problems could be attributed to early childhood experiences. He was commissioned by the World Health Organisation to investigate the effects on children’s development of being raised in an institution. To formulate his theory of attachment Bowlby drew on the work of Psychoanalytical theorists and Ethological theorists, such as Konrad Lorenz. ‘The time is ripe for a unification of Psychoanalytical concepts with those of Ethology’ J Bowlby 1953 Bowlby’s theory begins with the idea that we are all born with innate drives, this comes from the Darwinist theory that all characteristics have survival value, Bowlby would consider attachment to be one of these characteristics.
“Evaluate the extent to which Freud’s theory of Psychosexual Development can help us to understand a client’s presenting issue?” In this essay I am asked to evaluate one aspect of Freudian theory. I will begin by first describing Freud’s psychosexual theory and demonstrate an understanding of its relationship to adult neurotic behaviour. Having done this I will examine some of the criticisms that have been levelled at Freudian theory in order to evaluate it. In 1905 Freud published ‘Three Essays on the theory of Sexuality and other Works’, one of those essays was titled ‘Infantile Sexuality’. In this essay Freud sets out his theory of psychosexual development.
One was covered with sponge and a soft terry cloth material and the other was covered with by wire mesh for clinging on to. Both surrogate mothers had a light inserted for warmth and a feeding bottle. Harlow separated two groups of monkeys from their mothers and they were placed with the surrogate mothers. It was clear by the results of this study that although the monkeys would go to the wire mother for food, once fed they would return to the terry clothe mother. Harry Harlow and Mary Ainsworth experiment is simular because they both done an experiment on understanding attachment.
In which he offered his hypothesis on attachment and its importance between mother and child. In the following chapters we will explore what exactly he is stating, what is mother love? When he talks about its importance on a ‘child’s mental health’, what assertions is he making and do others agree with him, do they accept his techniques and hypothesis? Bowlby’s report was controversial but it influenced changes within health care, social work and in parenting. His report was influenced by Lorenz’s (1935) ethological studies of imprinting and his subsequent theory that attachment was innate.
He placed a drumming toy into the cage to see how the monkeys would react when they were frightened. He found that all the monkeys ran to the cloth monkey even the ones that had been fed by the wire monkey. He also noticed that when they were put into the cage after being frightened they were delinquent and showed signs of anti social behaviour. They were also unable to form normal relationships. Therefore he concluded that the monkeys in the cage suffered emotionally and so resulted in delinquency, but also the monkeys had an innate need for comfort.
Mike Judge fantasticly highlights the absurdities through his use of characters and blatantly obvious situations of pointless office work. Just as it is completely absurd to have humans cooped up in tiny cubicles all day; it’s likewise just as if not more absurd to expect monkeys to produce Hamlet. Mike Judge is the director I would like to hire because he would highlight the comical lunacy in tasking monkeys to produce Hamlet. Mike Judge was a cartoon director up until his movie Office Space so he has experience with non-human characters.
If secured the child will receive ample attention and have basic needs met. However, if unsecured may result in an impaired social and emotional development (Peterson, 2004). In attempts to distinguish between the associated attachment behaviours observed in infant-caregiver interaction, Mary Ainsworth patented the strange situation test; subsequent findings resulted in three categories of infant attachment style; A: insecure avoidant, B: secure and C: insecure resistant (Ainsworth, et al. 1978). This model was later applied to adult romantic relationships and adapted to form theories of adult
Darwinism, the belief in his theories of evolution was what sealed Cates’s fate. He taught his students of the other possibilities and was misjudged and misunderstood in a small town not seeking change. Drummond, while we learn is highly religious in the end, Some topics in this essay: Drummond Brady, Monkey Trial, Matthew Brady, Supporters Darwinism, Inherit Wind, BT Cates, Henry Drummond, monkey trial, scopes monkey trial, Scopes Monkey, scopes monkey, arrested teaching darwin's, defender god's words, god's words, students possibilities, defender god's, agnostic godless, monkey trial movie, town cates, inherit wind, teaching darwin's, trial
P. An application of attachment theory to the study of child abuse. [Ph.D. dissertation], California School of Professional Psychology; 1979  Main, M.; & Hesse, E. Parents’ Unresolved traumatic Experiences are Related to Infant Disorganized Attachment Status: Is Frightened and/or Frightening Parental Behaviour the Linking Mechanism? In Greenberg, M.T. ; Cicchetti, D.; & Cummings, M. [Eds.]