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Softback, ex-library, with usual stamps and markings, in fair all round condition suitable as a study copy. ISBN13:9780140202717. Release Date:July 1953.
Bowlby, John, Fry, Margery, Ainsworth, M. Published by Penguin Books (1953). ISBN 10: 0140202714 ISBN 13: 9780140202717.
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John Bowlby, Margery Fry., Mary D. Salter Aisnworth. John Bowlby postulated that mental health and behavioural problems could be attributed to early childhood, and specifically to maternal deprivation. Such is the Child Care and the Growth of Love is an important seminal work by John Bowlby, the main British psychologist, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst responsible for developing attachment theory in the early 1950's. His work is based on Konrad Lorenz' work on imprinting in ducklings. His "Attachment and Loss" trilogy, of which this is the final part, form the basis of much modern-day thinking in psychotherapy.
Mary Dinsmore Salter was born in Glendale, Ohio on December 1, 1913 . Ainsworth, M. and Bowlby, J. (1965). London: Penguin Books.
Mary Dinsmore Salter was born in Glendale, Ohio on December 1, 1913, the eldest of three daughters born to Mary and Charles Salter. Her father, who possessed a master's degree in history, worked at a manufacturing firm in Cincinnati and her mother, who was trained as a nurse, was a homemaker. (1967). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins.
Mary Salter married Leonard Ainsworth and accom-. Apa centennial: origins of attachment theory. 761. panied him to London, where he completed his doctoral stud-. Ainsworth, was published by Penguin Books in 1965. It is interesting to examine the. 1951. report from today's per-. At that time Bowlby still used the terminology of tra-. ditional psychoanalysis (love object, libidinal ties, ego, and su
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Mary Salter Ainsworth, American Canadian developmental psychologist known for her contributions to attachment theory
Mary Salter Ainsworth, American Canadian developmental psychologist known for her contributions to attachment theory. When she was five years old, Mary Salter’s family moved to Toronto, where her father became president of a manufacturing firm. At age 15 she read Character and the Conduct of Life. After the Ainsworths’ move to Baltimore, Maryland, in 1954, Mary performed diagnostic work at a psychiatric hospital and lectured at Johns Hopkins University, where she became associate professor of developmental psychology in 1958.