By George Serban
In March, 1974, a global Symposium was once held on the Harmonie membership in long island to debate a hugely pertinent challenge in modern learn: the "Rele vance of the Animal Psychopathological version to the Human." This assembly was once subsidized via the Kittay origin, which introduced jointly an exceptional workforce of scientists eager about extensively diversified fields of study. This quantity, it truly is was hoping, will express the tone of vigorous and cordial trade among inter nationally well known investigators, together with Dr. I. Eibl-Eibesfeldt from Germany, Dr. Robert A. Hinde from England, Dr. Edward F. Domino from Michigan, and Dr. Pierre Pichot from France, Chairman of the guidance Committee. In his welcoming handle, Mr. Sol Kittay reminded us that guy has accomplished striking regulate over his surroundings yet now not over himself, and he advised that we should always reexamine our ancestral origins, and seek in animal habit for clues to the knowledge of ordinary and irregular habit in man.
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It happens that the early 1950's saw the first pUblications in English of major works by Lorenz (1950, 1952) and Tinbergen (1951). In addition to finding ethological writings of great intrinsic interest, I was struck by the overlap of subject matter between ethology and psychoanalysis. Both were interested in species-specific behavior, especially that mediating affectional bonds between parents and young and between mates; both were interested in the effect of early experience on later development, in conflict arising in social situations, in redirection of behavior, and in displacement activities.
Department of Psychology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia. 37 38 Mary D. Salter Ainsworth search with nonhuman primates and the more clinical perspective of the research on human subjects. " But let me first dwell on points of convergence rather than points of divergence. Suomi's review prompted me to recall a monograph that John Bowlby and I published in 1954 on research strategy in the study of mother-child separation. In it we enumerated the variables that seemed to influence the effect on a child of separation from his mother.
These animals instead exhibited the classic Bowlby protest-despair reaction to separation from object(s) of attachment. Substantial amounts of self-clasping and huddling behaviors were observed, rather remarkable in light of the subjects' age and rearing history and sharply in contrast to the McKinney findings with preadolescent monkeys. Had these reactions been observed in infant monkeys, they would undoubtedly have been diagnosed as anaclitic depression. And so, rather than dismiss or blindly accept analogy out of hand, perhaps some sensible conclusions regarding the monkey data can be advanced.
Animal Models in Human Psychobiology by George Serban