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Bowlby’s 44 Thieves. He diagnosed some children who had been separated from their mothers with the condition of affectionless psychopathy which involved a lack of guilt This led Bowlby to consider the link between early separation and emotional problems. Bowlby’s 44 Thieves.

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bowlby s 44 thieves
Bowlby’s 44 Thieves
  • He diagnosed some children who had been separated from their mothers with the condition of affectionless psychopathy which involved a lack of guilt
  • This led Bowlby to consider the link between early separation and emotional problems
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Bowlby’s 44 Thieves
  • Bowlby compared the juvenile thieves to a control group who had not committed any crimes
  • He found that 32% of thieves were affectionless psychopaths lacking a social conscience
  • 0% of the control group were diagnosed as an affectionless psychopath
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Bowlby’s 44 Thieves
  • Of the 32% of thieves diagnosed, 86% had experienced early separation before the age of 5
  • These findings suggest that maternal deprivation can have very severe effects including producing a lack of emotional development
  • These negative effects may still be present years later
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Evaluation
  • Bowlby’s research has highlighted the importance of the relationship between the mother and child
  • However, it does not consider that children’s emotional problems may be due to other factors such as the poor quality of the institution itself rather than maternal deprivation
  • Further to this, it has been found that these negative effects which were thought to be irreversible are actually more reversible than first thought