By John Bowlby
The world-famous psychiatrist and writer of the vintage works Attachment, Separation, and Loss deals very important instructions for baby rearing in accordance with the the most important position of early intimate relationships.
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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. Drawing on her own home observations, Ainsworth has given a graphic account of what can happen. For example, she describes how she has sat in homes hearing a baby crying and crying and counted the minutes until the mother has responded. In some cases a mother sits it out as long as she can bear to, believing that it would be bad for the baby and make him cry more were she to attend to him -- a belief that Ainsworth's findings firmly disprove.
Central to these new proposals are ideas drawn from systems theory and the study of human information processing. Those active in this enterprise include Rubinstein ( 1967), Peterfreund ( 1971, 1982), Rosenblatt and Thickstun ( 1977), Gedo ( 1979), and myself ( 1969, 1980). Meanwhile there are also a number of analysts who have been seeking to extend the discipline's data-base by studying children's social and emotional development using direct observations. g. Offer ( 1969). g. g. Sander ( 1964, 1980), Stern ( 1977), and myself ( 1958, 1969, 1973), have searched for new theoretical models.
Waddington ( 1957). Within this framework human personality is conceived as a structure that develops unceasingly along one or another of an array of possible and discrete pathways. All pathways are thought to start close together so that, at conception, an individual has access to a large range of pathways along any one of which he might travel. The one chosen, it is held, turns at each and every stage on an interaction between the organism as it has developed up to that moment and the environment in -64which it then finds itself.