Motherlove The baby's greatest need (Silent) /

During their first year, babies need food, shelter, and above all, someone to love them. Nothing can replace the loving care given by a mother or her substitute. Shows the healthy development of a child well-loved and cared for, and then children who lost their mothers and whose substitute was inade...

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Other Authors: Spitz, René A. 1887-1974. (Producer)
Wolf, Katherine M. 1907-1957.
(Producer)
Format: Movie Electronic
Language:English
Published:Akron, OH : Center for the History of Psychology, 1953.
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Online Access:Alexander Street Press, Psychological Experiments Online Available to Wheaton College users only
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Summary:During their first year, babies need food, shelter, and above all, someone to love them. Nothing can replace the loving care given by a mother or her substitute. Shows the healthy development of a child well-loved and cared for, and then children who lost their mothers and whose substitute was inadequate, with the consequence of a severe mourning reaction and life-long psychiatric disturbances.
Language Notes:In English.
Physical Description:1 online resource (1 streaming video (20 min.)) : silent, black and white.
Playing Time:00:19:45