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Harlow's Famous Monkey Study: The Historical and Contemporary Significance of the Nature of Love
Canadian journal of family and youth
If you were to contemplate what it meant to be loved or what exactly makes you love another individual, the brunt of your conceptualization may very well stem back to Harry Harlow's famous 1958 study, "The Nature of Love." At a time that approached love as a child's need to reduce primary drives via his/her mother, Harlow aimed to identify other variables that could explain the underlying affection of an infant-mother bond – such as contact comfort. To do this, Harlow conducted a series ofdoi:10.29173/cjfy29349 fatcat:663vxmzb3baunna6qnnx6jbbcy