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Harry Harlow

Data de nascimento: 31. Outubro 1905
Data de falecimento: 6. Dezembro 1981

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Harry Frederick Harlow foi um psicólogo estadunidense mais conhecido por seus experimentos de separação maternal, dependências e isolamento social com macacos Rhesus. Estas experiências revelaram a importância do cuidado e do companheirismo no desenvolvimento cognitivo. Ele conduziu a maior parte de suas pesquisas na Universidade do Wisconsin-Madison, onde trabalhou com o psicólogo humanista Abraham Maslow por um curto período de tempo.

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„The little we know about love does not transcend simple observation, and the little we write about it has been written better by poets and novelists.“

—  Harry Harlow
Context: Love is a wondrous state, deep, tender, and rewarding. Because of its intimate and personal nature it is regarded by some as an improper topic for experimental research. But, whatever our personal feelings may be, our assigned missions as psychologists is to analyze all facets of human and animal behavior into their component variables. So far as love or affection is concerned, psychologists have failed in this mission. The little we know about love does not transcend simple observation, and the little we write about it has been written better by poets and novelists. originally published in "The Nature of Love" https://books.google.ca/books?id=e10mee-djCUC&pg=PA673&lpg=PA673&dq=The+little+we+know+about+love+does+not+transcend+simple+observation&source=bl&ots=p1ez0bTQib&sig=BH1fmd9ZXLJ3h3pDHwIFdchsnnU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj04cSaxsTQAhXLx1QKHQ9bAgoQ6AEIJjAB#v=onepage&q=The%20little%20we%20know%20about%20love%20does%20not%20transcend%20simple%20observation&f=false, American Psychologist, volume 13, number 12, December 1958

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„In the first place I have an enormous regard for common sense. Any time we discover some great thing and it contradicts common sense, we better go back to the laboratory and check it.“

—  Harry Harlow
in interview with , as cited in Love According To Harry Harlow http://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/love-according-to-harry-harlow#.WE2jv33d7cs, t the Association for Psychological Science's Observer, by Deborah Blum, January 2012.

„Not even in our most devious dreams could we have designed a surrogate as evil as these real monkey mothers were.“

—  Harry Harlow
on the parental behavior of monkeys whose social behaviors he had destroyed in their infancy. as quoted in Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection, by Deborah Blum, Perseus Publishing, 2002

„Because that's how it feels when you're depressed.“

—  Harry Harlow
when challenged on the design of his "vertical chamber apparatus". as quoted in Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection, by Deborah Blum, Perseus Publishing, 2002

„Apathetic Annie was complacent and serene
Though suffering from,

But Annie did not really care
Though life was nearly gone
For Annie had a tumor of the.“

—  Harry Harlow
an attempt to describe symptoms in poetry, while studying medicine at in 1924 as quoted in Love at Goon Park https://books.google.ca/books?id=obODAAAAQBAJ&pg=PT26&lpg=PT26&dq=%22though+suffering+from+paresis%22&source=bl&ots=KLAHZqLzIR&sig=7U5NnYVatwD7LVa9ot5hrtfh828&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwii-YTTysTQAhWhgVQKHfY3CKEQ6AEIHTAA#v=onepage&q=%22though%20suffering%20from%20paresis%22&f=false, by .

„In our study of psychopathology, we began as sadists trying to produce abnormality. Today, we are psychiatrists trying to achieve normality and equanimity.“

—  Harry Harlow
Harlow, H.F., Harlow, M.K., Suomi, S.J. From thought to therapy: lessons from a primate laboratory. 538-549; American Scientist. vol. 59. no. 5. September–October; 1971.