How do small children feel when they are separated from their
parents and familiar surroundings? In this account of their
pioneering research, the authors describe the anxiety, loneliness
and despair of young children in hospital, foster homes and
institutions in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s. This is the first
history of a uniquely influential couple in the field of child
health, who pioneered research into the effects of separation from
the mother when a small child went into hospital. Their work
revolutionised the policy of hospitals.
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