Spitz and Babies

Spitz observed that babies removed from their mother’s care and left in a hospital showed tension, anxieties, excitement and a accentuated demanding attitude toward the environment.

When deprivation lasts longer than three months, irreversible changes take and permanent damage follows, which interferes with the infant’s capacity of adaptation.

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, MD)

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