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THE ORIGINS OF MARRIAGE
CHILDBEARING AND CHILDREARING
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abortion Albert Ellis Anna Freud assertion babies become birth Bowlby's Briffault Calverton Casler chapter chil child child-rearing cited conclude consequences considerable Courtly love cultural desire divorce dren early economic Ellis emotional environment evidence example exist experience fact family-reared feel frequently function Geber Gilbert Islanders group marriage happiness Havelock Ellis human husband ill effects illegitimacy important individuals infants instinct institution institutionalized children involved large number less lives male marital married mate maternal deprivation means ment mental health monkeys monogamy mother necessary nuclear family Oedipus complex offspring Open Marriage parents particular partners perceptual deprivation permissive matrimony persons polygamy polygyny position possible post-maternal pregnancy present probably psychological rearing reasons relations religious reported responses result rhesus monkeys riage romantic love satisfied sensory separation sex drive sexual behavior social pressures society Spitz studies suggested tactile stimulation tion tional upbringing woman women York