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John Bowlby, (1907-1990), was a famous British psychologist who graduated from the prestigious Cambridge University. Bowlby became Staff Psychologist at the London Child Guidance Clinic soon after graduating.
Later, Bowlby transfered to Tavistock Clinic, where he held the position of chairman in the department for children and parents. His work covered a variety of topics from crime and juvenile deliquency, but most notably he created a widely-studied theory of attachment and the maternal deprivation hypothesis.

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