In this contribution the reciprocal influence of Harlow and Spitz concerning the consequences of maternal deprivation of monkeys and men, respectively. In the s, Harlow conducted a series of experiments on monkeys. He separated newborn monkeys from their mothers. Each monkey was presented with two. The independent variable in these experiments was the isolation that the monkeys were being exposed to. The dependent variable in these experiments was the. Harry Harlow spent years looking into rhesus monkey's developmental patterns and social bonding skills. Through his study, he came to the. In the s, Harry Harlow of the University of Wisconsin tested infant dependency using rhesus monkeys in his experiments rather than human. monkeys. Harlow's work with infant rhesus monkeys appeared in one From his experiments, Harlow concluded that infant rhesus monkeys need “contact. Harlow's Monkeys. Harry Harlow is a famous American psychologist who studied human development and behaviors through the behavior of monkeys. by Janice Fung. 1. HARLOW'S EXPERIMENTS ON ATTACHMENT IN MONKEYS THEORIES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT; 2. BACKGROUND • American psychologist Harry Harlow. Harry F. Harlow was a professor of psychology at the Universityof Wisconsin By the time Harlow tested the monkeys ondays 13 and 14 of the experiment. Barbara Smuts reviews book Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of When Harlow began his monkey experiments, a few sensitive.