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Mother's Nurturing:  Medicine for Life, Interview of Stephen Suomi, PhD, (world-famous researcher of attachment in rhesus monkeys), from Facts of Life:  Issue Briefings for Health Reporters, Vol. 4, no. 4.
Center for the Advancement of Health,  cfah.org, May 1999
Q. ...what role does the mother monkey play?
A.
A huge one.

...
We have taken monkey infants away from their mothers and raised them almost completely among other monkeys their age (like in a daycare setting). They form strong attachments with each other, show normal growth rates, and develop relatively normal behavior. Superficially, they appear to be completely normal.
But in novel situations, these peer-reared monkeys are more easily disturbed behaviorally and physiologically.
...As they grow up, these peer-reared individuals start showing problems with serotonin metabolism particularly with respect to aggression. This is especially evident in males.
... Its hard to believe...that these monkeys...can be so sensitive to early experiences and be susceptible to lifelong (negative) consequences, and humans would not be.
Category = Behavior
Dan Quayle on Families & Children
On The Issues - Every Political Leader on Every Issue
ontheissues.org, 28-Jun-99
Government daycare, government pre-school & after-school & summer-school - these proposals do help many families. But they do nothing to bring parents and children together. These proposals would only result in more spending and regulation. Which means more taxes. Which means more hours worked to pay the tax bill. They would only keep parents on the treadmill that is keeping them away from home. If we reduced taxes and let families choose, there would be less demand for government services.
Source: Speech to American Enterprise Institute Jun 28, 1999

Category = Politics
 
Dan Quayle on Families & Children
On The Issues - Every Political Leader on Every Issue
ontheissues.org, 28-Jun-99
Quayle presented a series of reforms designed to remove the barriers that make remaining at home so difficult for so many parents.  These proposals include Quayle's ...extension of the daycare tax credit to all* parents...
*At-home parents, as well as those who use daycare
Source:  Press Release on AEI Speech June 28, 1999

Category = Politics

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