Trisia Eddy

A charming lady once heard me describe these experiments and,
when I subsequently talked to her, her face brightened with
sudden insight: "Now I know what's wrong with me," she said,
"I'm just a wire mother.” Perhaps she was lucky.
She might have been a wire wife.

Harry F. Harlow, “The Nature of Love”
Address of the President at the sixty-sixth Annual
Convention of the American Psychological Association,
Washington, D. C., August 31, 1958.
First published in American Psychologist, 13, 573-685.

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