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    Dean Petters, Everett Waters & Felix Schonbrodt (2010). Strange Carers: Robots as Attachment Figures and Aids to Parenting. Interaction Studies 11 (2):246-252.
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    Dean Petters & Everett Waters (2009). Modeling, Simulating, and Simplifying Links Between Stress, Attachment, and Reproduction. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32 (1):39-40.
    John Bowlby's use of evolutionary theory as a cornerstone of his attachment theory was innovative in its day and remains useful. Del Giudice's target article extends Belsky et al.'s and Chisholm's efforts to integrate attachment theory with more current thinking about evolution, ecology, and neuroscience. His analysis would be strengthened by (1) using computer simulation to clarify and simulate the effects of early environmental stress, (2) incorporating information about non-stress related sources of individual differences, (3) considering the possibility of adaptive (...)
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  3. Dean Petters, Everett Waters & Felix Schönbrodt (2010). Strange Carers: Robots as Attachment Figures and Aids to Parenting. Interaction Studiesinteraction Studies Social Behaviour and Communication in Biological and Artificial Systems 11 (2):246-252.
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  4. L. Alan Srofe & Everett Waters (1976). The Ontogenesis of Smiling and Laughter: A Perspective on the Organization of Development in Infancy. Psychological Review 83 (3):173-189.
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