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This paper investigates whether adoptees are more prone to problems than their nonadopted peers. To illuminate this question another known higher problem risk-group was included: children living with one biological parent. Based on data collected from the National Longitudinal Study of...
A sample of 193 internationally adopted children from Colombia and Korea and a matched sample of 193 Norwegian-born children were tested for school competence. The results showed that as a group, adopted children had lower school performances than Norwegian-born children. The disparity within...
SIBLINGS IN LATE PERMANENT PLACEMENTS, by Alan Rushton, Cherilyn Dance, David Quinton, and Deborah Mayers. London: British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering, 2001. 178 pages. Paperback, 1-873868-97-9, $11.95 + p&P (2.50 UK, Europe + 3 US + 4.00). Reviewed by Anne R. Farrar. MOVING HEAVEN AND...
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