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AbstractThis paper explores the impact of adoption on birth parents and grandparents. Six years post-adoption, interviews were carried out with 72 birth parents or grandparents of a child adopted under the age of four. The sample included child welfare and voluntary adoptions. Qualitative...
AbstractAdopted children with histories of abuse, neglect, or trauma are disproportionately represented among those who deteriorate into behavioral and emotional disorders. Numerous mechanisms have been identified which are believed to drive these aberrations in development such as changes in...
AbstractThis article reports that an elective training for medical students regarding the ways that adoption and foster care may affect patients they will see in their future medical practice is effective, perceived by students to be a valuable experience, and may contribute to good medical...
AbstractIn a search for reasons why older adopted children are reported to have more problems than biological children, parents of an internationally adopted toddler in the “No” stage were compared with biological parents and their toddlers. Mothers and fathers responded to questionnaires...
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