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Little is known about connections between adoption and two important emerging adult tasks: occupation and parenting plans. Ten female emerging adults were interviewed about their adoption, occupational, and future parent-role identities. Themes linking adoption to occupation were (1) desire to...
Black adoptive mothers’ cognitions were examined within a social cognitive framework to understand relations of perceptions of parent-child relationship quality with perceived parent control, beliefs about adopted children, and attributions for child behavior. Seventy-one adoptive mothers...
This study investigated relations of cumulative risk and parenting to competence in adopted children. Families were recruited with the assistance of nonprofit agencies dedicated to providing post-placement services (e.g., counseling, support groups) to adoptive families. Seventy adoptive parents...
China's one-child policy led to the abandonment of tens of thousands of infants. Included among these children were twins who were adopted and reared separately. Since 2006, 10 reunited twin sets participated in the first prospective study of twins reared apart. This exploratory study reports a...
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