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Data from the 2012 National Adoptive Families Study (NAFS) were used to examine the relationships between adoptive parents' need for and utilization of post-adoption services and adoption dissolution. NAFS was an online survey administered to adoptive parents (N = 437) who had adopted a child...
This paper reports an analysis of interviews conducted with 10 White Australian women who had undertaken intercountry adoption. The paper begins with an overview of how issues of culture play out within discourses of intercountry adoption in general and how this occurs specifically in Australian...
Monozygotic twins reared in different countries are rare. Data from several available cases have been combined in group findings, masking cultural effects on behavior. The present study compared behavioral and health-related findings for unusual monozygotic female twins raised apart in South...
Thousands of children are adopted into the United States each year, many of whom have spent a significant portion of their pre adoptive lives in an institutional setting. Post-institutionalized (PI) children adopted into the United States are often referred for mental health services at higher...
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