Tables and Figure
|2.1 Sample Description ||19|
|4.1 Frequencies of Adopted Children Noted as "Elbow
Babies" in Families in Which Parents Do or Do Not
Have Biological Children ||47|
|5.1 Marital Status at Time of Study ||54|
|5.2 Descriptive Statistics: Marital Scale Scores for
Mothers and Fathers at Four Points in Time ||56|
|5.3 Child's Age When Parents Divorced ||58|
|5.4 Frequency of Parenting Problems in Adoptive
and Control Families ||65|
|5.5 Distribution of Target Adolescents by Sibling Status ||68|
|5.6 Distribution of Siblings by Sex for Cases in Which
Sibling Relationships Were Identified as Problematic ||69|
|7.1 Frequencies of Adopted and Control Adolescents
Experiencing Four Styles of Peer Relationships ||92|
|8.1 Frequencies of Symptoms Exhibited by Adopted
and Control Adolescents on Adolescent Behavior
|8.2 Mean Levels of Internalizing Behaviors by Adoptive
Status and Sex ||101|
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Book title: Emotional Disturbance in Adopted Adolescents:Origins and Development.
Contributors: Ruth G. McRoy - Author, Harold D. Grotevant - Author, Louis A. Zurcher Jr. - Author.
Publisher: Praeger Publishers.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1988.
Page number: ix.
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