Emotional Disturbance in Adopted Adolescents: Origins and Development

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EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE IN ADOPTED ADOLESCENTS
Origins and Development

Ruth G. McRoy Harold D. Grotevant Louis A. Zurcher Jr.

PRAEGER New York Westport, Connecticut London

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Emotional Disturbance in Adopted Adolescents: Origins and Development
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Tables and Figures ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2 - Method 17
  • 3 - Child Background Factors: Genetic Risk, Prenatal, and Preplacement Factors 29
  • Conclusion 39
  • 4 - Early, Childhood Factors and the Development of Parent-Child Compatibility 41
  • Conclusion 52
  • 5 - Family Relationships 53
  • Conclusion 74
  • 6 75
  • 7 - Peer Relationships 89
  • Conclusion 95
  • 8 - Clinical Issues 97
  • Conclusion 108
  • 9 - Adoptive Family Dynamics: Background Factors and Communication Issues 109
  • Conclusion 122
  • 10 125
  • 11 - Adoption Issues in Non-Clinical Families 145
  • Conclusion 155
  • 12 - Conclusion: Theoretical Issues 157
  • Summary 162
  • 13 - Conclusion: Practice Issues 165
  • Appendixes 171
  • References 193
  • Author Index 207
  • Subject Index 211
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