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- KurzbeschreibungIn the last few decades, children adopted from<br>Romania, some of whom were institutionalized, have<br>been touted as examples of how deprivation can affect<br>attachment. Attachment Theory has often been<br>utilized to explain difficult behaviors. However,<br>measuring attachment has often proven to be<br>challenging, as most measures have been developed for<br>young children. <br>This study presents the findings of secondary data<br>analysis from survey data of American adoptive<br>parents of Romanian children. Scores from the<br>subscales of the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) were<br>used as a proxy for attachment difficulties. Two<br>hundred and thirty-two cases were analyzed to detect<br>changes in behaviors over time, controlling for<br>variables such as institutionalization and parent<br>demographics. Additionally, the CBCL scores were<br>compared to clinical and non-clinical norms. <br>Recommendations for research, practice and policy<br>centered on the development of more precise measures<br>for research, education for parents who<br>internationally adopt and advocacy for the continuity<br>of post-adoption assistance for families.
- AutorProctor Curtis
- Seiten100 Seiten
- Gewicht145 g
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