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Patterns of adoption : nature, nurture, and psychosocial development / David Howe.

By: Material type: TextTextSeries: Working together for children, young people, and their familiesPublication details: Blackwell, 1998.ISBN:
  • 0632041498
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 362.734> HOW
Contents:
Foreword / Olive Stevenson -- 1. Nature and Nurture -- 2. Outcome Studies of Children Adopted as Babies -- 3. Children Adopted as Babies: Genetic Influences on Development -- 4. Children Adopted as Babies: Environmental Influences on Development -- 5. Outcome Studies of Older Children Placed for Adoption -- 6. Older Children Placed for Adoption: Pre-placement Environmental Influences on Development -- 7. Older Children Placed for Adoption: Post-placement Environmental Influences on Development -- 8. Heredity, Environment and Adoption Outcomes -- 9. Attachment, Relationship-based Theories and Adoption Pathways -- 10. Secure Patterns -- 11. Anxious Patterns -- 12. Angry Patterns -- 13. Avoidant Patterns -- 14. Non-attached Patterns -- 15. Patterns of Practice.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Includes bibliographical references (p. [213]-222) and indexes.

Foreword / Olive Stevenson -- 1. Nature and Nurture -- 2. Outcome Studies of Children Adopted as Babies -- 3. Children Adopted as Babies: Genetic Influences on Development -- 4. Children Adopted as Babies: Environmental Influences on Development -- 5. Outcome Studies of Older Children Placed for Adoption -- 6. Older Children Placed for Adoption: Pre-placement Environmental Influences on Development -- 7. Older Children Placed for Adoption: Post-placement Environmental Influences on Development -- 8. Heredity, Environment and Adoption Outcomes -- 9. Attachment, Relationship-based Theories and Adoption Pathways -- 10. Secure Patterns -- 11. Anxious Patterns -- 12. Angry Patterns -- 13. Avoidant Patterns -- 14. Non-attached Patterns -- 15. Patterns of Practice.