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- Hedin L. et al. Jokes and routines make everyday life a good life - on ‘doing family' for young people in foster care in Sweden. EUR J SOC WORK, 15:5.
- Kim O.M. et al. 2013. Cultural Socialization in Families With Adopted Korean Adolescents: A Mixed-Method, Multi-informant Study. J ADOLESCENT RES, 28: (1) 69-95.
- Tessler R. & G. Gamache 2012. Ethnic Exploration and Consciousness of Difference: Chinese Adoptees in Early Adolescence. Adoption Quarterly 15:4.
- Watson L. D. & N. H. Cobb 2012. Ethical Issues in the Use of Putative Father Registries in Infant Adoption: Implications for Administrators and Practitioners. Adoption Quarterly 15:3.
- Nduna M. & R. Jewkes 2012. Disempowerment and Psychological Distress in the Lives of Young People in Eastern Cape, South Africa. J CHILD FAM STUD, 21: (6) 1018-1027.
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- Caballero, C. et al. 2012. The diversity and complexity of the everyday lives of mixed racial and ethnic families: Implications for adoption and fostering practice and policy. A&F 36:3.
- Wainwright J. & J. Ridley 2012. Matching, ethnicity and identity: Reflections on the practice and realities of ethnic matching in adoption. A&F 36:3.
- Ung T. et al. 2012. The development of racial identity in transracially adopted people: An ecological approach. A&F 36:3.
- Hubinette T. & M. Andersson 2012. Between colourblindness and ethnicisation: Transnational adoptees and race in a Swedish context. A&F 36:3.
- Slopen N. et al. 2012. Alterations in Neural Processing and Psychopathology in Children Raised in Institutions. ARCH GEN PSYCHIAT, 69: (10).
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- Jones V.F. Schulte E.E. 2012. The Pediatrician's Role in Supporting Adoptive Families. PEDIATRICS, 130: (4).
- Weithorn L.A. 2012. Developmental Neuroscience, Children's Relationships with Primary Caregivers, and Child Protection Policy Reform. HASTINGS LAW J, 63: (6)
- Sheridan M.A. et al. 2012. Variation in neural development as a result of exposure to institutionalization early in childhood. PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA, 109: (32).
- Hussey D.L. 2012. An in-depth analysis of domestically adopted children with special needs and their biological mothers. J SOC WORK, 12: (5).
- Beijersbergen M.D. et al. 2012. Remaining or Becoming Secure: Parental Sensitive Support Predicts Attachment Continuity From Infancy to Adolescence in a Longitudinal Adoption Study. DEVELOP PSYCHOL, 48: (5).
- Abrines N. et al. 2012. Comparing ADHD symptom levels in children adopted from Eastern Europe and from other regions: Discussing possible factors involved. CHILD YOUTH SERV REV, 34: (9).
- Saunders H. et al. 2012.Adopting Large Sibling Groups: The Experiences of Adopters and Adoption Agencies. BRIT J SOC WORK, 42: (5).
- Alastalo H. et al. 2012. Cardiovascular Morbidity and Mortality in Finnish Men and Women Separated Temporarily From Their Parents in Childhood-A Life Course Study. Psychosomatic Medicine 74:6.
- Goldberg A.E. et al. 2012. The Division of Labor in Lesbian, Gay, and Heterosexual New Adoptive Parents. J MARRIAGE FAM, 74: (4).
- McCall R.B. et al. 2012. The role of transitions of new age groups in the development of institutionalized children. INFANT MENT HEALTH J, 33: (4).
- Pesonen A.K. & Raikkonen K. 2012. The lifespan consequences of early life stress. PHYSIOL BEHAV, 106: (5).
- Kendler K.S. et al. 2012. Genetic and Familial Environmental Influences on the Risk for Drug Abuse. A National Swedish Adoption Study. ARCH GEN PSYCHIAT, 69: (7).
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- Sanchez-Sandoval Y. and Palacios J. 2012. Stress in adoptive parents of adolescents. CHILD YOUTH SERV REV, 34: (7).
- Abrines N. et al. 2012. ADHD-like symptoms and attachment in internationally adopted children. ATTACH HUM DEV, 14: (4).
- De Schipper J.C. et al. 2012. Temperament, disordered attachment, and parental sensitivity in foster care: differential findings on attachment security for shy children. ATTACH HUM DEV, 14: (4).
- Bakermans-Kranenburg M.J.et al. 2012. The Development and Care of Institutionally Reared Children. CHILD DEV PERSPECT, 6: (2).
- Senosiain D.M. et al. 2012. Experience in the diagnosis of hepatitis e in a tropical infectious diseases unit. Anales de Pediatria 76:4.
- Hagleitner M.M. et al. 2012. Foreign adopted children are a source of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus transmission to countries with low prevalence. PEDIAT INF DIS J, 31: (6).
- Raaska H. et al. 2012. Experiences of School Bullying Among Internationally Adopted Children: Results from the Finnish Adoption (FINADO) Study. CHILD PSYCHIAT HUM DEVELOP, 43: (4).
- De Vinck-Baroody O.et al. 2012. Disclosure of Diagnosis: To Tell or Not to Tell? J DEVELOP BEHAV PEDIAT, 33: (5).
- Roeber B.J. et al. Gross motor development in children adopted from orphanage settings. DEVELOP MED CHILD NEUROL, 54: (6).
- Johnstone J.& Gibbs A. 'Love them to bits; spend time with them; have fun with them': New Zealand parents' views of building attachments with their newly adopted Russian children. J SOC WORK, 12: (3).
- Barcons N. et al. Social relationships in children from intercountry adoption. CHILD YOUTH SERV REV, 34: (5).
- Hansson E. et al. Adopted children with cleft lip or palate, or both, require special needs cleft surgery. J PLAST SURG HAND SURG, 46: (2).
- Tsou M.W. et al. The intergenerational transmission of education: Evidence from Taiwanese adoptions. ECON LETT, 115: (1).
- M Vanhoof R. et al. Transmission of multiple resistant Salmonella Concord from internationally adopted children to their adoptive families and social environment: proposition of guidelines. EUR J CLIN MICROBIOL INFECT D, 31: (4).
- Hawk B. et al. Age at Adoption: A Measure of Time in the Orphanage or Child-Specific Factors? Adoption Quarterly 15, Iss. 1
- Groza V. et al. The Adoptive Family Within the Romanian Cultural Context: An Exploratory Study. Adoption Quarterly 15, Iss. 1
- Naumova O.Y. et al. Differential patterns of whole-genome DNA methylation in institutionalized children and children raised by their biological parents. DEV PSYCHOPATHOL, 24: (1)
- Quiroz P.A. Cultural Tourism in Transnational Adoption: "Staged Authenticity" and Its Implications for Adopted Children. J FAM ISS, 33: (4)
- Vashchenko M. et al. "Just Beyond my Front Door": Public Discourse Experiences of Children Adopted from China. AMER J COMMUN PSYCHOL, 49: (1-2)
- Niemann S; & S. Weiss. Factors affecting attachment in international adoptees at 6 months post adoption. CHILD YOUTH SERV REV, 34: (1)
- Wilcox H.C. et al. The Interaction of Parental History of Suicidal Behavior and Exposure to Adoptive Parents' Psychiatric Disorders on Adoptee Suicide Attempt Hospitalizations. AMER J PSYCHIAT, 169: (3)
- Giagazoglou P. et al. The effect of institutionalization on psychomotor development of preschool aged children. RES DEVELOP DISABIL, 33: (3)
- Van den Dries L. et al. Infants' responsiveness, attachment, and indiscriminate friendliness after international adoption from institutions or foster care in China: Application of Emotional Availability Scales to adoptive families. DEV PSYCHOPATHOL, 24: (1)
- Neil, E. Making sense of adoption: Integration and differentiation from the perspective of adopted children in middle childhood. CHILD YOUTH SERV REV, 34: (2).
- Ward B.W. Adoptive parents' suspicion of preadoption abuse of their adopted children and the use of support services. CHILD CARE HEALTH DEVELOP, 38.
- Torres N. et al. Attachent security representations in institutionalized children and children living with their families: links to problem behaviour. CLIN PSYCHOL PSYCHOTHER, 19: (1)
- McLaughlin K.A. et al. Attachment security as a mechanism linking foster care placement to improved mental health outcomes in previously institutionalized children. J CHILD PSYCHOL PSYCHIAT, 53: (1)
- Koh B.D. & Rueter M.A. Contributions of parent-adolescent negative emotionality, adolescent conflict, and adoption status to adolescent externalizing behaviors. J CLIN CHILD ADOLESC PSYCHOL, 40: (6)
- McCool S. & Stevens I.C. Identifying speech, language and communication needs among children and young people in residential care. INT J LANG COMMUN DISORD, 46: (6)
- Bakermans-Kranenburg M.J. et al. Impact of institutional care on attachment, disorganization and insecurity of Ukrainian preschoolers: Protective effect of the long variant of the serotonin transporter gene (5HTT). INT J BEHAV DEV, 36: (1).
- Helton J.J. Children with behavioral, non-behavioral, and multiple disabilities, and the risk of out-of-home placement disruption. CHILD ABUSE NEGLECT, 35: (11).
- McLaughlin K.A. et al. Adverse Rearing Environments and Neural Development in Children: The Development of Frontal Electroencephalogram Asymmetry.
- Frith L. et al. Conditional embryo relinquishment: choosing to relinquish embryos for family-building through a Christian embryo 'adoption' programme.
- Golombok S.et al. Families Created Through Surrogacy: Mother-Child Relationships and Children's Psychological Adjustment at Age 7.
- Davidson-Arad B. & A. Klein. Comparative well being of Israeli youngsters in residential care with and without siblings.
- McLaughlin K.A. et al. Adverse Rearing Environments and Neural Development in Children: The Development of Frontal Electroencephalogram Asymmetry.
- Jones L. The first three years after foster care: A longitudinal look at the adaptation of 16 youth to emerging adulthood.
- Vinnerljung B. & A. Hjern. Cognitive, educational and self-support outcomes of long-term foster care versus adoption. A Swedish national cohort study.
- Samek D.R. & M.A. Rueter. Associations Between Family Communication Patterns, Sibling Closeness, and Adoptive Status.
- Smith, D.T. et al. White on Black: Can White Parents Teach Black Adoptive Children How to Understand and Cope With Racism?
- Walker S.P. et al. Child Development 1 Inequality in early childhood: risk and protective factors for early child development.
- Brady M.T. et al. Policy Statement: Recommendations for administering Hepatitis A Vaccine to contacts of international adoptees.
- Staat M.A. et al. Intestinal parasites screening in internationally adopted children: Importance of multiple stool specimens.
- Good L.M. et al. Infantile acropustulosis in internationally adopted children.
- Boisrame-Gastrin S. et al. Salmonella carriage in adopted children from Mali: 2001-08.
- Denby R.W. et al. The journey to adopt a child who has special need: Parents’ perspectives.
- Maksudyan N. Orphans, cities and the state: vocational orphanages (islahhanes) and reform in the late Ottoman urban space
- Fox N.A. et al. The effects of severe psychosocial deprivation and foster care intervention on cognitive development at 8 years of age: findings from the Bucharest Early Intervention Project.
- Le Mare L & Audet K. Communicative openness in adoption, knowledge of culture of origin, and adoption identity in adolescents adopted from Romania.
- Nilsson R. et al. Conduct problems in adopted and non-adopted adolescents and adoption satisfaction as a protective factor.
- Elliott A. & McMahon C. Anxiety among an Australian sample of young girls adopted from China.
- Hakko H. et al. Genetic vulnerability and premature death in schizophrenia spectrum disorders: A 28-year follow-up of adoptees in the Finnish Adoptive Family Study of Schizophrenia.
- Scott K.A et al. How well do children who are internationally adopted acquire language? A Meta-Analysis.
- Sweet K. et al. Hepatitis A Infection in recent international adoptees and their contacts in Minnesota, 2007-2009.
- Petersen L.& Sorensen T.I.A.. The Danish Adoption Register.
- Petersen L.& Sorensen T.I.A.. Studies based on the Danish Adoption Register: Schizophrenia, BMI, smoking, and mortality in perspective.
- Braaback L. et al. Migration and asthma medication in international adoptees and immigrant families in Sweden.
- Mannering A.M.et al. Longitudinal associations between marital instability and child sleep problems across infancy and toddlerhood in adoptive families.
- Lassi Z.S et al. Behavioral problems among children living in orphanage facilities of Karachi, Pakistan: comparison of children in an SOS Village with those in conventional orphanages.
- Lloyd E. C. and R. P. Barth. Developmental outcomes after five years for foster children returned home, remaining in care, or adopted.
- B. S. Allen and J. S. Vacca. Bring back orphanages-An alternative to foster care?
- L. Von Korff and H. D. Grotevant. Contact in adoption and adoptive identity formation: The mediating role of family conversation.
- J. Mohanty & C. E. Newhill. Asian adolescent and young adult adoptees' psychological well-being: Examining the mediating role of marginality.
- P. Delgado & V. S. Pinto.Criteria for the selection of foster families and monitoring of placements. Comparative study of the application of the Casey Foster Applicant Inventory-Applicant Version (CFAI-A).
- Akin B.A. Predictors of foster care exits to permanency: A competing risks analysis of reunification, guardianship, and adoption.
- Ahrens K.R. et al. Qualitative exploration of relationships with important non-parental adults in the lives of youth in foster care.
- Gauthier K. & F. Genesee. Language development in internationally adopted Children: A special case of early second language learning.
- Eigsti I.M. et al. Language and cognitive outcomes in internationally adopted children.
- Hawk B.N & R.B. Mccall. Specific extreme behaviors of postinstitutionalized Russian adoptees.
- Brodzinsky D.M. Children's understanding of adoption: developmental and clinical implications.
- Burt. S.A. et al. Confirming the etiology of adolescent acting-out behaviors: an examination of observer-ratings in a sample of adoptive and biological siblings.
- Merz E.C. et al. Parent ratings of executive functioning in children adopted from psychosocially depriving institutions.
- Grotevant H.D. et al. Post-adoption contact, adoption communicative openness, and satisfaction with contact as predictors of externalizing behavior in adolescence and emerging adulthood.
- Suter E.A. et al. Parental management of adoptive identities during challenging encounters: Adoptive parents as 'protectors' and 'educators'.
- von Borczyskowski,A et al. Familial factors and suicide: an adoption study in a Swedish National Cohort.
- K. Raikkonen et al. Risk of severe mental disorders in adults separated temporarily from their parents in childhood: The Helsinki birth cohort study.
- Bos K. et al. Psychiatric Outcomes in Young Children with a History of Institutionalization.
- Bernard K. & M. Dozier. This Is My Baby: Foster Parents' Feelings of Commitment and Displays of Delight.
- Tarullo A.R. et al. Atypical EEG Power Correlates With Indiscriminately Friendly Behavior in Internationally Adopted Childre.
- Schneiderman J.U. et al. Pediatric health assessments of young children in child welfare by placement type.
- Palacios J. et al. The motor development of orphaned children with and without HIV: Pilot exploration of foster care and residential placement.
- Audet K. & L. Le Mare. Mitigating effects of the adoptive caregiving environment on inattention/overactivity in children adopted from Romanian orphanages.
- Villegas S. et al. Health outcomes for adults in family foster care as children: An analysis by ethnicity.
- Follan M. et al. Discrimination between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and reactive attachment disorder in school aged children.
- Gleason M.M. et al. Validity of Evidence-Derived Criteria for Reactive Attachment Disorder: Indiscriminately Social/Disinhibited and Emotionally Withdrawn/Inhibited Types.
- Cox. M.E. et al. Measuring the willingness to foster children with emotional and behavioral problems .
- Klahr A.M. et al. The Association Between Parent-Child Conflict and Adolescent Conduct Problems Over Time: Results From a Longitudinal Adoption Study.
- Roisko R. et al. Communication Deviance in parents of families with adoptees at a high or low risk.
- Beach R.S.H. et al. Methylation at 5HTT Mediates the Impact of Child Sex Abuse on Women's Antisocial Behavior: An Examination of the Iowa Adoptee Sample.
- Jelsma J. et al. The motor development of orphaned children with and without HIV: Pilot exploration of foster care and residential placement.
- Rosnati R. et al. Italian International Adoptees at Home and at School: A Multi-Informant Assessment of Behavioral Problems.
- Strijker J. et al. Assessment of problem behaviour by foster parents and their foster children.
- Kohli R.K.S. et al. Food and its meaning for asylum seeking children and young people in foster care.
- Dorrer N. et al. Children and food practices in residential care: ambivalence in the 'institutional' home.
- Beaver K.M. Genetic Influences on Being Processed Through the Criminal Justice System: Results from a Sample of Adoptees.
- Staat M.A. et al. Serologic testing to verify the immune status of internationally adopted children against vaccine preventable diseases.
- Bruder M.B. et al. Continuity of parental behavioural ratings of children adopted from China and parenting competence, confidence and enjoyment.
- Zhang Y.T & Lee,G.R. Intercountry Versus Transracial Adoption: Analysis of Adoptive Parents' Motivations and Preferences in Adoption.
- Bailey H. et al. Factors associated with abandonment of infants born to HIV-positive women: results from a Ukrainian birth cohort.
- Dworsky A. & M.E. Courtney. The risk of teenage pregnancy among transitioning foster youth: Implications for extending state care beyond age 18.
- Wiik K.L. et al. Behavioral and emotional symptoms of post-institutionalized children in middle childhood.
- Van der Vegt E.J.M. et al. Childhood Adversity Modifies the Relationship Between Anxiety Disorders and Cortisol Secretion.
- Jee S.H. et al. Identification of social-emotional problems among young children in foster care.
- Dobrova-Krol N.A. et al. The importance of quality of care: effects of perinatal HIV infection and early institutional rearing on preschoolers' attachment and indiscriminate friendliness.
- Oh J.S. Early childhood language memory in the speech perception of international adoptees.
- Lee R.M. Parental Perceived Discrimination as a Postadoption Risk Factor for Internationally Adopted Children and Adolescents.
- Reinoso M. & M. Forns. Stress, coping and personal strengths and difficulties in internationally adopted children in Spain.
- Ryan S.D. et al. Kin adopting kin: In the best interest of the children?
- Mennen F.E. et al. Do maltreated children who remain at home function better than those who are placed?
- Ishizawa H. et al. Constructing Interracial Families Through Intercountry Adoption
- Abdullah R.Y. et al. Hepatitis A in Internationally Adopted Children: Screening for Acute and Previous Infections.
- Pemberton C.K. et al. Influence of parental depressive symptoms on adopted toddler behaviors: An emerging developmental cascade of genetic and environmental effects.
- Nowacki K. and Schoelmerich A. Growing up in foster families or institutions: Attachment representation and psychological adjustment of young adults.
- Wicks S. et al. Social Risk or Genetic Liability for Psychosis? A Study of Children Born in Sweden and Reared by Adoptive Parents.
- Wilbarger J. et al. Sensory processing in internationally adopted, post-institutionalized children.
- Pears K.C. et al. Early Elementary School Adjustment of Maltreated Children in Foster Care: The Roles of Inhibitory Control and Caregiver Involvement.
- Soriano-Guillen N.L. et al. Central Precocious Puberty in Children Living in Spain: Incidence, Prevalence, and Influence of Adoption and Immigration.
- Natsuaki N.M et al. Genetic Liability, Environment, and the Development of Fussiness in Toddlers: The Roles of Maternal Depression and Parental Responsiveness.
- Mueller S.C. et al. Early-life stress is associated with impairment in cognitive control in adolescence: An fMRI study.
- Van IJzendoorn M.H. et al. Methylation Matters: Interaction Between Methylation Density and Serotonin Transporter Genotype Predicts Unresolved Loss or Trauma.
- Ponte I.C. et al. Returning to China: The Experience of Adopted Chinese Children and Their Parents.
- Mc Laughlin K.A. et al. Delayed Maturation in Brain Electrical Activity Partially Explains the Association Between Early Environmental Deprivation and Symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
- Cossar J. & Neil E. Supporting the Birth Relatives of Adopted Children: How Accessible Are Services?
- Ji J.Y. et al. Beyond Preadoptive Risk: The Impact of Adoptive Family Environment on Adopted Youth's Psychosocial Adjustment.
- Gunnar M.R. et al. Moderate versus severe early life stress: Associations with stress reactivity and regulation in 10- to 12-year old children.
- Ahrens K.R. Laboratory-Diagnosed Sexually Transmitted Infections in Former Foster Youth Compared With Peers.
- Mehta M.R. et al. Hyporesponsive Reward Anticipation in the Basal Ganglia following Severe Institutional Deprivation Early in Life.
- Johnson D.E. et al. Growth and Associations Between Auxology, Caregiving Environment, and Cognition in Socially Deprived Romanian Children Randomized to Foster vs Ongoing Institutional Care.
- Fan F. et al. Emotional and behavioral problems of Chinese left-behind children: a preliminary study.
- Kumstra R. et al. 5HTT genotype moderates the influence of early institutional deprivation on emotional problems in adolescence: evidence from the English and Romanian Adoptee (ERA) study.
- Pesonen K.A. et al. Childhood separation experience predicts HPA axis hormonal responses in late adulthood: A natural experiment of World War II.
- Selman P. Intercountry adoption in Europe 1998 – 2008. Patterns, trends and issues.
- Chasnoff I.J. et al. Neurodevelopmental Functioning in Children With FAS, pFAS, and ARND.
- Landgren M.et al. Alcohol Exposure and Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Children Adopted From Eastern Europe
- Bos K.J. et al. Stereotypies in Children With a History of Early Institutional Care
- Bernard K. et al. Cortisol Production Patterns in Young Children Living With Birth Parents vs Children Placed in Foster Care Following Involvement of Child Protective Services.
- Proctor L.C. et al. Trajectories of Behavioral Adjustment Following Early Placement in Foster Care: Predicting Stability and Change Over 8 Years.
- Del Cerro et al. Maternal care counteracts behavioral effects of prenatal environmental stress in female rats.
- Leve L.D. et al. The Early Growth and Development Study: Using the Prospective Adoption Design to Examine Genotype-Environment Interplay.
- Tomalski P. and M. H. Johnson. The effects of early adversity on the adult and developing brain.
- Merz E. C. and R. B. Mccall. Behavior Problems in Children Adopted from Psychosocially.
- Jee S. H. et al. Improved Detection of Developmental Delays Among Young Children in Foster Care.
- Linares L. O. et al. The Course of Inattention and Hyperactivity/Impulsivity Symptoms After Foster Placement.
- Burgess A. L. and I. W. Borowsky. Health and Home Environments of Caregivers of Children Investigated by Child Protective Services.
- Lee R.M. et al. The Behavioral Development of Korean Children in Institutional Care and International Adoptive Families.
- Van den Dries L. et al. Infants' Physical and Cognitive Development After International Adoption From Foster Care or Institutions in China.
- Rijk C.H.A.M. et al. Development of behavioural problems in children adopted from Romania to the Netherlands, after a period of deprivation.
- D’Angiully A. er al.Early specialized foster care, developmental outcomes and home salivary cortisol patterns in prenatally substance-exposed infants.
- Storsbergen H.E. et al. Internationally adopted adults who did not suffer severe early deprivation: The role of appraisal of adoption.
- Crum W. Foster parent parenting characteristics that lead to increased placement stability or disruption.
- Pears K.C. et al. Indiscriminate Friendliness in Maltreated Foster Children.
- Smyke A.T. et al. Placement in Foster Care Enhances Quality of Attachment Among Young Institutionalized Children.
- Dobrova-Krol N. et al. Effects of Perinatal HIV Infection and Early Institutional Rearing on Physical and Cognitive Development of Children in Ukraine.
- Pollak S.D. et al. Neurodevelopmental Effects of Early Deprivation in Postinstitutionalized Children.
- Govindan M.R. et al. Altered Water Diffusivity in Cortical Association Tracts in Children with Early Deprivation Identified with Tract-Based Spatial Statistics (TBSS)
- Oosterman M. et al. Autonomic reactivity in relation to attachment and early adversity among foster children.
- Morantz 0. G. and J. Heymann. Life in institutional care: the voices of children in a residential facility in Botswana.
- Skovdal 0. M. Children caring for their "caregivers": exploring the caring arrangements in households affected by AIDS in Western Kenya.
- Andrews 0. I. Secondary Infertility and Birth Mothers.
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