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References 2013

 2013: Een selectie van artikelen.

  • Eckerle,J.K. et al. Infections in Internationally Adopted Children. Pediatric Clinics of North America 60:2.
  • Hoogenboom L.A. et al. Trends bij oriënterend medisch onderzoek van buitenlandse adoptiekinderen. Tijdschr Kindergeneeskd 81:2.
  • Colonnesi C. et al. Basic Trust: An attachment-oriented intervention based on mind-mindedness in adoptive families. Research on Social Work Practice: 13:2.
  • Siegel D.H. Open adoption: adoptive parents' reactions two decades later. Soc. Work 58:1.
  • MacDonald,M. & McSherry,D. Constrained adoptive parenthood and family transition: adopters' experience of unplanned birth family contact in adolescence. Child & Family Social Work 18:1.
  • Cossar J.& Neil E. Making sense of siblings: connections and severances in post-adoption contact. Child & Family Social Work 18:1.
  • Katz J. & Doyle E.K. Black and White Thinking? Understanding Negative Responses to Transracial Adoptive Families. Adoption Quarterly 16:1.
  • Rosnati al. Family and Social Relationships and Psychosocial Well-Being in Italian Families With Internationally Adopted and Non-Adopted Children. Adoption Quarterly 16:1.
  • Van der Voort A. et al. Delinquent and aggressive behaviors in early-adopted adolescents: Longitudinal predictions from child temperament and maternal sensitivity. Children and Youth Services Review 35:3.
  • Raleigh E. and G. Kao. Is there a (transracial) adoption achievement gap?: A national longitudinal analysis of adopted children's educational performance. Children and Youth Services Review 35:1.
  • Schuengel C. et al. Attachment, Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Health: Research, Assessment and Intervention. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 26:1.
  • Loman M.M. et al. The effect of early deprivation on executive attention in middle childhood. J CHILD PSYCHOL PSYCHIAT, 54:1.
  • 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.

References 2012






  Maart Februari
  • 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).

References 2011


  • 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 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 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.

referenties 2010


  • 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 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.
  • Bauer P.M. et al. Cerebellar Volume and Cognitive Functioning in Children Who Experienced Early Deprivation.
  • Hill C.M. Family history and adoption in the UK: conflicts of interest in medical disclosure.
  • Groza V. et al. Ukrainian adoptive families.

Referenties 2009

  Een overzicht van interessante referenties uit 2009

Referenties 2008

Een overzicht van interessante Referenties uit 2008.

Referenties 2007

De referenties van 2007; een PDF selectie

Laatst Gewijzigd: 04-07-2013