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Identity Development In A Transracial Environment: Racial/Ethnic Minority Adoptees In Minnesota, Emma R. Hamilton, Diana R. Samek, Margaret Keyes, Matt McGue 2014 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Identity Development In A Transracial Environment: Racial/Ethnic Minority Adoptees In Minnesota, Emma R. Hamilton, Diana R. Samek, Margaret Keyes, Matt Mcgue

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


How Does Parental Anxiety Affect Children’S Self-Perceptions In Adoptive Families With Lesbian, Gay, And Heterosexual Parents?, Maggie Cunningham, Rachel Farr 2014 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

How Does Parental Anxiety Affect Children’S Self-Perceptions In Adoptive Families With Lesbian, Gay, And Heterosexual Parents?, Maggie Cunningham, Rachel Farr

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Understanding The Cultural Values Of Latino Adoptive Families In Southern New England, Julie Guest 2014 Boston College

Understanding The Cultural Values Of Latino Adoptive Families In Southern New England, Julie Guest

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Positive And Negative Aspects Of Transracial Adoption: An Exploratory Study From Korean Transracial Adoptees' Perspectives, Danielle E. Godon, Patricia G. Ramsey 2014 University of Massachusetts Boston

Positive And Negative Aspects Of Transracial Adoption: An Exploratory Study From Korean Transracial Adoptees' Perspectives, Danielle E. Godon, Patricia G. Ramsey

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

This purpose of this study was to learn how transracial adoptees (TRAs) feel about transracial adoption. Ninety-five adult Korean-born adoptees (73 female and 22 male) responded to open-ended questions about the positive and negative aspects of being transracially adopted. More adoptees felt generally positive than negative, but most had mixed feelings. Positive aspects most often cited included: being a part of two cultures; developing personal awareness, open-mindedness, and deeper understandings; and being unique. Common negative aspects included isolation from one’s adoptive and birth families and cultures; the burden of dealing with others’ assumptions and questions about transracial adoption; and ...


Experiences Of Microaggressions And Resiliency Among Children With Same-Sex Parents, Emily E. Crain, Rachel H. Farr 2014 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Experiences Of Microaggressions And Resiliency Among Children With Same-Sex Parents, Emily E. Crain, Rachel H. Farr

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Culture Keeping Or Cultural Tourism? Cultural Socialization In Transracial Adoptive Families, Xian Zhang, Ellen Pinderhughes 2014 Tufts University

Culture Keeping Or Cultural Tourism? Cultural Socialization In Transracial Adoptive Families, Xian Zhang, Ellen Pinderhughes

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Contacts With Biological Parents Following Child Placement In Foster Care: Associations With Security Of Attachment And Externalization, Karine Poitras, George M. Tarabulsy, Audrey St-Pierre 2014 University of Quebec at Trois

Contacts With Biological Parents Following Child Placement In Foster Care: Associations With Security Of Attachment And Externalization, Karine Poitras, George M. Tarabulsy, Audrey St-Pierre

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


A Qualitative Study Of Racial And Adoption Microaggressions Experienced By Adoptive Families With Children, Elliotte S. Harrington, Julia Kimball, Andrew Kitchen, Jonathan Mazza, Zoey Shaw, Jadah Stephens, Jodi Waddell, Ebony White, Xian Zhang 2014 Montclair State University

A Qualitative Study Of Racial And Adoption Microaggressions Experienced By Adoptive Families With Children, Elliotte S. Harrington, Julia Kimball, Andrew Kitchen, Jonathan Mazza, Zoey Shaw, Jadah Stephens, Jodi Waddell, Ebony White, Xian Zhang

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Relationship Adversity In Early Parenthood Among Gay, Lesbian, And Heterosexual Couples Who Adopt Through The Child Welfare System, April M. Moyer, Alyssa J. Henry, Abbie E. Goldberg 2014 Clark University

Relationship Adversity In Early Parenthood Among Gay, Lesbian, And Heterosexual Couples Who Adopt Through The Child Welfare System, April M. Moyer, Alyssa J. Henry, Abbie E. Goldberg

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Trends In U.S. Adoptions: 2000 To 2009, Matthew Shuman 2014 Child Welfare Information Gateway

Trends In U.S. Adoptions: 2000 To 2009, Matthew Shuman

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

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Exploring The Psychosocial Adjustment And Parental Relationships Of Ethiopian Adoptees: The Untold Stories, Dara Kruman, Ruth G. McRoy 2014 Boston College

Exploring The Psychosocial Adjustment And Parental Relationships Of Ethiopian Adoptees: The Untold Stories, Dara Kruman, Ruth G. Mcroy

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Dyadic Trait Fit In Adoptive Families, Bibiana Koh, Martha A. Rueter 2014 Augsburg College

Dyadic Trait Fit In Adoptive Families, Bibiana Koh, Martha A. Rueter

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Adverse Childhood Experiences Effect On Young Adults Chronic Stress Response, Karen Kalamkis, Jerrold Meyer 2014 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Adverse Childhood Experiences Effect On Young Adults Chronic Stress Response, Karen Kalamkis, Jerrold Meyer

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Socialization Practices Among Gay And Lesbian Adoptive Parents, M.K. Oakley, Rachel Farr, David Scherer 2014 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Socialization Practices Among Gay And Lesbian Adoptive Parents, M.K. Oakley, Rachel Farr, David Scherer

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Unpacking Racial Preferences Of Young Transracial Adoptees From China, Daryl Cooley, Ellen Pinderhughes 2014 Tufts University

Unpacking Racial Preferences Of Young Transracial Adoptees From China, Daryl Cooley, Ellen Pinderhughes

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Stigma And Foster Care: An Experimental Investigation, Deborah Denzel, Marian L. MacDonald 2014 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Stigma And Foster Care: An Experimental Investigation, Deborah Denzel, Marian L. Macdonald

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Bicultural Socialization Practices In The Netherlands, Norway, And The United States Of America With Children Adopted From India, Maureen Riley-Behringer, Victor Groza, Wendy Tieman, Femmie Juffer Ph.D 2014 Case Western Reserve University

Bicultural Socialization Practices In The Netherlands, Norway, And The United States Of America With Children Adopted From India, Maureen Riley-Behringer, Victor Groza, Wendy Tieman, Femmie Juffer Ph.D

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

No abstract provided.


Keynote: Innovations And Best Practices: Helping Adoptive Families Overcome Early Adversities, Philip Fisher 2014 University of Oregon

Keynote: Innovations And Best Practices: Helping Adoptive Families Overcome Early Adversities, Philip Fisher

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

Children who have experienced foster care and adoption often have early adverse experiences that impact their development and complicate effective parenting. Dr. Fisher will discuss the effects of early stressful experiences on children's neurobiological and psychological development, highlighting the brain's plasticity over the course of development in order to maximize the effectiveness of interventions. Perhaps nowhere is this more important than in the area of adoption, where there are still very few evidence-based interventions, where many adoptive parents struggle to find appropriate services that can meet the needs of their children and families, and where there is very ...


Conference Program 2014, University of Massachusetts Amherst 2014 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Conference Program 2014, University Of Massachusetts Amherst

Rudd Adoption Research Program Annual Conferences

New Worlds of Adoption Conference: Helping Families Overcome Early Adversity


Outreach Practices Of A Small College Counseling Center: A Comprehensivemodel To Serve The College Community, Jessica R. Ferriero 2014 UMass Amherst

Outreach Practices Of A Small College Counseling Center: A Comprehensivemodel To Serve The College Community, Jessica R. Ferriero

Jessica R Ferriero

Over the past 10 years college counseling centers (CCCs) have been urged to broaden their focus considerably and to serve the entire campus community due to increases in student mental health issues. Engaging in outreach efforts is one way to address campus wide needs. However, few research efforts have been conducted to systematically investigate how outreach is practiced at a small college. The dialogue around outreach has focused on single programs at large institutions rather than the network of interventions that occur on a campus. The purpose of this study is to understand the web of relationships between a counseling ...


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