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An Argument For, and One Against, Open Family Courts

Sunshine Is Good for Children Matthew Fraidin, Associate Professor of Law at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. Fraidin, who oversees a clinical program where students represent birth […]

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Early Childhood Developmental and Nutritional Training for Foster Parents

This exploratory study examined the effectiveness of a foster parent nutrition training program. The study involved providing an intensive training to 11 self-selected foster parents. The participants completed pre-tests and post-tests related to their level […]

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Attachment in Foster Care: The Role of Maternal Sensitivity, Adoption, and Foster Mother Experience

The attachment relationships between 76 young foster children and their foster mothers were examined with the purpose of understanding how maternal sensitivity, adoption status, and foster mother experience contribute to relationship quality. Demographic variables were […]