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 Why do psychologist's study children who have been adopted?

Answer Probably to better understand the affects on the children and how being adopted effects the a child's mental stability.
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Why do psychologists study children that have been adopted?

It allows psychologists to identify the differences between nature (what you are born with and cannot be changed, such as genetics) and nurture (what you learn from your surroundings and your envir... Read More »
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Scholarships or Grants for Children That Have Been Adopted in the State of Oklahoma?

High school graduates in Oklahoma who were adopted between birth and the age of 12 years are eligible for some of the same scholarship and grant opportunities as other children, as well as some add... Read More »
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How does a birth parent get visits with children who have been adopted?

Adoptees: Would you have liked to have been adopted by an adopted person?

I would like to have not been adopted. I do love my parents that adopted me. Would I miss them if I had not been adopted? Of course not. They would have adopted the 'next' baby and I would have... Read More »
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