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The second group consisted of current foster parents. Past the age of 21, however, adults with social difficulties find their services dramatically reduced. While your child doesn’t have to be a social butterfly, knowing how to make friends and share feelings with others just makes life better! Behavior research shows that children from impoverished homes develop psychiatric disturbances and maladaptive social functioning at a greater rate than their affluent counterparts do (McCoy, Firck, Loney, & Ellis, 1999).

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Publisher: Oxford University Press (April 1998)

ISBN: 0198335822

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