About Adoptee Rage

Statistics Identify large populations of Adoptees in prisons, mental hospitals and committed suicide.
Fifty years of scientific studies on child adoption resulting in psychological harm to the child and
poor outcomes for a child's future.
Medical and psychological attempts to heal the broken bonds of adoption, promote reunions of biological parents and adult children. The other half of attempting to repair a severed Identity is counselling therapy to rebuild the self.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Author's List: Published Psychological Studies on Adoption

Adoptee Rage

List of Doctors of Psychology, Adoptee Studies Authors,

Publishing Works on Adoption Not Given Public Attention,
Buried, hidden, disputed, disregarded by adoption industry.
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Author's List:
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Mc Whinnie. A. M, 1967
 Kirk.D.H.PdD. Jonassohn. K.MA. and Fish.A.D,
  1. Clothier.F. MD.: The Psychology of the Adopted Child. Mental Hygiene 1943. Vol XXVII national Committee for Mental Hygiene Inc. New York.
  2. Harper.J.: Williams. S.: Adopted Children Admitted to Residential Psychiatric Care. Aust J. Social Issues. V.11. No1.1976.
  3. Karelitz. S. MD.: Moderator. Adoptions. Discussion. Pediatrics. Vol 20 1957. 366-386. (Med618.905/3).
  4. Schechter. Marshall. D: Feb 1960. Paper on Observations on Adopted Children. Archives of General Psychiatry. Vol;3. 1960.
  5. Toussieng. P. W.: Personal Communication. April 28 1958.
  6. Clothier. F.: The Psychology of the Adopted Child, Mental Hygiene. 27;7 (April 1943).
  7. Benedek. T.: Adaption to Reality in Early Infancy, Psy choanalyst Quart.7;20 (April 1938).
    1. Gough. D.: 1961. Adoption and the Unwed Mother. Report on Conference at Folkstone 1961.
    2. Toussieng.P.W.: Thoughts Regarding the Etiology of Psychological Difficulties in Adopted Children. 1962. Child Welfare 41, 59-65.
    3. Humphrey. M. And Ounsted. C.: Adoptive Families Referred for Psychiatric Advice. British Journal of Psychiatry (1963) 109, 599-608.
    4. Phipps. P. Adoption: A Study of the Problems Involved in Child Guidance Cases From the Point of View of a Psychiatric Social Worker. Mental Health. 12:98-107.1953.
    5. Lemon. E.M. Rear View Mirror, unpublished manuscript, 1959.
    6. Livermore. J.B.: Some Identification Problems in Adopted Children, paper presented at American Orthopsychiatric Association, New York, March 23-25 1961.
    7. Kirk.D. Jonassohn.K. Fish.A.: Are Adopted Children Especially Vulnerable to Stress? Arch Gen Psychiatry, 14,291-298.
    8. Mc Whinnie. A.M.: Adopted Children. How They Grow Up. 1967. Routledge & Kegan Paul. London.
    9. Roberts. P.: Some of the Needs of the Unmarried Mother Who Keeps Her Child. (Jul/Aug 1968) Social Service. V20. No1.
    10. Borromeo. Sr. M.: Adoption From the Point of the Natural Parents. 1968. Paper. Social Service. V20. Jul/Aug.
    11. Watkins.J.: Motivation of Adoptive Parents. Social Service. V.12. July/Aug. 1968.
    12. Ounsted. C.: The Dark Side of Adoption, paper. 14th October 1970.
    13. Trieseliotis. J.P.: Identity and Adoption. Child Adoption. V4. 1974.
    14. Cavenar. J.: Spaulding. J.: Hammet.E.: Anniversary Reactions. 1976. Psychosomatics. Vol 17. (4) 210-212.
    15. Pollock. G.: Temporal Anniversary Manifestations. Hour. Day. Holiday. Psychonalytic Qrt 40.1971. P123.
    16. Hilgard. J.R.: Anniversarys in Mental Illness Psychiatry XXII. 1959. P.113-121.
    17. Picton. C.: Some Insights Into Adoption: Unintended Consequences of Publicity. Aust Social Work. Vol 30, No-1 March 1977.
    18. Reite. M. Seiler.C. Short.R.: Loss of Your Mother is More Than Loss of a Mother. Am.J. Psychiatry 135:3. March 1978.
    19. Lewis. E.: Page. A.: Failure to Mourn a Stillbirth: An Overlooked Catastrophe. Br. Med Psychology (1978) 51. 237-241.
    20. Pannor.R.: Baran.A.: Sorosky.A.: Birth Parents Who Relinquished Babies for Adoption Revisited. Family Process. V17, Sept 1978.
    21. Rickarby. G.A.: Eagan.P.: Issues of Preventive Work With Adopted Adolescents. Med.J. Aust. 1980. 1; 470-472.
    22. Rickarby.G.A.: Lee. M.M.: Said.J.; Eagan. P.: Adoptive Families in Distress. Aust. Journal Social Issues. 1981. V 16. No 1.
    23. Rynearson.E.K.: Relinquishment and its Maternal Complications: American Jour. Psychiatry. 139:3. March 1982.
    24. Inglis. K.: The Relinquishment Process and Grieving. Proceedings, Third Aust. Conf on Adoption: Changing Families.Adelaide. 1982.
    25. Begleiter.E.: The Medium and Long-Term Aftermath of Relinquishment. Paper. Confer. April 26.1983. Mission of St James & John.
    26. McDermott. K. MD.: Rights of the Relinquishing Mother. Human Rights Commiss. Discussion paper. July 1984. Canberra. ACT.
    27. Silverman. M.A.: Discussion: Adoptive Anxiety, Adoptive Rage, Adoptive Guilt. Psychiatrist Journ. V11. 1985.
    28. Condon. J.T.: The Parental-Foetal Relationship, a Comparison of Male and Female Expectant Parents. Jour. Psychosomatics Obstet. And Gynaecology.4. (1985) 271-284.
    29. Condon. J.T.: Psychological Disability in Women Who Relinquish a Baby for Adoption. Med Jour. Aust. V 144. Feb 1986.
    30. Watson.K. W.: Birth Families: Living with the Adoption Decision. Public Welfare. Spring 1986.
    31. Condon. J, T, : Altered Cognitive Functioning in Pregnant Women; A Shift Toward Primary Process Thinking. Br.J. Med. Psychology 1987. 60.329-334.
    32. Raphael-Leff.J.: (1980). Psychotherapy with Pregnant Women. In B.L. (ed) New York: Human Science Press.
    33. Condon.J.T.: Nature and Determinants of Parent-to-Infant Attachment Dunn.D.J: the Early Postnatal Period. J. Am. Acad. Child Adolesc. Psychiatry. 1988.27.3. 293-299.
    34. Klaus.M.: Kennell.J.: (1970). Human Maternal Behaviour at first Contact With Her Young. Pediatric.46: 187-192.
    35. Caplan.G.: (1961). An Approach to Community Mental Health. New York. Grune and Stratton.
    36. Van Kepple.M. Midford. S. Cicchini. M.: The Experience of Loss in Adoption. Paper. Presented 5th conf. Fremantle. Sept. 1987.
    37. Winker.R.: Brown.D.: Van Keppel. : Blanchard.A.: Clinical Practice in Adoption Psychology Practitioner Guidebooks. 1988.
    38. Gediman. J.G.: Giving up the Baby. Smith Alumne Quartly. Winter 1998.
    39. Kirschner.D.: Nagel.L.: Antisocial behaviour in Adoptees. Patterns, Dynamics. Child and Adol. Soc. Work. V5. No4. 1988.
    40. Treadwell. P.: A Parents Guide to the Problems of Adolescence. 1988. Penguin Books.
    41. Andersen. R.S.: Why Adoptees Search: Motives and More. Child Welfare V. LXVII. No1. Jan/Feb 1988.
    42. Wells S.: On Being a Birth Mother. Adoption and Fostering. V14. N0 2. 1990.
    43. Connolly. M.: The Experience of Living With an Absent Child. University of Alberta. Paper 1987.
    44. Shiffler. L. H.: Adoptions Impact on the Birthmothers: "Can a Mother Forget Her Child". 1991. Florida. Oxford Graduate School.
    45. Kaplan.S.: Silverstein. D: Seven Core Issues of Adoption. Ref. Griffiths 1991. The Right To Know Who You Are.
    46. Raphael-Leff. J.: Adoption. Chapman & Hall. 1991. Boundary Row. London. Isbn 0 412 33630 8.
    47. Wells. S.: Post Traumatic Stress in Birthmothers. Adoption and Fostering V 17. No 2. 1993.
    48. Lauderdale. J.L.: Boyle. J.S.: Infant Relinquishment Through Adoption. Image. Journ. Of Nursing Scholar.V.26. No3. Fall 1994.
    49. Logan.J.: Birth Mothers and Their Mental Health: Uncharted Territory. Br.J. Social Work (1996) 26, 609-625.
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