Psychological Identification Applied to the Adopted Child
In the psychology of identification, what is applicable to the adopted child can be understood beginning in the "Primary Identification" paragraph. The theory the hypotheses, testing and proof in this theory and continued, combined theory progress As all test subjects that proved the theory true are based on the biological parent and their genetic offspring as the test subjects.
In primary identification the biological child unconsciously adopts the characteristics of his genetic parents. Where the infant has been subjected to adoption separation, the infant suffers abandonment trauma as the sequence of events unfold and the child is adopted after the traumatic loss of his mother has been inflicted. The unconscious adaption of genetic characteristics are from the biological parent's traits utilizing the infant's genetic codes and cell memory to accomplish primary identification to the absent biological parent.