Is privation reversible?

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  • Created on: 10-11-15 17:41
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  • Is privation reversible?
    • Reversible
      • Czech twins
        • They became stable, had comfortable jobs, had families and lacked abnormalities.
      • Romanian orphans
        • No matter what age they entered the UK and was adopted, they all made significant progress.
    • Partly reversible
      • War orphans
        • They caught up quickly because of a stimulating environment, however they  struggled to form attachments.
      • Hodge and Tizard
        • The bond between adoptive parent and children, was better than the bonds in restored families,
    • Not reversible
      • Genie
        • She made some progress but no significant enough for it to be permanent.


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