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Children of Addicts: A Forgotten Aspect in Drug Abuse Treatment?

  • Barbara Sowder
  • Marvin Burt

Abstract

The basic research question addressed in this study is:

Are the children of heroin addicts at greater risk than other children for health, learning, behavioral, socioemotional and/or adjustment problems?

Keywords

Target Child School Adjustment Index Child Heroin Addict Index Parent 
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References

  1. Nagi, S.Z. 1975. Child Abuse and Neglect Programs: A National Overview. Children Today, 4: 13–17.Google Scholar
  2. Sowder, B.J. 1977. Children of Addicts and Other Problem Families: A Review of the Literature. Bethesda, Maryland: Burt Associates, Incorporated.Google Scholar
  3. Sowder, B.J. and Burt, M.R. 1978a. Children of Addicts and Non-addicts: A Comparative Investigation in Five Urban Sites. Bethesda, Maryland: Burt Associates, Incorporated. (To be published by NIDA. )Google Scholar
  4. Sowder, B.J. and Burt, M.R. 1978b. Children of Addicts and Non-addicts: A Comparative Investigation in Five Urban Sites. Summary Report. Bethesda, Maryland: Burt Associates, Incorporated. (To be published by NIDA. )Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Plenum Press, New York 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • Barbara Sowder
    • 1
  • Marvin Burt
    • 1
  1. 1.Burt Associates, IncorporatedUSA

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