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Psychology of Orphans is written by Dr. Lyudmila Shipitsyna Rector of the Institute of Special Education and Psychology Saint-Petersburg, Russia. She has a Doctorate in Science and Biology and works as an honored professor in this specialty in the Russian Federation. Considered an expert and pioneer in this field in Russia, she has authored over 400 publications. Today these books have formed the foundation in teaching on special education within Russia and beyond. Psychology of Orphans is the combination of written theory with the clinical practice and experience of dealing with orphans, adoptions and families. Psychology of Orphans was written as a resource book for students, researchers, academics and professionals. Those who work with orphans and families with special needs children affected by social and psychological problems will find Psychology of Orphans invaluable. Any potential adoptive parent needs to know the research and conclusions that Psychology of Orphans reveals. Question on children's behaviors and actions are answered presenting a better understanding of those from state institutions. The exciting fact that sets Psychology of Orphans apart from other books is that the research obtained is for the first time based from within Russia.

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