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S. White, M. Gibson, D. Wastell, & P. Walsh (2020). Reassessing attachment theory in child welfare. Bristol: Policy Press. ISBN 978-1-443-3692-1 paperback. pp 163. GBP 17.59 plus post.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 May 2020

Frank Ainsworth*
Affiliation:
Senior Principal Research Fellow (Adjunct), School of Social Work and Human Services. James Cook University, Townsville campus, Queensland 4811, Australia.

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Pinto, C. (2019). Looked after and adopted children: Applying the latest science to complex biopsychosocial formulations. Adoption and Fostering, 43(3), 294309.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Wastell, D., & White, S. (2017). Blinded by science: The social implications of epigenetics and neuroscience. Bristol: Policy Press. Children Australia, 42(3), 222223.Google Scholar
White, S., Gibson, M., & Wastell, D. (2019). Child protection and disorganised attachment: A critical commentary. Child and Youth Services Review, 105, 18.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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