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Foster care is a protective intervention designed to provide out of
home placement to children living in at-risk home environments. This study
employs prospective longitudinal data (N = 189) to investigate
the effects of foster care on the development of child behavior and
psychological functioning taking into account baseline adaptation prior to
placement and socioeconomic status at the time of placement. Comparisons
were made among three groups: children who experienced foster care, those
who were maltreated but remained in the home, and children who had not
experienced foster care or maltreatment despite their similarly at-risk
demographic characteristics. In the current sample, children placed in out
of home care exhibited significant behavior problems in comparison to
children who received adequate care, and using the same pre- and
postplacement measure of adaptation, foster care children showed elevated
levels of behavior problems following release from care. Similarly,
children placed into unfamiliar foster care showed higher levels of
internalizing problems compared with children reared by maltreating
caregivers, children in familiar care, and children who received adequate
caregiving. Findings suggest that outcomes related to foster care may vary
with type of care and beyond the effects associated with maltreatment
history, baseline adaptation, and socioeconomic status.
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