A Troubling Prognosis for Migrant Children in Detention_ – The New York Times June 18 2018

The long-lasting health effects of separating children from their parents at the U.S. border Los Angeles Times June 20, 2018

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    • Wall Street Journal, interview with Jonathan Rockoff on differential susceptibility, September 17, 2013, on page D2 in the U.S. edition
    • Neue Zuercher Zeitung, December 23, 2010, on differential susceptibility
    • Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, January 24 2010, on adoption from Haiti
    • The Atlantic Monthly, December issue 2009, pp 60-68, interview with David Dobbs on Orchid Children
    • Mare, Leiden University Weekly, December 13, 2007, listed with 3 papers in the ranking of the 10 most frequently cited Leiden University papers since
    1981 in the social and behavioral sciences (ranks 1, 2, and 9).
    • HP/De Tijd November 30, 2007, listed as one of the 20 most influential scientists/ thinkers in the Netherlands
    • Minneapolis Star Tribune (May 24, 2005) interview with L. Tanner + J. Hopfensperger: Foreign adoptees adjust well in new homelands
    • Miami Herald (May 25, 2005) interview with L. Tanner: Study: Kids adopted from abroad adapt well (also in: Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, and Los
    Angeles Times (May 24, 2005)
    • The New York Times, The New York Post, USA Today and The Washington Post (May 25, 2005)
    • Forbes (May 25, 2005) interview with R. Preidt: International Adoptees At Lower Risk of Behavior Problems
    • BBC World Radio interview May 25, 2005, on International vs national adoptions
    • Wall Street Journal, April 12 2005, interview with Sue Shellenbarger: Child care boost academics, hurt behavior.