Samantha L. Wilson, Ph.D.

2006 Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO, United States 
Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Work
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Terri L. Weaver grad student 2006 Saint Louis University
 (International adoption: Exploring the cognitive and motor skills acquisition of infant/toddler adoptees after arrival into the United States.)
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Baden AL, Gibbons JL, Wilson SL, et al. (2013) International Adoption: Counseling and the Adoption Triad Adoption Quarterly. 16: 218-237
Wilson SL, Summerhill-Coleman L. (2013) Exploring Birth Countries: The Mental Health Implications of Heritage Travel for Children/Adolescents Adopted Internationally Adoption Quarterly. 16: 262-278
Wilson SL. (2009) Understanding and promoting attachment. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services. 47: 23-7
Wilson SL, Weaver TL. (2009) Follow-up of developmental attainment and behavioral adjustment for toddlers adopted internationally into the USA International Social Work. 52: 679-684
Wilson SL. (2009) Attending to relationships: Attachment formation within families of internationally adopted children Topics in Language Disorders. 29: 18-31
Gibbons JL, Wilson SL, Schnell AM. (2009) Foster parents as a critical link and resource in international adoptions from Guatemala Adoption Quarterly. 12: 59-77
Wilson SL, Weaver TL, Cradock MM, et al. (2008) A preliminary study of the cognitive and motor skills acquisition of young international adoptees Children and Youth Services Review. 30: 585-596
Gibbons JL, Rufener CA, Wilson SL. (2006) Sex differences in adoption attitudes: The mediating effects of gender role attitudes Adoption Quarterly. 9: 105-119
Gibbons JL, Wilson SL, Rufener CA. (2006) Gender attitudes mediate gender differences in attitudes toward adoption in Guatemala Sex Roles. 54: 139-145
Wilson SL, Kuebli JE, Hughes HM. (2005) Patterns of maternal behavior among neglectful families: implications for research and intervention. Child Abuse & Neglect. 29: 985-1001
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