Bucharest Early Intervention Project

This study compared the development of children living in institutions to the development of formerly institutionalized children living in Romanian foster homes established by the Network. (Both groups of children are also compared to a group of never-institutionalized Romanian children living with their biological families.)

This project came under heavy criticism in Romania, whereby the US side denied that their research had anything to do with intercountry adoption


However, the below article clearly links the project to intercountry adoption



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Bucharest Early Intervention ProjectPart ofTulane Foundation
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Solidarite Enfants Roumains Abandonnes Romania (SERA Romania)Participates inBucharest Early Intervention Project
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur FoundationSponsor ofBucharest Early Intervention Project
The Research Network on Early Experience and Brain DevelopmentOrganizesBucharest Early Intervention Project
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Romania's Orphan Story 1966-20062006-00-00
U.S. study of Romanian children faces European challenge2002-06-06

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