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Jenkins (1969) recorded similar results. Thus, as might be expected regular, predictable, and trustworthy contact would maintain parents in the role of significant others and sustain the continuity and frequency of social interaction which are necessary to avoid attenuation of relationships. If, however, parents fail to have regular contact with their children, long-term caretakers are likely to become psychological parents whether we like it or not. Broken promises, disappointments, long silences, although understandable from the parents' point ofview , are likely to endanger children's sense of trust and engender feelings of rejection, badness, unacceptability and responsibility for lack ofcontact.
Thirdly, and deriving from Freud's suggestion that there is a 'universal deep seated fear of incest', Sants asserts that insufficient knowledge about origins may lead to fear of unknowingly committing incest. I t would appear then that no adopted child could escape a sense of genealogical bewilderment, no matter how well informed and able the adoptive parents might be. However, it must be pointed out once again that the importance placed on biological continuity by Sants and others is not confirmed by empirical evidence.
What we do know is that the 'success' rate offoster home placements, as assessed by continuity offoster parents' willingness to maintain children in their families, is relatively low. Studies have considered foster children remaining in placement for varying periods of two years to those con tin uing for five years. Assessment measures have relied on duration of placements rather than on the quality of family interaction or the well-being of foster children. Whatever the differences in research design and outcome measurements used, Prosser notes that 'on both sides of the Atlantic there has been a great deal of concern expressed at the high failure rate offoster placements' and that 'a number ofstudies have reported success rates of around 40-500/0' (Prosser, 1978, p.
Adoption and Fostering: Why and How by Carole R. Smith (auth.)