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Davis, P., Headley, K., Bazemore, T., Cervo, J., Sickinger, P., Winfham, M., & Rehfuss, M. (2010). Evaluating impact of transition seminars on missionary kids’ depression, anxiety, stress, and well-being. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 38, 186-194.

Dixon, P., & Hayden, M. (2008). “On the move”: Primary age children in transition. Cambridge Journal of Education, 38, 483-496.

Gilbert, K. R. (2008). Loss and grief between and among cultures: The experience of third culture kids. Illness, crisis and loss, 16, 93-109.

Lyttle, A. D., Baker, G. G., Cornwell, T. L. (2011). Adept through adaptation: Third culture individuals’ interpersonal sensitivity. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 35, 686-694.

Inman, A., Ngoubene-Atioky, A., Ladany, N., & Mack, T. (2009). School counselors in international schools: Critical issues and challenges. International Journal of Advanced Counselling, 31, 80-99.

Nathanson, J. Z., & Marcenko, M. (1995). Young adolescents’ adjustment to the experience of relocating overseas. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 19, 413-424.

Schuarzberg, C., & Parenteau, S. (2004). The impact of moves on international school students: A transition study in Argentina. International School Journal, 24, 33-40.

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