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Pregnancy Psychological aspects Puerperium First pregnancy. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Psychological aspects of a first pregnancy and early postnatal adaptation.
Psychological Aspects of a First Pregnancy and Early Postnatal Adaptation. The exploratory behaviors of a sample of 11 infants with Down syndrome and 11 nondelayed infants, matched on Bayley mental raw scores and gender, were analyzed. Transitional probabilities and z. Pauline M. Shereshefsky, Leon J. Yarrow. Transitional probabilities and . More).
Includes bibliographies. Prepared and published under contract no. NIH-72-C-259 of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. xvi, 373 p. Number of pages. Reproductive adaptation in mother and daughter: A study of personality development and adaptation to motherhood. New York: Raven Press. Shereshefsky, P. Plotsky, . & Lockman, R. F. (1973). Pregnancy adaptation. In P. Shereshefsky and L. J. Yarrow (Ed., Psychological aspects of a first pregnancy and early postnatal adaptation. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, Supplement, 254, 1–115. Wenner, N. Cohen, M. Weigert, E. Kvarnes, R. Ohaneson, E. & Fearing, J. (1969).
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Harmon, Psicholodical Aspects of a First Pregnancy and Early Postnatal Adaptation. Yarrow 90. Psychological aspects of a first pregnancy and early postnatal adoptation. N. Raven Press Publ. The first involves a presentation of the developmental tasks of pregnancy (especially as they stand out during the first pregnancy). Perceived styles of mother–daughter relationship and the prenatal adjustment of the primigravida. Doctoral dissertation. The second describes a conceptual framework and a clinical approach for using such developmental information in assessing the status of the pregnant woman’s assets and liabilities and for developing an action-oriented approach to intervention where that is indicated.