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|Statement||Editors: Pauline M. Shereshefsky [and] Leon J. Yarrow.|
|Contributions||Shereshefsky, Pauline M., ed., Yarrow, Leon J., ed., National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||RG560 .P78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 373 p.|
|Number of Pages||373|
|LC Control Number||73087877|
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Edited by Pauline M. Shreshefsky and Leon J. Yarrow Birth Defects and Foetal Development Endocrine and Metabolic Factors. Psychological maternal-fetal attachment commences fairly early in pregnancy and increases over gestation, culminating in the birth of an infant.
There are indications that changes in pregnancy hormones may correspond to maternal psychological adaptation to pregnancy and newborn care, but there is much to be learned in this by: Psychological Effects Of Motherhood A Study Of First Pregnancy Ebook Format - Frédéric Dard Publishing Women In Early Pregnancy And After A Reassuring Anomaly Scan Women Were Recruited At Booking 14 Women And 20 Partners And Postnatal Attachment A Moderate Correlation Also Would Be Found Between Prenatal.
Pregnancy: a psychological and social study / edited by S. Wolkind and E. Zajicek. RG P73 Psychological aspects of a first pregnancy and early postnatal adaptation. A phase of maternal adaptation that involves relinquishment of previous roles and assumption of a new role as a parent. Postpartum Blues Temporary, self-limited period of tearfulness experienced by many new mothers beginning the first week after child birth.
Psychosocial Adaptation to Pregnancy is a significant addition to the psychosocial assessment literature, a needed resource for clinical and health psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, and obstetrical nurses.
It is also adaptable to undergraduate and graduate courses in maternal. Consequently psychological research on pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood has focused on diverse substantive topics selecting different epistemologies, standpoints and methods.
The changing nature of pregnancy When I was born, 60 years ago, pregnancy and childbirth were hit-and-miss affairs. Oral contraceptives were things of the future. This book explores the psychological aspects of pregnancy, childbirth, and early motherhood--an area usually overlooked in the perinatology literature.
20 multidisciplinary contributors discuss what parents and their children experience during this emotionally charged period. Psychological changes in the first trimester usually involve anxiety about the unborn baby. See more pregnancy pictures. Pregnancy is an experience full of growth, change, enrichment, and challenge.
It is a time when you as a couple confront your fears and expectations about becoming parents and begin to determine your own parenting style.
In a broad sense, acceptance of pregnancy refers to a woman’s adaptive responses to the changes inherent in prenatal growth and development. Data presented in Chapter 1 suggest that acceptance of pregnancy is associated with the gravida’s adaptation to and her gratification with being by: 1.
Psychological Aspects of a First Pregnancy and Early Postnatal Adaptation. Leon J. Yarrow. from: N/A. The Relationships between Postpartum Adaptation and Postpartum Depression Symptoms of First Pregnancy Mothers in Taiwan June The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 45(1) The physiology of the postnatal period.
Once a woman becomes a mother, everything changes—her body, her obligations, her priorities. Not only does she need to heal physically, but she’s responsible for another human being. It’s easy for her to put her needs aside in the interest of the baby’s. A high-risk pregnancy traditionally was defined as one complicated by a serious medical condition that may jeopardize its outcome.
Now, there is a veritable "explosion" of clinical research and anecdotal reports, describing multiple factors with psychological influences on women before, during, and after their pregnancy, which may often determine its course, outcome, and that of the infant(s).
Pregnancy and the process of childbirth and new motherhood require major physical and psychological adaptations for a woman. In addition, the pathway of development from embryo to fetus to neonate to infant has the potential to exert critical influences on the mental and physical health of the new individual throughout their life.
Pregnancy as a transition period in a woman’s life is acknowledged to be associated with heightened levels of emotion and psychological status, and contemporary evidence suggests that the ramifications of significant psychological distress in pregnancy may well be enduring (Martin and Jomeen, ).
This paper presents accruing evidence that Cited by: 1. Author(s): Shereshefsky,Pauline M; Yarrow,Leon J; National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.) Title(s): Psychological aspects of a first pregnancy and early postnatal adaptation. Editors: Pauline M.
Shereshefsky [and] Leon J. Yarrow. Physical and psychological problems after childbirth are common, and may have a significant negative and long-term impact on women’s wellbeing and daily functioning. The method of birth may be a particularly important factor influencing women’s health and wellbeing following birth, however, population-wide evidence is limited.
This study uses data from 5, women who responded Cited by: Early Parental Adaptation, Prenatal Distress, and High-Risk Pregnancy Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Pediatric Psychology 41(8) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
In Psychosocial Adaptation to Pregnancy, seven dimensions of maternal emotional health are identified--including acceptance of the pregnancy, motivation to take on the role of motherhood, relationships with husband/partner and with her own mother, preparation for labor, self-esteem, and sense of control--that have significant impact on delivery /5(2).
The seven dimensions of maternal adaptation pertain to motivation for and acceptance of the pregnancy, processes involved in evolving a maternal role prenatally, changes in significant kin relationships (with husband/partner and mother), and preparatory emotional, physical, and adaptive processes for.
The rationale of any national screening programme is to recognise the benefits for public health, to assess a predominantly healthy population including pregnant women and to detect risk factors for morbidity in order to provide timely care interventions. The focus of antenatal care screening is to identify wider determinants of health that may have an impact on a pregnant woman’s well-being Author: Johanna Mmabojalwa Mathibe-Neke, Seipati SuzanMasitenyane.
Psychological Adaptations During Pregnancy - Flashcards. Flashcard Deck Information. Class: NUR D - Maternal Nursing: Subject: Nursing. Essential Antenatal, Perinatal and Postpartum Care 2 Required resources and visual aids The handouts required to accompany sessions have been included with each module.
Together with suggested overhead slides to be used with each module, these handouts are also included in a separate folder. Psychological changes during puerperium1 1. Psychological changes during puerperium 2.
• The postpartum period, or puerperium, refers to the period beginning immediately after the birth of a child and extending for about 6-to- 8-week period after delivery during which the mother’s body returns to its pre-pregnant state. Many psychological changes occur in the mother during t.
Psychological adaptation and birth outcomes. The role of personal resources, stress, and sociocultural context in pregnancy. Psychological and physical symptoms during pregnancy: A comparison o f male and female expectant parents.
Psychological aspects o f a first pregnancy and early postnatal adaptation. ().Author: Claire. Summerscales. A study of the relationship between maternal psychosocial adaptation in pregnancy to maternal anxiety and labor progress during childbirth in 32 primigravida women provides the data for the : Pamela S Thompson.
during pregnancy or the early postpartum period (Robertson et al., ). Unwanted pregnancy, not surprisingly, is also found to be a risk factor (Leathers & Kelley, ).Cited by: A study of the psychological processes in pregnancy and of the earliest mother-child relationship.
Their husbands or boyfriends were seen where possible in early pregnancy and at three months by: Learn psychosocial adaptations to pregnancy with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of psychosocial adaptations to pregnancy flashcards on Quizlet.
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There is growing evidence from Australia and overseas that the care provided in hospital in the early postnatal period is less than ideal for both women and care providers. Many health services face increasing pressure on hospital beds and have limited physical space available to care for mothers and their babies.
We aimed to gain a more in-depth understanding of women's views, expectations Cited by: The Psychological Tasks of Pregnancy First Trimester: Accepting the Pregnancy Accept the reality of the pregnancy.
A diagnosis of pregnancy is a similar rite of passage. In reality, as many as 50% of pregnancies are still unintended, unwanted, or mistimed Often women immediately experience something less than pleasure and closer to 5/5(6). Prenatal psychology can be seen as a part of developmental psychology, although historically it was developed in the heterogenous field of scope is the description and explanation of experience and behaviour of the individual before birth and postnatal consequences as well.
In so far as the actual birth process is involved one can consider this perinatal psychology.KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE ON SELECTED ASPECTS OF POSTNATAL CARE AMONG POSTNATAL MOTHERS Pradhan (Thaiba) A, Rani U KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE ON SELECTED ASPECTS OF POSTNATAL CARE AMONG POSTNATAL MOTHERS Pradhan (Thaiba) A1, Rani U2 ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION: Maternal mortality is higher in women living in rural areas and among File Size: KB.Psychological aspects Many women consider natural birth empowering and gives women more control in the birth process, pushing against the paternalistic medical establishment.
  Studies show that skin-to-skin contact between a mother and her newborn immediately after birth is .