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Predictors and Correlates of Anxiety in Women Hospitalized With High-Risk Pregnancy
Anxiety during pregnancy often negatively impacts a woman's perception of her pregnancy, as well as affects the development of the fetus and contributes to long-term negative sequelae during subsequent years post-delivery. ...
Prenatal Attachment During Antepartum Hospitalization: Associations with Pregnancy Planning, Partner Relationship, and Postpartum Depression and Anxiety
Little is known about factors that may interfere with a woman's ability to attach to her fetus in the context of antepartum hospitalization. This study investigated the effects of pregnancy planning, considering termination, ...
Predictors of Depression in a High-Risk Hospitalized Pregnancy Population: A Prospective Longitudinal Study
Research is beginning to elucidate the prevalence and effects of antenatal depression on the mother and fetus. However, relatively little focus has been paid to the woman diagnosed with a high-risk pregnancy requiring ...