Citations with the tag: PREGNANCY -- Psychological aspects
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- Inhibition of mourning by pregnancy: psychopathology and management.
Lewis, Emanuel // British Medical Journal; 7/7/1979, Vol. 2 Issue 6181, p27
Investigates the psychopathology and management of inhibition of mourning during pregnancy. Difficulty to mourn during a bereavement; Idealization of the child as a reincarnation of the dead person or child abuse; Need to help a bereaved women to mourn at the time of death.
- Antipsychotic Medication During Pregnancy and Lactation in Women With Schizophrenia: Evaluating the Risk.
Patton, Sheila W; Misri, Shaila; Corral, Maria R; Perry, Katherine F; Kuan, Annie J // Canadian Journal of Psychiatry; Dec2002, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p959
Objective: To review studies investigating the following: whether exposing developing infants to antipsychotic medication during pregnancy and lactation is associated with increased risks of teratogenic, neonatal, and long-term neurobehavioural sequelae; whether schizophrenia itself affects...
- A Ray of Light.
Patton, Sheila W; Misri, Shaila; Corral, Maria R; Perry, Katherine F; Kuan, Annie J // Working Mother; Mar2001, p32
Reports on studies conducted by researchers at Yale, Columbia and Case Western Reserve universities in the United States, on the effects of light therapy on expectant mothers suffering from depression.
- Having my baby.
Brown, Ian // Saturday Night; Oct93, Vol. 108 Issue 8, p50
Recounts a man's experience in Lamaze class for pregnant women and their mates. Impressions of pregnancy; Use of psychoprophylaxis; Fear of episiotomy; Crush on instructor as a major distraction; Likes and dislikes about pregnancy; Eroticism of childbirth; Rehearsal of labor in class;...
- Perceptions of pregnant/parenting teens: Reframing issues for an integrated approach to pregnancy...
Rodriguez Jr., Cleo; Moore, Nelwyn B. // Adolescence; Fall95, Vol. 30 Issue 119, p685
Examines correlations between personal, family and educational background factors and unplanned teenage pregnancy. Administration of an anonymous questionnaire to 341 volunteer respondents in 14 Teenage Pregnancy/Parenting Programs; Differences among respondents related to family relationships,...
- The choices.
Redman, D.; Kunz, Anita // Mother Jones; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p32
Opinion. Presents a woman's account of her pregnancy and subsequent decision to have an abortion. Alternatives to suction cutterate; Use of the drug methotrexate; Doubts about her capacity to raise a child; Feelings during the Women's Day demonstration. INSET: An alternative to RU 486?, by...
- The pregnant art therapist.
Maat, Mercedes B. ter; Vandersyde, Ann D. // American Journal of Art Therapy; Feb95, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p74
Presents two clinical cases to examine the impact of pregnancy on the therapeutic process. Review of significant aspects of countertransference and transference responses addressed by the literature and experienced by the authors during their pregnancies; Transference and countertransference...
- Answering your questions.
Maat, Mercedes B. ter; Vandersyde, Ann D. // Australia's Parents; Apr/May97 Supplement Pregnancy, Issue 98, p8
Presents advice and counsel to pregnant women. Coping with anxiety; Information on HELLP (haemolysis), which may occur in pregnant women who develop high blood pressure and usually protein in their urine.
- Women's experiences of a follow up childbearing journey with Bachelor of Science students in Gauteng Province, South Africa.
MODIBA, L. M. // African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation & Dan; Sep2013 Supplement 1, p108
The purpose of this study was to describe and analyse the lived experiences of the follow up journey of a pregnant woman by listening to the voices of women as they reflect on their journey. A qualitative, descriptive and contextual design was used to examine into each woman's experience of her...
- Handling Pregnancy Rage.
Lamarre, Leslie // Parenting; Feb99, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p45
Discusses the irritability of pregnant women. Speculated reasons for the mood; Comment from Doctor Clark Gillespie; Discomforts of pregnancy; How to counter irritability.
- 'I'm pregnant...so why am I sad?'.
Picker, Lauren // Redbook; Apr2002, Vol. 198 Issue 4, p124
Part I. Discusses the importance to understand occurrence of depression during pregnancy. Diagnostic criteria for clinical depression; Importance of talking about what a woman feel with her husband; Occurrence of depression after birth; Primary risk factor for prenatal depression.
- Pregnancy Pals.
Zahorchak, Jason // Parenting; May2001, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p45
Discusses why pregnant women need to seek the comfort of friends. Benefits of friendship to pregnant women; Importance of a pre-natal class.
- WHEN WORRY GOES TOO FAR.
Slater, Lauren // Baby Talk; May2003, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p46
Presents an article describing the experiences of a pregnant woman with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Facts about OCD; Details on the diagnosis of pregnancy and prenatal care procedures; Effect of OCD on pregnancy; Lesson in life learned from the experience.
- What to Expect.
Eisenberg, Arlene; Murkoff, Heidi E. // Baby Talk; Dec97/Jan98, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p19
Answers several questions related to infant care. Language of babies; Ability of infants to grasp; When to feed infants with solid foods; Impact of depression on pregnancy.
- In Your WILDEST Dreams.
Parch, Lorie // Baby Talk; Dec98/Jan99, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p61
Examines the implications of dreams during pregnancy. Emotional content of dreams; Presence of a pattern in pregnancy dreams; Psychological impact of dreams; Role of dreams in the process of preparation for parenting. INSET: BEEN THERE, DREAMED THAT.
- then there was light.
Winik, Marion // Fit Pregnancy; Apr/May2002, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p123
Presents an article about a pregnant woman's depression during pregnancy with her third baby. Experience during her first pregnancy; Reasons for the depression; Antidepressant taken to deal with depression.
- Getting the Emotional Support You Need.
Bourland, Julia // Parenting; Oct99, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p57
Lists ways on how to handle emotional stress during pregnancy. Persons on whom one can vent loneliness; How to cope with anxiety; Advice on examining oneself. INSET: Sources of Solace.
- BABY BLUES.
Formichelli, Linda // Psychology Today; Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p24
Presents a study which focused on postpartum depression, a condition encountered by new mothers characterized by a feeling of depression after the baby is born. Reason for the vulnerability of pregnant women to depression; Percentage of women who become depressed after giving birth; How to deal...
- A FATEFUL FIRST ACT.
Laber-Warren, Emily // Psychology Today; May/Jun2009, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p82
The author discusses issues regarding pregnancy. New studies revealed that fetal development is a complicated duet between the baby's genes and the messages it receives from its mother, and based on those signals, the fetus chooses one path over another, often resulting in long-term changes. A...
- MOMS IN WAITING.
Washington-Harris, Melissa // Heart & Soul; Apr2001, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p28
Suggests steps that pregnant women on bed rest can take to help ease the boredom, discontent and feelings of isolation, anxiety and helplessness that go with having to be in bed all the time.
- OUT OF MIND.
Drummond, Robert // Prospect; Jun2007, Issue 135, p28
The article focuses on the psychological condition of false pregnancy syndrome. An overview is given of the condition and its common symptoms, along with a brief history of its discovery and treatment. The male counterpart to the condition, called Couvade syndrome, is also discussed. Multiple...
- `Pregnant brain' a fallacy.
Lantz, Stephen // Australasian Science; Jul2000, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p12
Focuses on a study which debunked the myth that pregnant women suffer from memory loss, conducted by a team from the Australian National University's Centre for Medical Health Research. Participants of the study; Comments from Doctor Helen Christensen.
- Post-Pregnancy Smarts.
Phillips, Samantha // Parenting; Aug2000, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p47
Deals with the impact of the post-pregnancy period on the mothers' ability to learn. Statement issued by Craig Kinsley, associate professor of neuroscience at the University of Richmond.
- Psychosocial stressors of drug-abusing disadvantaged adolescent mothers.
Scafidi, Frank A.; Field, Tiffany // Adolescence; Spring97, Vol. 32 Issue 125, p93
Identifies the psychosocial stressors associated with adolescent pregnancy and drug abuse. Application of the Problem Oriented Screening Instrument for Teenagers (POSIT) and Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) to 55 disadvantaged adolescent mothers; Best predictors of drug abuse during pregnancy.
- How pregnancy can boost your sex life...really!
Young, Stephanie // Glamour; Feb95, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p42
Cites Sheila Kitzinger's book entitled `The Year After Childbirth.' beauty of a pregnant woman; Role of pregnancy in boosting a woman's sex life.
- The family development project: A comprehensive mental...
D'Andrea, Michael // Journal of Mental Health Counseling; Apr94, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p184
Describes a comprehensive, community-based, mental health counseling program for pregnant inner-city adolescents. Preventive considerations on mental health counseling; Family Development Project (FDP); Evaluation of the program; Limitations associated with the program; Benefits from the FDP...
- Characteristics predicting response: in vitro fertilisation.
White, Adrian; Meinen, Michael // Acupuncture in Medicine; Feb2014, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p86
The article discusses the study "The Effects of Acupuncture on Rates of Clinical Pregnancy Among Women Undergoing in Vitro Fertilization: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis" by E. Manheimer and colleagues, published in the 2013 issue of "Human Reproduction Update."
- More to Love.
Kane, Susan // Parenting Early Years; Jul2010, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p11
The article offers the author's insights of being happy and healthy after giving births and gaining weight.
- PRAMS Go To Birmingham: Reflections From a First Time Presenter.
Fearn, Francesca // Mental Health Occupational Therapy; Jul2010, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p57
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experiences as a first time presenter for a Perinatal Response and Management Service (PRAM) conference related to mental health problems and pregnancy in Birmingham, England.
- Pregnancy Intention and Pregnancy Happiness: Are They Different?
Sable, Marjorie R.; Libbus, M. Kay // Maternal & Child Health Journal; Sep2000, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p191
Objectives : This study examines the relationship among pregnancy intention and attitudes, inconsistent contraceptive use, and plans for potential pregnancy among 311 women who presented at local health departments to seek a pregnancy test and for whom a pregnancy would be unintended. Methods :...
- Defining Dimensions of Pregnancy Intendedness.
Stanford, Joseph B.; Hobbs, Rachel; Jameson, Penny; DeWitt, M. Jann; Fischer, Rachel C. // Maternal & Child Health Journal; Sep2000, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p183
Background : The classification scheme used by the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) is a well-established system for defining the intendedness of pregnancy, but its clinical relevance is uncertain. The purpose of this study was to explore how women conceptualize the intention status of...
- Promoting confidence in maternal intuition.
Clift-Matthews, Victoria // British Journal of Midwifery; May2010, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p276
The article discusses various reports published within this issue include one by Julie Smith and Mary Nolan on the anxiety experienced by pregnant women when they are asked to go home while in early labour and another by Belinda Maier on pregnant women who think that they are not treated as...
- Effect of spiritual intelligence on decreasing pregnant women;s anxiety during pregnancy in Shiraz City.
Baba Nazari, L.; Zamani, P. // Journal of Jahrom University of Medical Sciences; 1/15/2014, Vol. 11, p244
Introduction: Pregnancy is a new and unique situation in which the pregnant women experience many changes both in terms of psychological and physiological. The aim of this research was aninvestigation on the effect of spiritual intelligence training on decreasing pregnancy anxiety inShiraz....
- Not waving but drowning: mothers in distress.
Bloom, Jane // British Journal of Midwifery; May2002, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p324
Focuses on the importance of psychological psychotherapy treatment needs of childbearing women in Great Britain. Improvement of perinatal mental care; Reduction of distress symptoms; Improvement on the quality of midwifery care.
- Celebrate your shape.
Bloom, Jane // Mothering; Mar/Apr2010, Issue 159, p32
The article reports on the website, http://theshapeofamother.com, which aims to normalize the effect of pregnancy and birth in the female form particularly to Western women and mothers.
- Pregnant â€¦ and Depressed.
Harrar, Sarí; Nelson, Roxanne // Prevention; Nov2003, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p48
Discusses depression among pregnant women. Causes of depression in pregnant women; Health risks; Recommendations of doctors.
- Postnatal depression - myth and reality: maternal depression before and after the birth of a child.
Najman, J. M.; Andersen, M. J.; Bor, W.; O'Callaghan, M. J.; Williams, G. M. // Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology; 2000, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p19
Abstract Background.' Much has been written about postnatal depression as a clinical condition. There is some evidence to suggest that a substantial proportion of women who give birth experience a depression in the postnatal period. This paper reports the results of a longitudinal study of the...
- Prenatal psychosocial disorders.
Rimawi, Omar Taleb // International Humanities Studies; Sep2015, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p41
The study aims to investigate psychosocial and social disorders associated with women during pregnancy in the light of certain variables namely: age during the previous pregnancy, number of pregnancies, level of academic qualifications and place of residence. The sample consisted of 446 pregnant...
- Healthy aging begins in the womb.
Rimawi, Omar Taleb // Biomedical Market Newsletter; 3/21/2012, Vol. 21, p1
The article offers information on a new study led by the Jena University Hospital in Thuringia, Germany neurologists and epidemiologists from Europe based on studying the negative impacts of maternal stress, undernutrition and medication during pregnancy on child's brain.
- Independent predictors of breastfeeding intention in a disadvantaged population of pregnant women.
Mclnnes, Rhona J.; Love, Janet G.; Stone, David H. // BMC Public Health; 2001, Vol. 1, p10
Background: Breastfeeding rates in Scotland are very low, particularly in the more disadvantaged areas. Despite a number of interventions to promote breastfeeding very few women actually intend to breastfeed their baby. The aim of this study was to identify personal and social factors...
- Manage your moods.
Rusch, Elizabeth // Fit Pregnancy; Apr/May2010, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p50
The article offers suggestions for controlling mood swings during pregnancy. One should first deal with pre-existing problems such as depression and anxiety, which can be treated with a therapy. It suggests communicating with friends and family and also talking to other pregnant women and...
- Your incredible shrinking brain.
C. A. L. // Fit Pregnancy; Apr/May2010, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p103
The article offers information on the changes in the brain after delivery. The status of the brain during pregnancy, which is called 'pregnancy brain,' affects the mental health of a woman after delivery. It is caused due to hormonal imbalance, post pregnancy. According to author Shannon Seip,...
- Hormone handbook.
Oz, Mehmet; Roizen, Michael // Fit Pregnancy; Aug/Sep2011, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p46
The article discusses how hormones regulates everything from mood swings to acne eruption during pregnancy. It has been stated that Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) stimulates the corpus luteum to produce estrogen and progesterone in the first 10 weeks after conception. It has been stated that...
- Pregnancy in women with psychotic disorders.
Barkla, J.; Byrne, L.; Hearle, J.; Plant, K.; Jenner, L.; McGrath, J. // Archives of Women's Mental Health; 2000, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p23
Clinical experience and past research suggest that women with psychotic disorders have special needs when it comes to the provision of family planning and obstetric care. The aim of this study was to examine variables related to these issues in a representative sample of women with psychotic...
Johnson, Pamela // Essence (Essence); Sep99, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p64
Features ideas for nurturing relationships. Discussion on soul mates; How to express anger feelings properly; List of stages in birth process that a pregnant women can learn to effect meaningful changes.
- Let's Get Personal.
Cole, Judy; Frank, Christina; Motte, Paula; Wong, Kathleen // Health (Time Inc. Health); Jun2000, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p152
Presents news briefs about women's health as of June 2000. Emotional problems associated with pregnancy; Importance of mammograms in women at the age of 50 and up; Views of author Elsimar Coutinho on the menstrual cycle.
- Pregnant Sex: Everything You Need To Know.
Torpey, Anne // Parenting; Nov2001, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p51
Discusses the physical and emotional changes that comes with pregnancy. Sexual appetite trend throughout pregnancy; Mood swings during pregnancy.
- Stress and Mood Disorders During Pregnancy: Implications for Child Development.
Monk, Catherine // Psychiatric Quarterly; Dec2001, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p347
Recent research suggests that stress, anxiety, and depression during pregnancy may have an impact on how the child develops. In this article, the central literature supporting this hypothesis is reviewed. Next, studies from our laboratory showing that differences in fetal heart rate patterns are...
- Liver Diseases Specific to Pregnancy.
Cholongitas, Evangelos; Burroughs, Andrew K. // Current Medical Literature: Gastroenterology; 2008, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p33
The article discusses the changes in the liver that occur physiologically during pregnancy. The three categories of liver diseases in pregnancy in the clinical setting are categorized under those specific to pregnancy, those coincidental with pregnancy and those that are already established. The...
Cholongitas, Evangelos; Burroughs, Andrew K. // Current Medical Literature: Psychiatry; 2009, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p106
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