Associations between maternal older age, family environment and parent and child wellbeing in families using assisted reproductive techniques to conceive

@inproceedings{Boivin2009AssociationsBM,
  title={Associations between maternal older age, family environment and parent and child wellbeing in families using assisted reproductive techniques to conceive},
  author={Jacky Boivin and Frances J. Rice and Dale F. Hay and Gordon T. Harold and Allyson Lewis and Marianne M.B. van den Bree and Anita Thapar},
  booktitle={Social science & medicine},
  year={2009}
}
Maternal age effects on parenting and family outcomes are of increasing interest because of the demographic shift toward older maternal age at first birth. Maternal age is also of interest because of the greater use of assisted reproductive techniques (ART) to bypass age-related infertility in couples trying to conceive late in the reproductive life cycle of the woman. The aim of the present study was to investigate maternal age effects associated with delayed parenting by comparing families of… CONTINUE READING

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