Childbearing depressive symptomatology in high-risk pregnancies: The roles of working models and social support

@inproceedings{Besser2002ChildbearingDS,
  title={Childbearing depressive symptomatology in high-risk pregnancies: The roles of working models and social support},
  author={Avi Besser and Beatriz Priel and Arnon Wiznitzer},
  year={2002}
}
Guided by both attachment and social support theories, the authors conducted a longitudinal investigation exploring the concomitant effects of perceptions of spouse support (anticipated and received spouse support) and internal working models of attachment (positive-self and positive-other), on childbearing depressive symptomatology. Distinct main and interaction effects for attachment dimensions and perceived support variables were hypothesized for highand low-risk pregnancies. Participants in… CONTINUE READING