Effect of Previous Infertility on Maternal–Fetal Attachment, Coping Styles, and Self-Concept During Pregnancy

@inproceedings{Bernstein1994EffectOP,
  title={Effect of Previous Infertility on Maternal–Fetal Attachment, Coping Styles, and Self-Concept During Pregnancy},
  author={Jeff Bernstein and Je Lewis and M. Seibel},
  year={1994}
}
ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to assess maternal–fetal attachment, coping styles, self-concept, and adjustment to pregnancy among previously infertile women. The prospective evaluation used quantitative and qualitative assessment in each trimester of pregnancy to investigate differences over time and comparison among women pregnant through standard infertility therapies, women pregnant through IVF, and never infertile women. Methodology includes standardized self-report instruments… CONTINUE READING

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