Reproductive rights and reproductive behavior. Clash or convergence of private values and public policies?

@article{David1994ReproductiveRA,
  title={Reproductive rights and reproductive behavior. Clash or convergence of private values and public policies?},
  author={Henry P. David},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  year={1994},
  volume={49 4},
  pages={343-9}
}
Using a rational scientific approach upholding public health values, this article notes experience gained from 25 years of cooperative transnational research on reproductive behavior. An overview of world population trends is followed by discussions of reproductive rights as a human right, the utility of acceptability studies of modern methods of fertility regulation, and findings from research on psychological responses to abortion, long-term developmental effects of compulsory pregnancy, and… CONTINUE READING

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