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The Relationship Between Antepartal Maternal Perceptions of Her Pregnancy/Fetus and Her Subsequent Attachment Bahaviors in the First Two Days Postpartum A Pilot Study

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Title: The Relationship Between Antepartal Maternal Perceptions of Her Pregnancy/Fetus and Her Subsequent Attachment Bahaviors in the First Two Days Postpartum A Pilot Study
Authors: Bloom, Kathleen H.
Keywords: Birth
Maternal Health
Postpartum Studies
Issue Date: 20 Nov 2015
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: The foundation for the maternal-infant relationship is set early in the postpartal period, from the first few hours after birth through the first two weeks. Lack of early, effective bonding can lead to problems in integrating the baby into the family unit, with possible severe psychopathology and/or child abuse as outcomes.
Pages/Duration: 41 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/37681
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