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Psychological factors in abortion. A review.

Psychological research is increasingly involved in debates regarding abortion. While recognizing the diversity of ethical and moral issues intertwined with abortion, the American Psychological Association (APA) has focused its involvement on psychological factors, most recently by appointing an expe... Full description

Journal Title: The American psychologist October 1992, Vol.47(10), pp.1194-1204
Main Author: Adler, N E
Other Authors: David, H P , Major, B N , Roth, S H , Russo, N F , Wyatt, G E
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title: Psychological factors in abortion. A review.
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  • David, H P
  • Major, B N
  • Roth, S H
  • Russo, N F
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  • Abortion, Induced–Psychology
  • Abortion, Legal–Psychology
  • Adaptation, Psychological–Psychology
  • Attitude of Health Personnel–Psychology
  • Female–Psychology
  • Humans–Psychology
  • Politics–Psychology
  • Pregnancy–Psychology
  • United States–Psychology
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description: Psychological research is increasingly involved in debates regarding abortion. While recognizing the diversity of ethical and moral issues intertwined with abortion, the American Psychological Association (APA) has focused its involvement on psychological factors, most recently by appointing an expert panel to review the literature on psychological effects. This article notes the history of APA involvement and reports on the panel's conclusions. It presents evidence that abortion is not likely to be followed by severe psychological responses and that psychological aspects can best be understood within a framework of normal stress and coping rather than a model of psychopathology. Correlates of more negative responses following abortion are also discussed. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
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