Parental mental representations during late pregnancy and early parenthood following assisted reproductive technology

Francesca Agostini, Fiorella Monti, Piergiuseppina Fagandini, Leonardo Llewellyn Duncan De Pascalis, Giovanni Battista La Sala & Isaac Blickstein
Objective: To evaluate the relationship between assisted reproduction technology (ART) and parental mental representations during late pregnancy and early parenthood. Study design: Women (n=25) following ART pregnancies were compared with their partners (n=23) and with women following spontaneous conceptions (n=39). Subjects were interviewed on mental representations at late gestation and three months postpartum. Results: Socio-demographic and obstetrical characteristics were similar between groups. ART women tend to decrease scores of intensity of investment from before to...
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