Psychological Responses After Abortion
Adler, Nancy E.
David, Henry P.
Major, Brenda N.
Roth, Susan H.
Russo, Nancy F.
Wyatt, Gail E.
Science. 1990 Apr 6; 248(4951): 41-44.
A review of methodologically sound studies of the psychological responses of U.S. women after they obtained legal, nonrestrictive abortions indicates that distress is generally greatest before the abortion and that the incidence of severe negative responses is low. Factors associated with increased risk of negative response are consistent with those reported in research on other stressful life events.
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