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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 31, Number 4, 1 September 2013

Diagnosis and classification: challenges and opportunities for perinatal psychology
pp. 325-327(3)
Authors: Martin, Colin R.; Redshaw, Maggie

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Why the confusion around neonatal imitation? A review
pp. 328-341(14)
Authors: Oostenbroek, Janine; Slaughter, Virginia; Nielsen, Mark; Suddendorf, Thomas

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Season of birth, crawling onset, and motor development in 7-month-old infants
pp. 342-351(10)
Authors: Atun-Einy, Osnat; Cohen, Dina; Samuel, Moran; Scher, Anat

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Meeting the challenges of teenage mothers with postpartum depression: overcoming stigma through support
pp. 352-369(18)
Authors: Boath, Elizabeth Hardie; Henshaw, Carol; Bradley, Eleanor

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Violence during pregnancy and its effects on mother–baby relationship during pregnancy
pp. 370-380(11)
Authors: Pires de Almeida, Clementina; Sá, Eduardo; Cunha, Flávia; Pires, Ermelinda P.

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What is perinatal well-being? A concept analysis and review of the literature
pp. 381-398(18)
Authors: Allan, Carly; Carrick-Sen, Debbie; Martin, Colin R.

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Exploration of the experiences of young mothers seeking and accessing health services
pp. 399-412(14)
Authors: Robb, Yvonne; McInery, Deirdre; Hollins Martin, Caroline J.

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Pathways to violated expectations of epidural uptake
pp. 413-425(13)
Authors: Soliday, Elizabeth; Sayyam, Jumana; Tremblay, Kimberly

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