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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 33, Number 4, 8 August 2015

How we can manage the ‘cost’ of perinatal mental health before it’s too late
pp. 321-324(4)
Authors: Moloney, Eoin; Newham, James J.

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The inter-relationship between depressive, anxiety and stress symptoms in fathers during the antenatal period
pp. 359-373(15)
Authors: Wee, Kim Yiong; Skouteris, Helen; Richardson, Ben; McPhie, Skye; Hill, Briony

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Qualitative accounts of teenage and emerging adult women adjusting to motherhood
pp. 388-401(14)
Authors: Mulherin, Kate; Johnstone, Melissa

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Baby please stop crying: an experimental approach to infant crying, affect, and expected parenting self-efficacy
pp. 414-425(12)
Authors: de Cock, Evi S.A.; Henrichs, Jens; Rijk, Catharina H.A.M.; van Bakel, Hedwig J.A.

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Postpartum psychosis and relationships: their mutual influence from the perspective of women and significant others
pp. 426-442(17)
Authors: Wyatt, Caroline; Murray, Craig; Davies, Jenny; Jomeen, Julie

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Nutrition in pregnancy and childbirth: food for thought
pp. 443-444(2)
Author: Row, Mary-Anthea C.

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