This series of three books brings together up-to-the minute theory and wide ranging research on the psychology of human reproduction for the first time and places it in a biopsychosocial context. The books are aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students in psychology, nursing and midwifery, but are also essential reading for anyone with an interest in reproduction and human development. TITLES IN THE SERIES - Reproductive Potential and Fertility Control; Conception, Pregnancy and Birth; Current Issues in Infancy and Parenthood.
About the Author
Walker, Anne, BSc, PhD, Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Leeds, UK Niven, Catherine A, RGN BSc PhD, Professor of Nursing and Midwifery Studies and Head of Department, University of Stirling, UK
Table of Contents
1. The social construction of motherhood and fatherhood