Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology
J Reprod Infant Psychol
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ISSN (printed): 0264-6838. ISSN (electronic): 1469-672X.
The Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology was begun by the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology in 1983, and is now the major source of published material on the psychological aspects of human reproduction. The Journal reports and reviews outstanding research on psychological, behavioural, medical and social aspects of human reproduction, pregnancy and infancy. Topics covered include: sexuality; fertility and infertility; menstruation and the menopause; pregnancy and childbirth; antenatal preparation; motherhood and fatherhood; neonatology and early infancy; infant feeding; early parent-child relationships; postnatal psychological disturbance and psychiatric illness; obstetrics and gynaecology; andrology and midwifery. Regular special issues are devoted to major topical areas and have included highly successful collections on infertility, early child maltreatment, breast-feeding, pregnancy, child-care, miscarriage and the menopause. Special Issues 1987 Volume 5, Number 3 Breastfeeding; Edited by P. Wright 1988 Volume 6, Number 3 Early Child Maltreatment; Edited by K. Brown 1989 Volume 7, Number 2 Infertility; Edited by R. Edelmann and E.M. Alder 1990 Volume 8, Number 2 Psychiatric Disorders Associated with Childbearing; Edited by F. Margison 1991 Volume 9, Numbers 2/3 Day Care for Young Children; Edited by E. Melhuish and D. Wolke 1991 Volume 9, Number 4 Family Planning and Reproductive Decisions; Edited by A. Walker and E. McNeill 1992 Volume 10, Number 2 The Menstrual Cycle; Edited by P. Warner and A. Walker 1993 Volume 11, Number 1 Psychological Aspects of Fetal Screening and the New Genetics; Edited by J.M. Green and M.P.M. Richards 1994 Volume 12, Number 1 Understanding the Experience and Emotional Consequences of Miscarriage; Edited by P. Slade and R. Cecil 1994 Volume 12, Number 3 Ethics at the Beginning of Life; Edited by J. Singleton and R. Drewett 1995 Volume 13, Number 2 The Menopause; Edited by M.S. Hunter and E.M. Alder 1996 Volume 14, Number 3 Longitudinal Studies of Early Development; Edited A. Slater and N. Marlow Special issues are available at a special rate, please contact the Publisher for details. Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology The Society provides a forum for discussion for the many disciplines and specialities which have an interest in this subject. Through its Journal, its Annual Conference and other special conferences, workshops and seminars, the Society brings together the work, theoretical formulations and findings which would otherwise be dispersed widely. Members of SRIP receive a subscription to the Journal as part of their membership. For further details contact: P. Warner Membership Secretary SRIP Department of Public Health Sciences University of Edinburgh Edinburgh EH8 9AG UK.
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