The Self-Concept of Women After Induced Abortion

  • U. Trainer
  • O. Jürgensen
  • H. G. Siedentopf
Conference paper

Abstract

Forty-nine of 149 patients agreed to be interviewed 6–12 months following outpatient abortion. Most important subjects of the examination were: Motivation for the abortion; present reevaluation of the decision; social environment; memories of the operation procedure, especially affects directed towards the hospital staff; mechanisms of defence or working up the past unpleasant impressions.

Keywords

Depression Neral Nism Lost 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin · Heidelberg 1982

Authors and Affiliations

  • U. Trainer
  • O. Jürgensen
  • H. G. Siedentopf

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