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There is a substantial literature of correlational findings from stud- ies in developed countries where abortion is legal that are riddled with methodological problems and selective biases that exaggerate post-pregnancy

There is a substantial literature of correlational findings from stud- ies in developed countries where abortion is legal that are riddled with methodological problems and selective biases that exaggerate post-pregnancy mental health risks of abortion while minimizing risks for unwanted childbearing. Health professionals need to be able to critically evaluate this literature and use caution when generalizing findings across contexts differing in legal grounds for abortion.

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  • 2014-07-01
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    Russo, Nancy Felipe (2014). Abortion, unwanted childbearing, and mental health. SALUD MENTAL, 37(4), 283-291. http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=58231853002

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