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Abortion Report

Abortion Report

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Report of the APA Task Force onMental Health and Abortion
Date of this Report: 8/13/2008
 APA Task Force on Mental Health and Abortion
 Brenda Major, PhD, ChairMark Appelbaum, PhDLinda Beckman, PhD
 
 2Mary Ann Dutton, PhD181920212223242526Nancy Felipe Russo, PhDCarolyn West, PhD
The Task Force on Mental Health and Abortion is charged with collecting, examining, and summarizing the scientific research addressing the mental health factors associated withabortion, including the psychological responses following abortion, and producing a report based upon a review of the most current research.
 
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REPORT OF THE APA TASK FORCE
 
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ON MENTAL HEALTH AND ABORTION
 
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Table of Contents
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Page No.Executive SummaryI. IntroductionA. OverviewB. Definitions and Scope of ReportC. Questions AddressedD. Importance of Recognizing Variability in theAbortion ExperienceII. Conceptual FrameworksA. Abortion Within a Stress-and-Coping PerspectiveB. Abortion as a Traumatic ExperienceC. Abortion Within a Sociocultural ContextD. Abortion and Co-Occurring Risk Factors1. Systemic risk factors2. Personal risk factorsE. Summary
 
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III. Methodological Issues in Abortion ResearchA. Comparison/Contrast GroupsB. Co-Occurring Risk FactorsC. SamplingD. Measurement of Reproductive History and Problems ofUnderreportingE. AttritionF. Outcome Measures: Timing, Source, and Clinical SignificanceG. Other Statistical IssuesH. Interpretational Problems and Logical FallaciesI. Summary of Methodological Issues
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IV. Review of Scientific LiteratureA. Search Strategy and Criteria for InclusionB. Descriptive Overview of Literature Identified for This ReviewV. Review of Comparison Group StudiesA. Record-Based Studies and Secondary Analyses With ComparisonGroups1. Medical records2. Secondary analyses of survey data3. Evaluation of record-based and secondary analyses studies4. Summary of medical-record and secondary analyses studies

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