Prenatal development and parents' lived experiences. How early events shape our psychophysiology and relationships. Ann Diamond Weinstein ; foreword by Michael J. Shea.Series: Norton series on interpersonal neurobiology: Publisher: New York, W.W. Norton & Company, Copyright date: ©2016Edition: First edition.Description: xiv, 474 pages, illustrations, 25 cm.ISBN: 9780393711066 (hardback) :; 0393711064 (hardback) :.Subject(s): PARENTHOOD : PSYCHOLOGY IMM QR | PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT : PSYCHOLOGY ILO | DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ILK | CHILD DEVELOPMENT : SOCIAL WELFARE QLG ILK | LIFE EXPERIENCES : HUMAN PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES ICE SOther classification: IMM QRL OK
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 377-440) and index.
Prenatal and birth experiences influence postnatal development, lifelong response patterns and interpersonal relationships -- Overview of multidisciplinary support for prenatal and perinatal psychology -- How prenatal experience is stored and influences the prenatal environment and prepares the human organism for life outside the womb -- Females' perceptions influence the environment in which their prenates develop -- Cumulative life experiences influence females' hormonal physiology and reproductive processes during the preconception, prenatal and early parenting period -- Prenatal development of the sensory system : the capacity of the embryo/fetus to perceive, experience and interact with its environment -- Prenatal autonomic nervous system development -- Epigenetics : the impact of the prenatal environment on the expression of -- Preconception and prenatal maternal traumatic stress : impacts on experiences of conception, pregnancy, birth and parenting -- Layers of loss unnamed and unprocessed contribute to the burden of unresolved grief -- Impacts of assisted reproductive technologies on women's experiences of conception, pregnancy, birth and early parenting -- Implications and opportunities for practice, training and policy.