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Comparsion of Maternal Tension in Easy, Difficult , and Preterm labbors
Mansour Bayrami , Atefeh Zarei , Majid Mahmud alilu , Shirin Zeinali
MA of clinical child and adolescence psychology, University of Tabriz, Tabriz , atefeh.zareyi@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Delivery or childbirth is one of mother’s life experiences, sometimes associated with problems. The present study aimed to compare maternal tension in mothers who have had easy , difficult , and preterm labbors .
Methods: This study was conducted with a comparative cross-sectional descriptive method. The study population was all mothers, who had been referred to medical centers in Tabriz city during 2013. Accordingly , 180 mothers were  selected with convenience sampling and completed parenting stress index. Cronbach's alpha reliability was 0/93. Data were analyzed using the SPSS software and one way ANOVAs analysis of Variance.
Results : Finding showed that there was a significant difference between three groups with easy, difficult, and preterm deliveries in parenting stress (F= 3/60, p<0/001), child stress (F=140/8, p<0/001), parent-child stress (F=131/2, p<0/001) .
Coclusions  : Given the results of the present study as well as previous studies , it could be concluded that having preterm and difficult deliveries hase a negative effect on mother-child relationship and the experince of psychical labbor effect mother,s cognition.
Keywords: Maternal Tenasion, Easy, Preterm and Difficult labbor
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/03/15 | Accepted: 2017/06/8 | Published: 2017/12/9
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bayrami M, zarei A, mahmud alilu M, zeinali S. Comparsion of Maternal Tension in Easy, Difficult , and Preterm labbors. JPEN. 2017; 4 (2) :51-56
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