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Psycho/Social Aspects of NFP

 

Benedeck, T., & Rubenstein, B.B.  (1942).  The sexual cycle in women:  The relation between ovarian function and psychosomatic process.   Psychosomatic Medical Monographs, 3, 1-307.

Blum, M., Gilcrovitch, M., Benaim, J., & Appelbaum, T.  (1990).  The correlation between Chlamydia antigen, antibody, vaginal colonization and contraceptive method in young unmarried women.  Advances in Contraception, 6, 41-45.

Bolton, G.C.  (1981).  Adolescent contraception.  Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, 24(3), 977-986.

Borkman, T.  (1979).  A social science perspective of research issues for natural family planning.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 3(4), 331-335.

Borkman, T., & Shivanandan, M.  (1984).  The impact of natural family planning on selected aspects of the couple relationship.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 8(1), 58-66.

Bourdillon, C.  (1982).  Natural family planning.  Central African Journal of Medicine, 28(11), 284-287.

Boys, G.A.  (1988).  Factors affecting client satisfaction on the instruction and usage of natural methods.  International Journal of Fertility, 33 [supplement], 59-64.

Brennan, J.W.  (1983).  A study of marital interactional roles:  Method effectiveness and satisfaction levels of couples who are using the Billings ovulation method of natural family planning in southern and western Puerto Rico.  Dissertation Abstracts International, 44(1-A), 284-285.

Bruce, J.  (1987).  Users' perspectives on contraceptive technology in delivery systems:  Highlighting some feminist issues.  Technology in Society, 9, 359-383.

Caldwell, J.C., & Caldwell, P.  (1977).  The role of marital sexual abstinence in determining fertility:  A case study of the Yoruba in Nigeria.  Population Studies, 31(2), 193-217.

Conner, G.L., & Veder, N.W.  (1984).  Natural family planning in Mauritius, Indian Ocean:  Utilization patterns and continuance predictors.  Journal of Social Service Research, 8(1), 29-48.

Conway, R.  (1981).  Psychological aspects of NFP.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 5(2), 111-124.

Coombs, L., & Fernandez, D.  (1978).  Husband-wife agreement about reproductive goals.  Demography, 15, 57-73.

Curry, M.T.  (1979/February).  Counseling clients in natural methods of family planning.  Maryland Nurse, 26-29.

Daly, K.J., & Herold, E.S.  (1983).  Natural family planning:  A comparison of continuers and discontinuers.  Population and Environment, 6(4), 231-340.

Daly, K.J., & Herold, E.S.  (1985).  Who uses natural family planning?  Canadian Journal of Public Health, 76(3), 207-208.

Daly, K.D., Prebil, A., & Hilgers, T.  (1980/October).  NFP programs provide consumer choice, benefit hospital.  Hospital Progress, 10, 56-58, 66.

Ellison, G.  (1984).  Natural family planning as reflected in contemporary rabbinic response.  Jewish Social Studies, 46(1), 51.

Fehring, R.,  (1994).  Reflections on the spirituality of natural family planning. Chicago Studies, 33(2), 179-187. Fehring, R., Lawrence, D., (1994).  Spiritual well-bing, self -esteem and intimacy among couples usuing natural family planning.  The Linacre Quarterly, 61(3), 18-29.

Fehring, R., Lawrence, D., & Sauvage, C.  (1989).  A comparison of self-esteem, spiritual well-being and intimacy in couples using natural family planning with couples using oral contraceptives.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 13(3&4), 227-236.

Ferrero, G., & La Pietra, O.  (1971).  Libido fluctuations during the menstrual cycle.  Panminerva Medica, 13, 407-409.

Freundl, G., Frank, P., Baur, S., & Doring, G.  (1988).  Demographic study on the family planning behavior of the German population:  The importance of natural methods.  International Journal of Fertility, 33 [supplement], 54-58.

Gibbons, W., Kearns, F., Mascarenhas, M.M., & Lobo, A.  (1987).  A prospective multicenter trial of the ovulation method of natural family planning V:  Psychosexual aspects.  Fertility and Sterility, 47, 765-772.

Gomes, I., & Congdon, D.  (1988).  The natural family planning programme in Bangladesh.  International Journal of Fertility, 33 [supplement], 52-53.

Hart, R.D.  (1960/April).  Monthly rhythm of libido in married women.  British Medical Journal, 1, 1023-1024.

Hilgers, T.W.  (1977).  The pregnant adolescent:  A challenge to the community.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 1(4), 343-358.

Hollerbach, P.E.  (1980).  Power in families, communication and fertility decision-making.  Population and Environment, 3(2), 146-173.

Hull, T.H., & Hull, V.J.  (1977).  The relation of economic class and fertility:  An analysis of some Indonesian data.  Population Studies, 31(1), 43-57.

Jarrett, M.E., & Lethbridge, D.J.  (1990).  The contraceptive needs of midlife women.  Nurse Practitioner, 15(12), 34-39.

Johnson, J.H., & Reich, J.  (1986).  The new politics of natural family planning.  Family Planning Perspectives, 18, 277-278, 281-282.

Jonas, R.A.  (1983).  Birth control in a culture of changing sex roles:  The NFP experience.  Dissertation Abstracts International, 44(5-B), 1579.

Klaus, H.  (1980).  Why natural family planning is different.  Marriage and Family Living, 62(4), 14-15.

Klaus, H., & Fagan, M.U.  (1982).  Natural family planning:  An analysis of change in procreative intention.  Journal of the American Medical Women's Association, 37(9), 231-241.

Klaus, H.  (1983).  The role of the clinician in natural family planning.  Journal of American College Health, 32(3), 114-120.

Klaus, H., Bryan, M.L., Fagan, M.U., Harrigan, M.B., & Kearns, F.  (1987).  Initiation-continuation of sexual activity during fertility awareness education:  Report of multisite pilot project.  Journal of Adolescent Health Care, 8, 312.

Klaus, H., Bryan, M.L., Bryant, M.L., Fagan, M.U., Harrigan, M.B., & Kearns, F.  (1987).  Fertility awareness/natural family planning for adolescents and their families:  Report of multisite pilot project. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine & Health, 3, 101-119.

Klaus, H., Labbok, M., & Barker, D.  (1988).  Characteristics of ovulation method acceptors.  Studies in Family Planning, 19, 299-304.

Laing, J.E.  (1984).  Natural family planning in the Philippines.  Studies in Family Planning, 15(2), 49-61.

Laing, J.E.  (1987).  Periodic abstinence in the Philippines:  New findings from a national survey.  Survey in Family Planning, 18(1), 32-41.

Maloof, G.E.  (1978/November).  Periodic abstinence:  Definition, motivation and research.  Linacre Quarterly, 407-419.

Maloof, G.E.  (1978).  Psychophysiological aspects of fertility.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 2(2), 161 ff.

Marshall, J., & Rowe, B.  (1970).  Psychological aspects of the basal body temperature of regulating births.  Fertility and Sterility, 21(1), 14-19.

Marshall, J., & Rowe, B.  (1972).  The effect of personal factors on the use of the basal body temperature method of regulating births.  Fertility and Sterility, 23(6), 417-421.

Martin, M.C., & Walker, W.R.  (1983/February).  Survey discloses NFP practices, preferences in U.S. Catholic hospitals.  Hospital Progress, 52-58.

McCusker, M.P.  (1977).  Natural family planning and the marital relationship.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 1(4), 331-340.

McHugh, J.T.  (1983/August).  NFP services in Catholic hospitals.  Linacre Quarterly, 246-250.

Mernissa, F.  (1975).  Obstacles to family planning in urban Morocco.  Studies in Family Planning, 6(12), 418-425.

Navarretta, V.  (1989).  Sexual behavior and natural family planning teaching experience.  International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1 [supplement], 157-160.

Orubuloye, I.O.  (1979).  Sexual abstinence patterns in rural western Nigeria:  Evidence from a survey of Yoruba women.  Social Science and Medicine, 13A(6), 667-672.

Pattee, J.J.  (1982).  The client's right of privacy and the NFP teacher.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 6(4), 360-366.

Perera, H.W., Steiner, M., Kennedy, K.I., & Snowdon, R.  (1989).  Perspectives of physicians in Sri Lanka on periodic abstinence.  Ceylon Medical Journal, 34, 87-94.

Sandberg, E.C., & Jacobs, R.  (1971).  Psychology of the misuse and rejection of contraception.  American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 110(2), 227-239.

Shevanandan, M.  (1988).  New light on an old story.  Marriage & Family Living, 70(7), 115.

Snowden, R., Kennedy, K.I., Leon, F., Orense, V.C., Perera, H.W., Phillips, R., Askew, I., Flynn, A., & Severy, L.F.  (1988/July-August).  Physicians views of periodic abstinence methods:  A study in four countries.  Studies in Family Planning, 215-226.

Spieler, J., & Shuler, A.  (1985).  Natural family planning in 1985:  A status report.  Population Today, 13(5), 3.

Spieler, J., & Thomas, S.  (1989).  Demographic aspects of natural family planning.  International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1 [supplement], 133-144.

Tolor, A., Rice, F.J., & Lanctot, C.A.  (1975).  Personality patterns of couples practicing the temperature-rhythm method of birth control.  The Journal of Sex Research, 11(2), 119-133.

Tortorici, J.  (1979).  Conception regulation, self-esteem, and marital satisfaction among Catholic couples.  Michigan State study.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 3(3), 191-205.

Twerske, A.  (1979).  Psychosocial aspects of NFP.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 3(4), 322-330.

Verzosa, C.C., Llamas, N., & Mahohey, R.T.  (1984).  Attitudes toward the rhythm method in the Philippines.  Studies in Family Planning, 15(2), 74-78.

vonFragstein, M., Flynn, A., & Royston, P.  (1988).  Analysis of a representative sample of natural family planning users in England and Wales, 1984-1985.  International Journal of Fertility, 33 [supplement], 70-77.

Wood, C., Leeton, J., Downing, B., Mathews, J., & Williams, L.  (1970).  Emotional attitudes to contraceptive methods.  Contraception, 1, 113-125.

World Health Organization.  (1981).  A prospective multicenter trial of the ovulation method of natural family planning I.  The teaching phase. Fertility and Sterility, 36(2), 152-158.



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