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psychiatry.jwatch.org — “During pregnancy, women develop increasing sensitivity and responsiveness to infant distress. Depression during pregnancy reduces maternal responsiveness up to 12 months postpartum and may contribute to negative child outcomes. In a pilot study, researchers examined . . .” View full resource at psychiatry.jwatch.org
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