Woman and mental health: selected annotated references, 1970-1973
Division of Scientific and Technical Information, National Institute of Mental Health, 1974 - Gynecology - 247 pages
810 references selected primarily from English-language journals. Provides "information on the social, economic, and psychological pressures on women and to show the diversity of, or lackof, expert opinion on female psychological and sociocultural processes. "Broad topical arrangement, e. g., Contraception, Motherhood, and Pregnancy. Author index.
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