Perceived Humanization by Intimate Partners during Pregnancy Is Associated with fewer Depressive Symptoms, Less Body Dissatisfaction, and Greater Sexual Satisfaction through Reduced Self-Objectification

Rebecca L. Brock, Erin L. Ramsdell, Gemma Sáez, Sarah J. Gervais

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