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JCR. 2020; 7(12): 2211-2222


PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR IN INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS

Nasima N. Biktina, Alexander I. Vishnyakov, Oksana S. Karymova, Elena V. Logutova.

Abstract
Objective: to study the features of reproductive attitudes of men and women in relation to reproductive behavior. Methods: questionnaires of systematic and multivariate studies of personality; diagnostics of interpersonal relationships; semantic differential; reproductive attitudes; interviews; semantic psychogeometric test “Colored shapes”. Results and conclusions. The main motives of reproductive behavior: desire to have a child, love for children, a sense of motherhood, willingness to become a mother. Fathers – procreation. Career and professional activities are compatible with the birth and upbringing of a child. A man has the purpose of material family support.

Key words: reproductive system; reproductive behavior, psychological support, parenthood, mental health, family characteristics, partnerships, reproductive health



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