Transitional Stress Model

The basis of the transitional stress model is that reproductive transitions are periods of development that involve reorganization of biological and behavioral systems (Susman, 1997, 1998). This reorganization may increase emotional arousal and the onset of psychiatric disorders (Dorn & Chrousos, 1997). For example, in the case of depression, aroused physiological states may trigger increased moodiness, sudden mood changes, feelings of self-consciousness, or elevated intensity of moods, all of which, if interpreted negatively, could lead to adjustment problems. The following study by our research group uses the transitional stress model as its underlying theoretical framework.

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