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Multiparas, on the other hand, who feel they have more children than they want may not be able to overcome feelings of rejection. Acceptance for such women might better be termed resignation, which is achieved by rationalization, if at all. Pohlman (1968) suggested there is some stability in parental attitude regarding acceptance over the course of pregnancy. Doty (1967) provided a further explanation for primigravid and multigravid differences. Doty studied the relationship of maternal characteristics to acceptance of pregnancy by administering mailed questionnaires on attitude, anxiety, and personality to 200 subjects.