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Journal of Family and Reproductive Health
Objective: This study aimed to determine prevalence and predisposing factors of personality disorders among infertile in comparison to fertile women. Materials and Methods: By a descriptive-analytic study in Vali-e-asr Reproductive Health Research Center, 300 women entered the research. Eysenck personality (EPQ) and structured researcher questionnaires were applied for all patients. Demographic characteristics and predisposing personality factors were recorded and personality symptoms werefatcat:szshj6zol5faxomhh7ca6j3wly