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In many societies the average age for giving birth is rising. One factor which could contribute to the timing of childbirth -which has not been explored to a sufficient degree with qualitative research -is lay understanding of fertility and the possibilities offered by reproductive technology. Twelve focus groups were used to examine the reasoning of female university students in Hungary about agerelated fertility decline, how they thought reproductive technologies could help, and how they drewdoi:10.14267/cjssp.2018.2.03 fatcat:is52mlnf3nfybhs5kbyqq74ib4