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Similar to outcomes in nursing research, they have shown conflicting findings regarding the effect of touch on anxiety as measured by skin conductance (Geis & Viksne, 1972; Patterson, 1978; Patterson, Jordan, Hogan, & Frerker, 1981), as well as blood pressure, heart rate, and self-report (Whitcher & Fisher, 1979). It seems likely that the meaning of touch changes with each different context, mediating the response to touch at any point in time. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH As can be seen from the great variety of approaches to touch research, the phenomenon is multifaceted in nature, with an overt association to both the person and the environment.
No significant differences were found between the two groups on compliance with the medical regimen. Downs and Fernbach (1973) reported an experimental study designed to assess the effect of a prenatal leaflet series on knowledge and subsequent behavior. A Solomon Four Group Design was used with a starting sample of 286 subjects drawn from the Maternity and Infant Care Family Planning Projects. No differences in information level were found, nor were knowledge and behavior related. With respect to success at breastfeeding, Hall (1978) described the outcomes of three educational approaches: regular care, a slide tape presentation, and a slide tape presentation plus nurse support.
Cooper, C. , & Bowles, D. (1973). Physical encounter and self-disclosure. Psychological Reports, 33,451-454. Copstead, L. C. (1980). Effects of touch on self-appraisal and interaction appraisal for permanently institutionalized older adults. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 6,747-752. Curry, M. A. (1982). Maternal attachment behavior and the mother's self-concept: The effect of early skin-to-skin contact. Nursing Research, 31, 73-78. , Isani, R. , & Kumler, F. R. (1969). Ward study: The meaning of touch in interpersonal communication.