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Publication Date: 
December, 2015
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11
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92
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Two phases of research into birth memory are presented here: 1) interviews with 2½ - 3½-year-old children regarding their prenatal life and experience of birth, and 2) the results of dissertation research using body language to identify echoes in the body of prenatal and birth experiences.

Abstract: 

Two phases of research into birth memory are presented here: 1) interviews with 2½ - 3½-year-old children re-garding their prenatal life and experience of birth, and 2) the results of dissertation research using body lan-guage to identify echoes in the body of prenatal and birth experiences.

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