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Chamberlain, D. (1980, Nov). Reliability of birth memory: Observations from mother and child pairs in hypnosis. Paper presented to the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Minneapolis, MN.
First published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1986). Reliability of birth memory: Observations from mother and child pairs in hypnosis. Journal of the American Academy of Medical Hypnoanalysts, 1(2), 89-98.
Reprinted as:
Chamberlain, D. (1999). Reliability of birth memory: Observations from other-child pairs in hypnosis Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1-2)19-29.
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Chamberlain, D. (1981, March). Birth recall in hypnosis: Experimental and clinical evidence. Paper presented at 2nd annual meeting of the Association of Birth Psychology, New York City, NY.
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1981). Birth recall in hypnosis. Birth Psychology Bulletin, 2, 14-18.
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Chamberlain, D. (1983, July). Consciousness at birth: The range of empirical evidence. Paper presented to the First International Congress on Pre & Perinatal Psychology, Toronto, Canada. 
First published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1983). Consciousness at birth: A review of the empirical evidence. Chamberlain Publications: San Diego, CA.
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. B. (1987). Consciousness at birth: The range of empirical evidence. In T. R. Verny (Ed.), Pre- and perinatal psychology: An introduction (pp. 69-90). New York: Human Sciences.
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Chamberlain, D. (1986, Sept). The mind of the newborn: Increasing evidence of competence. Paper presented to the 8th Congress of the International Society of Prenatal Psychology, Badgastein, Austria.
First published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1988). The mind of the newborn: Increasing evidence of competence. In Peter Fedor-Freybergh & M. L. Vanessa Vogel (Eds.), Prenatal and perinatal psychology and medicine: Encounter with the unborn: A comprehensive survey or research and practice. (pp. 4-22). Lancaster, England: Parthenon.
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Chamberlain, D. (1987). The cognitive newborn: A scientific update. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 4(1), 30-71.
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Chamberlain, D. (1988, July). The significance of birth memories. Paper presented to the 3rd International Congress on Pre- & Perinatal Psychology, San Francisco, CA.
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1988). The significance of birth memories. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health 2(4), 136-154.
Reprinted as:
Chamberlain, D. (1999). The significance of birth memories.  Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1/2), 65-83.
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Chamberlain, D. (1988). Babies remember birth.  Los Angeles: Jeremy P. Tarcher.
Revised and updated with new title as:
Chamberlain, D. (1998). The mind of your newborn baby. (3rd ed.) Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
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Chamberlain, D. (1988). Babies remember their births. New Age Journal.
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Chamberlain, D. (1999). Babies remember birth: A synopsis. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1/2), 5-18.
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Chamberlain, D. (1989). Babies remember pain. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 3(4), 297-310.
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Chamberlain, D. (1989, March). Foundations of sex, love, and relationships: From conception to birth. Paper presented to Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Western Region, Marina Del Rey, CA (March).
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1999). Foundations of sex, love, and relationships: From conception to birth. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1/2), 45-64.
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Chamberlain, D. (1989, Aug). The expanding boundaries of memory.  Paper presented to the Fourth International Congress on Pre- & Perinatal Psychology, Amherst, MA.
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Chamberlain, D. (1990). The expanding boundaries of memory. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 4(3), 171-189.
Also published with new title:
Chamberlain, D. (1990). The Outer Limits of Memory. Noetic Sciences Review, 16, 4-13. 
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Chamberlain, D. (1991, May). Babies don’t feel pain: A century of denial in medicine. Paper presented to 2nd International Symposium on Circumcision, San Francisco, CA.
First published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1998). Babies don’t feel pain: A century of denial in medicine. In R. Davis-Floyd  & J. Dumit (Eds.), Cyborg babies: From techno-sex to techno tots, (pp. 168-189). New   York and London: Routledge.
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1999). Babies don’t feel pain: A century of denial in medicine. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1/2), 145-168.
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Chamberlain, D. (1991, July). Is there intelligence before birth? Paper presented to the Fifth International Congress on Pre- and Perinatal Psychology, Atlanta, GA.
First published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1992). Is there intelligence before birth?  Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 6(3), 217-237.
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Chamberlain, D. (1992, May). Babies are not what we thought: Call for a new paradigm. Paper presented to World Congress of ISPPM, Cracow, Poland (May).
First published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1992). Babies are not what we thought: Call for a new paradigm. Int. J. of Prenatal and Perinatal Studies, 4(3/4), 161-177.
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1999). Babies are not what we thought: Call for a new paradigm. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1/2), 127-144.
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Chamberlain, D. (1994). The sentient prenate: What every parent should know. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 9(1), 9-31.
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Chamberlain, D. (1994). How pre- and perinatal psychology can transform the world. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 8(3), 187-199.
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1993). How pre- and perinatal psychology can transform the world. Also printed in Int. J. Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine 5(4), 413-424. 
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Chamberlain, D. (1995). What babies are teaching us about violence. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology Journal 10(2), 57-74.
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Chamberlain, D. (1995).  The psychology of the fetus. In S. Lebovici, R. Diatkine, & M. Soule (Eds.), Traite de psychiatrie de l’enfant et de l’adolescent (2nd ed., vol 1), (pp. 263-279). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.
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Chamberlain, D. (1996). Life in the womb: Dangers and opportunities. Paper presented to the International Congress Apprendizaje y Comunicacion Pre- and Postnatal, Valencia, Spain. 
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1999). Life in the womb: Dangers and opportunities. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1/2), 31-43.
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Chamberlain, D. (1997). Early and very early parenting: New territories. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health ,12(2), 51-59.  
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Chamberlain, D. (1998, March). The prenatal psyche: Evidence for a new perspective. Paper presented to the 3rd International Congress of OMAEP in Rome.
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Chamberlain, D. (2005). Guest editorial. International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine, 17(1/2), 17-22.
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Chamberlain, D. (1998). Prenatal receptivity and intelligence (1998). Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 12(3 and 4), 95-117.
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Chamberlain, D. (1999). Selected works of David B. Chamberlain, PhD. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health 14, (1/2):1 - 194.
Included works not cited above:
Chamberlain, D. & Arms, S. (1999). Obstetrics and the prenatal psyche. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1/2), 97-118
Chamberlain, D. (1999). Prenatal body language: A new perspective on ourselves. Journal of   Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1/2), 169-185.
Reprinted as:
Chamberlain, D. (2000). Prenatal body language: A new perspective on ourselves. International   Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine, 12(4), 541-555.
Chamberlain, D. (1999). Transpersonal adventures in prenatal and perinatal hypnotherapy. In E. Lescowitz (Ed.), Transpersonal Hypnosis (pp.121-130). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (1999). Transpersonal adventures in prenatal and perinatal hypnotherapy. In E. Lescowitz (Ed.), Transpersonal Hypnosis (pp.121-130). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press
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Chamberlain, D. (2003, Oct).  Communicating with the mind of a prenate: Guidelines for parents and birth professionals. Paper presented to 2nd International Congress on Home Delivery and Childbirth, Manresa, Spain.
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. (2003). Communicating with the mind of a prenate: Guidelines for parents and birth professionals. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 18(2), 95-108.
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Chamberlain, D. (2007). Babies are conscious. In A. Hayton (Ed.), Untwinned: Perspectives on the death of a twin before birth (pp. 122-137)
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Chamberlain, D. (2009, Aug). The delusional psychologies of circumcision and civilization. Address to 9th International Symposium on Circumcision, Genital Integrity, and Human Rights, Seattle, WA
Also published as:
Chamberlain, D. The delusional psychologies of circumcision and civilization. In G. Denniston, F. Hodges, & M. Milos (Eds.), Circumcision and human rights (pp. 1-14). Philadelphia, PA: Springer.
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Chamberlain, D. (2013). Windows to the womb: Revealing the conscious baby from conception to birth. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
 

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06/2014
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