Chamberlain, D.B., Consciousness at birth. The range of empirical evidence. Paper presented at the First International Congress on Pre & Perinatal Psychology, 1983, July.
Cheek, D.B., Unconscious perception of meaningful sounds during surgical anesthesia as revealed under hypnosis. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1, 101-103, 1959.
Cheek, D.B. Physiological impact of fear in dreams: Postoperative hemorrhage. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 5, 206-208, 1963.
Cheek, D.B. Some newer understandings of dreams in relation to threatened abortion and premature labor. Pacific Medicine and Surgery, 73, 379-384, 1965.
Cheek, D.B. Therapy for persistent pain states. American Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy, 8, 281-286, 1966.
Cheek, D.B. Significance of dreams initiating premature labor. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 12, 5-15, 1969.
Cheek, D.B. Sequential head and shoulder movements appearing with age regression in hypnosis to birth. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 16, 261-266, 1974.
Cheek, D.B. Maladjustment patterns apparently related to imprinting at birth. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 18, 75-82, 1975.
Cheek, D.B. Ideomotor questioning revealing an apparently valid traumatic experience prior to birth. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 8, 65-70,1980.
Cheek, D.B. Awareness of meaningful sounds under general anesthesia: Considerations and a review of the literature 1959-1979. Chapter in Theoretical and Clinical Aspects of Hypnosis. H. Wain, Editor, Miami, Florida, Symposia Specialists, 1981.
Cheek, D.B. Possibilities of ideomotor questioning methods in trustworthy memory enhancement with witnesses to crime. Paper presented at Scientific Meetings of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, San Francisco, 1984.
Cheek, D.B. & LeCron, L.M. Clinical Hypnotherapy. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1968.
David B. Cheek, M.D.
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