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1. Achilles, Rona (1993). Assisted Reproduction: The Social Issues. Changing Patterns Sandra Hurt (ed.). McClelland & Stewart Inc.

2. Burning Times. National Film Board of Canada.

3. Daly, Mary. (1973). Beyond God the Father. Beacon Press, Boston.

4. Fawcett, J., N. Pollio & A. Tully. (1992). Perceptions of Cesarean and Vaginal Delivery: Another Look. Research in Nursing & Health 15(6): 439-446.

5. Feldman, Perle. January, 1992. Sexuality, birth control and childbirth in Orthodox Jewish Tradition. Canadian Medical Association Journal 146(1); 29-33.

6. Freedman, L. Z. (1950). The Question of 'painless childbirth' in primitive cultures. Orthopsychiatry 20:327-363.

7. Fridh, G., T. Kopare, F. Gaston-Johansson & K T. Norvell. April 1988. Factors Associated with More Intense Labor Pain. Research in Nursing & Health 11(2): 117-124.

8. Gelfland, D. M., S. Gelfland & M. W. Rardin. Some personality factors associated with placebo. Psychological Reports 17: 555-562.

9. Ivey, Kay. Feb. 28, 1995. Telephone conversation. Fort Worth, Texas.

10. Koehler, Nan (ed.) (1985). Artemis Speaks: VBAC Stories and Natural Childbirth Information. Jerald R. Brown Inc., California.

11. Baker, Jeannine Parvati. Special Books for Parenting.

12. Brooks, Tbnya. The Psychological Issues of Childbirth.

13. Cohen, Nancy Wainer. Birth, A Commentary.

14. Colman, L. & A. Colman. Pregnancy as an Altered State of Consciousness.

15. Koehler, Nan. Home Birth.

16. Shattuck, Nan. Physiology of Labor Relaxation.

17. Shearer, Elizabeth Connor. Education for Vaginal Birth After Cesarean.

18. Shearer, E. L. Preventing Unnecessary Caesareans.

19. Solomon, Linda. Ina May Gaskin, Spiritual Midwife.

20. Tarr, Katherine. When Labor Starts.

21. Leventhal, E. A., H. Leventhal, S. Shacham & D. V. Easterling. (1989). Active coping reduces pain from childbirth. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 57(3): 365-371.

22. Lowe, Nancy. August 1989. Explaining the pain of active labor: The importance of maternal confidence. Research in Nursing & Health 12(4): 237-245.

23. MacKinnon, Catherine. (1989). Rape or Coercion and Consent. Toward a Feminist Theory of the State. Harvard University Press.

24. Mehl, Lewis. (1981). Influence of Belief. The Five Standards for Safe Childbearing. David Stewart (ed.) Napsac Reproductions MO.

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36. Beecher, Henry K. Quantification of the subjective pain experience.

37. Johnson, Jean E. Effects of accurate expectations about sensations on the sensory and distress components of pain.

38. Melzack, R. & P. Wall. Psychophysiology of pain.

39. Merskey, H. Psychological aspects of pain.

40. Murray, John B. Psychology of the pain experience.

41. Ryan, E. D. & C. R. Kovacic Pain tolerance and athletic participation.

42. Winsberg, B. & M. Greenlick. Pain response in Negro and white obstetrical patients.

43. Wolff, B. B. & S. Langley. Cultural factors and the response to pain.

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Hilary Monk, B.A., B.Ed., C.C.E.

Hilary Monk, B.A., B.Ed., C.C.E., CPM (pending) is a childbirth educator and formerly a midwife in Toronto, Canada. She is the mother of four children, three of them non-medicated home births.

JOURNAL OF PRENATAL AND PERINATAL PSYCHOLOGY AND HEALTH publishes research and clinical articles from the cutting edge of the science of prenatal and perinatal psychology and health. The journal, published quarterly since 1986, is dedicated to the in-depth exploration human reproduction and pregnancy and the mental and emotional development of the unborn and newborn child.

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