Transpersonal Adventures in Prenatal and Perinatal Hypnotherapy

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Publication Date: 
10/1999
Page Count: 
11
Starting Page: 
85
Price: $10.00
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2. Cheek, D. B. 1974, Sequential head and shoulder movements appearing with age regression in hypnosis to birth. American J. Clinical Hypnosis 16 (4), 261-266.

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6. Chamberlain, D. B. 1987, The cognitive newborn: A scientific update. British J. of Psychotherapy 4(1), 30-71. see also Chamberlain, 1992, Babies are not what we thought: Call for a new paradigm. International J. Prenatal and Perinatal Studies, 4(3 and 4), 161-177.

7. Chamberlain, D. B. 1998, Babies remember birth is now available in a revised and updated 3rd.edition, The mind of your newborn baby. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.

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10. Cheek, D. B. 1986, Prenatal and perinatal imprints: Apparent prenatal consciousness as revealed by hypnosis. Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal 1(2), 97-110. see also Cheek D. B. 1992, Are telepathy, clairvoyance and "hearing" possible in utero? Suggestive evidence as revealed during hypnotic age-regression studies of prenatal memory. Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal, 7(2), 125-137.

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13. Rovee-Collier, C. 1996, Shifting the focus from what to why. Infant Behavior and Development 19, 385-400.