Major Papers

1.  Reliability of birth memories: Evidence from mother and child pairs in hypnosis (1980).  Paper presented to the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Minneapolis (Nov). First published as an Invited Paper in Journal of the American Academy of Medical Hypnoanalysts, 1(2), 89-98, 1986. Also in Selected Works of David Chamberlain: Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1 and 2) 19-29, 1999. (14 pp.)  $5.00
2.  Birth recall in hypnosis: Experimental and   clinical evidence (1981). Paper presented to the Association of Birth Psychology, 2nd Annual Meeting New York City (March 8, 1981). Birth Psychology Bulletin, 2   (Summer), 14-18, 1981. (11 pp.)  $5.00
3.  Consciousness at birth: A Review of the empirical evidence  (1983/2002). Monograph, 200 citations,   Chamberlain Communications, 10745 Red Dog Road, Nevada City, CA 95959. Back in print. (69 pp.)  $15.00
4.  Consciousness at birth: The range of empirical evidence (1983).  Paper presented to the First International Congress on Pre & Perinatal   Psychology, Toronto, Canada (July).  In Thomas Verny (Ed.) (1987), Pre and perinatal psychology: An introduction (pp. 69-90).  New York: Human Sciences Press. (21 pp.)  $5.00
5.  The mind of the newborn: Increasing evidence of competence (1986). Paper presented to the 8th Congress of the International Society of Prenatal Psychology, Badgastein, Austria (Sept. 1986). In Peter Fedor-Freybergh & M. L. Vanessa Vogel (Eds.) (1988), Prenatal and perinatal psychology and medicine: Encounter with   the unborn (pp. 4-22). Lancaster, England:   Parthenon; German edition, Munich: Saphir-Verlag (1987). (79 citations, 15   pp.)  $5.00
6.  The cognitive newborn: A scientific update   (1987). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 4(1), 30-71; (Autumn). (250 citations, 41 pp.)  $10.00
7. The significance of birth memories (1988). Paper presented to the 3rd International Congress on Pre- & Perinatal Psychology, San Francisco (July 1987). Pre   and Perinatal Psychology Journal, 2(4) 136-154,   Summer 1988. Also in Selected Works: Journal of   Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1   and 2), 65-83, 1999. (18 pp.)  $5.00
8. Babies remember their births (Nov/Dec 1988). New Age Journal, pp. 55 and following. Also in Selected Works: Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1 and 2), 5-18. (8 pp.)  $5.00
9.  Babies remember pain (1989). Pre and Perinatal Psychology Journal, 3(4),   297-310. Rev. May 2000  $5.00
10.  Foundations of sex, love, and relationships: From conception to birth (1989). Paper presented to Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Western Region, Marina Del Rey, CA (March). International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Studies, 1(3), 257-274 (Sept). Also in Selected Works: Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1 and 2), 45-64, 1999. (17 pp. 68 citations)  $5.00
11. The expanding boundaries of memory (1989/90).  Paper presented to the Fourth International Congress on Pre- & Perinatal Psychology, Amherst, Mass. (August, 1989); Pre- & Perinatal   Psychology Journal, 4(3), 171-189 Spring, 1990; Re-Vision, 12(4), 11-20, (Spring,   1990); New title, The Outer Limits of Memory, in Noetic   Sciences Review, No. 16, Autumn,  4-13, 1990. (9 pp., 70 citations)  $5.00
12. The psychology of the fetus (1995). Chapter in S. Lebovici, R. Diatkine, & M. Soule (Eds.), Traite de psychiatrie de lenfant et de ladolescent (2nd ed., 4 vols), Vol. 1 (pp. 263-279). Paris: Presses   Universitaires de France. (English version, 19 pp., 120 citations)  $5.00
13. Babies dont feel pain: A century of denial in medicine (1991/1998). Paper presented to 2ndInternational Symposium on Circumcision, San Francisco, May 1991. In Robbie Davis-Floyd   & James Dumit (Eds.) (1998), Cyborg babies:   From techno-sex to techno tots. (pp. 168-189). New   York and London: Routledge. Also in Selected Works:  Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1 and 2), 145-168, 1999. (21 pages, 117 citations)  $5.00
14.  Is there intelligence before birth? [Utilizing new definitions of intelligence by Gardner and by Sternberg] (1991/1992).  Paper presented to the   Fifth International Congress on Pre- and Perinatal Psychology, Atlanta   (July). Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal, 6(3), 217-237, Spring, 1992. (20 pp., 110 citations)  $5.00
15. Babies are not what we thought: Call for a new paradigm (1992). Paper presented to World Congress of   ISPPM, Cracow, Poland (May). Int. J. of Prenatal and   Perinatal Studies, 4 (3/4), (Autumn), 161-177. In   Selected Works: Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal   Psychology and Health, 14(1 and 2), 127-144, 1999. Reprinted in   Russian, Journal of Practice Psychologists, 2002 (1), 98-119. (16 pp., 166 citations)  $5.00
16. Intelligence Before Birth: Ethical Implications for Birth Professionals. Previously unpublished.  $5.00
17.  The sentient prenate: What every parent should know (1994). Pre- & Perinatal Psychology   Journal, 9(1) (Fall), 9-31. (23 pp., 63 citations)  $5.00
18.  How pre- and perinatal psychology can transform the world (1994). Pre- & Perinatal   Psychology Journal 8(3), 187-199 (Spring). Also   printed in Int. J. Prenatal and Perinatal   Psychology and Medicine 5(4) (1993), 413-424. Also   reprinted in Italian in ANPEP News, Jan. 2003. (12 pp., 63 citations)  $5.00
19. Prenatal body language: A new perspective on ourselves (1999). Journal of   Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1   and 2), 169-185. Reprinted in International   Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine, 12(4), Dec. 2000, 541-555  $5.00
20.  Babies are conscious (1996/2003). Paper in Jane English (Ed.), Cesarean voices. In Althea Hayton (Ed.) (2007),  Untwinned: Perspectives on the death of a twin before birth (chapter 12, 122-137)  $5.00
21. Obstetrics and the prenatal psyche (1999). Chamberlain & Suzanne Arms.   J. of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 14(1 and 2), 97-118. (21 pp. 123 citations)  $5.00
22. What babies are teaching us about violence (1995). Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal 10(2), 57-74. (17 pp., 73 citations)  $5.00
23. Life in the womb: Dangers and opportunities (1996). Paper presented to the International   Congress Apprendizaje y Comunicacion Pre- and Postnatal, Valencia, Spain. Also in Selected Works: Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal   Psychology and Health, 14(1 and 2), 31-43, 1999.   (12 pp., 39 citations)  $5.00
24. Transpersonal adventures in prenatal and perinatal hypnotherapy (1998/2000). In: Eric Lescowitz (Ed.), Transpersonal Hypnosis (pp.   121-130). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press (2000). Also in Selected Works of David Chamberlain: Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal   Psychology and Health, 14(1 and 2), 85-95, 1999.   (10 pp.)  $5.00
25. Early and very early parenting: New territories (1997). Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health 12(2), 51-59.   Also published in Italian in Il Giornale Italiano di Psicologia E Di Educazione Prenatal, 2(2),   31-38, January, 2002. (9 pp.)  $5.00
26. The prenatal psyche: Evidence for a new perspective (1998/2005). Paper first presented to the 3rd Int. Congress of OMAEP in Rome, March 1998. Later published in Italian and Russian. Also published   as a Guest Editorial in the International J. of  Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine, 17(1 and 2), 17-22 (2005). (6 pp.)  $5.00
27. Prenatal receptivity and intelligence (1998). Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 12(3 and 4) (Spring and Summer), 95-117. (22 pp., 104 citations)  $5.00
28. Communicating with the mind of a prenate: Guidelines for parents and birth professionals (2003). Presented   to 2nd International Congress on Home Delivery and Childbirth, Manresa, Spain, Oct.   17, 2003. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 18(2), Winter, 95-108. (13   pages, 26 recommended readings)  $5.00
29. The   delusional psychologies of circumcision and civilization (2009). Address to 9th Int. Symposium on Circumcision, Genital Integrity, and Human Rights, Seattle, WA (August 2006). In: Denniston, G., Hodges, F., &   Milos, M. (Eds.), Circumcision and human rights. Philadelphia: Springer. (14 pp.)  $5.00