Academic journal article Pre- and Peri-natal Psychology Journal

Editorial

Academic journal article Pre- and Peri-natal Psychology Journal

Editorial

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Some of you may remember Charles Laughlin as one of the contributors to the special Pre-Congress (San Diego) issue of the PPPANA Journal in 1985. In spite of a very busy teaching schedule and taking a year off to further his studies on Tibetan Buddhism he has succeeded in assembling a vast amount of information on a new field which he calls: Pre- and Peri-natal Anthropology. It is obvious from this review that anthropology has data that those of us interested in Pre- and Perinatal Psychology should know about. The obverse is equally true. Consequently, Prof. Laughlin and I will try to address an up-coming meeting of Anthropologists on this subject. Also, Prof. Laughlin has accepted the challenge of editing a special issue of our Journal focused on Pre- and Peri-natal Anthropology sometime next year.

David Chamberlain is well known to the readers of this Journal. His new book Babies Remember Birth published in 1988 by J.P. Tarcher has received many positive reviews and a lot of good publicity. David's article is a welcome addition to the growing literature on pain perception both pre- and peri-natally.

From the University of Bologna in Italy, we have an excellent research paper on fetal movement as observed by ultrasound. …

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