Pre- and Peri-natal Psychology Journal

Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health is a journal covering the field of prenatal and perinatal psychology and health. Since it was founded in 1986, it is printed quarterly by the Association for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Health.Subjects for Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health include: Psychology and Psychiatry; Medicine and Surgery.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 3, Spring

Editorial
APPPAH President, David Chamberlain's letter (which is reproduced in this issue), in response to the Newsweek Special Edition: Your Child, clearly illustrates that after more than ten years of publication this Journal's message still reaches a limited...
Effects of the Firstart Method of Prenatal Stimulation on Psychomotor Development: The First Six Months
ABSTRACT: This paper explores the effectiveness of the Firstart prenatal stimulation method applied to a sample of maternity patients at University Hospital "La Fe" in Valencia, with 71 women in the control group and 101 in the experimental group. Both...
Love Letters before Birth and Beyond
Love Letters Before Birth and Beyond by Mary Knight, Traverse City, MI: Single Eye Publishing, 1997. $14.95. ISBN 0-9654970-0-3 (Phone orders: 1-888-929-9150).Mary Knight kept a diary of 38 love letters she wrote to her baby during pregnancy and the...
Natalism in Fairy Tales
ABSTRACT: Evidence of birth and prenatal memories has been postulated as revealing itself in myth, fairy tales, and works of art. This paper presents natalistic symbology as previously proposed by Otto Rank (1929), Nandor Fodor (1949), T. W. Dowling...
SHARING SPACE: Why I Wrote Love Letters before Birth and Beyond
After originally writing Love Letters Before Birth and Beyond seventeen years ago, I tried to find a publisher for the collection. Although I received compliments on the writing, no one seemed to believe there was a market for them. Two years later,...
Social Regression and the Global Prevalence of Abortion
ABSTRACTS: This paper advances the thesis that the high but little commented on global prevalence of abortion which amounts to 25% of the unborn being aborted world-wide, is mobilizing an almost universally denied and repressed dread of being aborted...
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