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David Chamberlain, PhD, is a California psychologist, scholar, author, and international lecturer with over 60 publications and 27 years of leadership in the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH). In a landmark study of mother and child pairs in 1980, he demonstrated that birth memories were reliable and not fantasies. In 2003, Mothering magazine celebrated David as a "Living Treasure." He was a founding faculty member of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute; in 2006 the institute conferred upon him an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. In 2007, he was honored at the Gentle Birth World Conference with the Mother Goose Award for his work with mothers and babies. The author lives in Nevada City, CA.
"Parents, doctors, and midwives should be heeding these reports of birth. This book gives an understanding of babies that is essential for adults. --Arthur Hastings, former president of the California Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, Calif. "Splendid, delightfully written, and thorough." --Asley Montagu, anthropologist and author of Touching: The Human Significance of the Skin Praise for David Chamberlain's previous book The Mind of Your Newborn Baby "An impressive book which challenges the assumptions we make about babies and impels the reader to look at the newborn child with fresh eyes." --Sheila Kitzinger, author of The Complete Book of Pregnancy and Childbirth "Alongside of Spock and Brazelton on your parenting bookshelf, make room for a book that sets out to prove babies ... should be recognized for the bright, information-gathering beings they are." --San Francisco Peninsula Parent "If babies ever stage a protest march, David Chamberlain will be on the front lines." --Sarah Patee, San Diego Tribune "Put a ribbon around this book for every pregnant woman you know...."--Audrey DeLaMartre, Minneapolis Star Tribune