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Birth Psychology - An area of developmental psychology which concerns itself with pre-natal, the birth and early infant mental health considerations.
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  Association for Birth Psychology - the first organization of its kind, was founded in 1978 to establish birth psychology as a viable specialty and to allow many diverse professionals to advance theoretical development, empirical research and clinical application, by obtaining a broad spectrum of inquiry into this dynamic area of study.. 3/5
Association for Pre & Perinatal Psychology and Health - APPPAH was founded in 1983  as a forum for individuals from diverse backgrounds and disciplines interested in psychological dimensions of prenatal and perinatal experiences. Typically, this includes childbirth educators, birth assistants, doulas, midwives, obstetricians, nurses, social workers, perinatologists, pediatricians, psychologists, counselors, researchers, and teachers at all levels. One does not have to be a professional, however: all who share these interests are welcome to join. 4/5  Student
Birth Order Research - I think a good approach to birth order is to consider how sibling relationships are depicted in myths and fairytales or in the Bible (especially in the Old Testament). There are many stereotypes concerning the different positions in a family (e.g. last-born as "nestling"). Recall your own experiences. Perhaps you come upon an autobiographic account of a famous first, last, middle or only child.  4/5
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Embryo Development - An excellent web site provides a multimedia presentation of embryonic development.  From the University of Pennsylvania :This Overview  follows development from fertilization through birth. 4/5  Student
Infantile "Amnesia" is Dead! - By David B. Chamberlain, Ph.D. An Article. 3/5
International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine - The Journal, which is the official journal of the ISPPM (Editor-in-Chief Peter G. Fedor-Freybergh; Associated Editor Ludwig Janus) was founded by Peter G. Fedor-Freybergh in 1989 and appears in English and German four times a year (March, June, September, December) with over 500 pages.  3/5
Mosaicism in DS - Nondisjuction Before and After Conception Only the chromosomes 21 have been shown in this diagram.However, the cells contain either 46 or 47 chromosomes (with two 21's, shown as open circles) or 47 chromosomes (three 21's, shown as filled circles).  3/5
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The Psychological Birth of the Human Infant: Symbiosis and Individuation (Paperback) by Margaret S. Mahler (Author), Fred Pine (Author), Anni Bergman (Author) "THE biological birth of the human infant and the psychological birth of the individual are not coincident in time ..." The Birth of the Mind: How a Tiny Number of Genes Creates the Complexities of Human Thought (Paperback) by Gary Marcus (Author) "FRANCIS CRICK, codiscoverer of the structure of DNA, recently ar in his book The Astonishing Hypothesis that the activity in our minds has its basis..." Birth Order Blues: How Parents Can Help Their Children Meet the Challenges of Birth Order (Birth Order Blues) (Paperback) by Meri Wallace (Author)
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