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  • AGGLETON, John P. - The Amygdala: Neurobiological Aspects of Emotion, Memory, and Mental Dysfunction. New York: John Wiley Sons, 1992;
     

  • ANAND, K. J. S. & HICKEY, P. R. - “Pain and Its Effects in the Human Neonate and Fetus.” The New England Journal of Medicine,317 (1987): 1322.
     

  • ANDERS T. F & ZEANAH, C. H. - “Early Infant Development From a Biological Point of View.” In J. D. Call, E. Galenson and R. L.Tyson, Eds., Frontiers of lnfant Psychiatry, Vol. II. New York: BasicBooks, 1984;
     

  • ANDRADE, Hernani Guimarães - “Reencarnação no Brasil”. Casa Editora O Clarim, Matão, 1988.
     

  • ANTHONY, E. & POLLACK, G. - Eds. Parental Influences in Health and Disease. Boston, Little, Brown, 1985, pp. 30-89.
     

  • ASSAGIOLI, R. - “Psicossíntese”. Ed. Cultrix/Pensamento, São Paulo, 1993.
     

  • BARCROFT, Joseph - Researches in Pre-Natal Life. Vol. 1. Springfield, Ill.: Charles Thomas, 1947, p. 209.
     

  • BARRETT, John H. W.- “Prenatal Influences on Adaptation in the Newborn.” In Peter Stratton, Ed. Psychobiology of the Human Newborn. New York: John Wiley S. Sons, 1982, p. 270; Psychology Today ,4 (1971): 49.
     

  • BARTELS, Heinz Bartels. Prenatal Respiration. New York: JohnWiley and Sons, 1970, p. 47.
     

  • BILLING, Lars et al -”The Influence of Environmental Factors on Behavioral Problems in 8 Year-Old Children Exposed to Amphetamine During Fetal Life.” Child Abuse & Neglect 18 (1994): 3-9.
     

  • BLAU, Abram et al - “The Psychogenic Etiology of Premature Births.” Psychosomatic Medicine 25 (1963): 201-11.
     

  • BLUM, Thomas.Ed. - “Prenatal Perception, Learning and Bonding.” Berlin, Leonardo Publishers, 1993.
     

  • BLUM, Thomas - “Early Proto-Developmental Enrichment Stimulations and Possible Changes in the Functional Morphology of the Brain.” In Thomas Blum and David Yew, Eds. Human Prenatal Brain Development. Berlin: Leonardo Publishers, 1993.
     

  • BOADELLA, Silvia and Boadella, David - “Energy & Character.” Heiden: Int. Institute for Biosynthesis. (Eds) (1970-) BOADELLA, David - “Lifestreams: An Introduction to Biosynthesis”. London: Routledge. (1987)
     

  • BOWMAN, Carol – “Crianças e Suas Vidas Passadas”. Tradução por Gilson Dimenstein Koatz. Rio de Janeiro: Salamandra, 1997.
     

  • BOYLAN, Peter & LEWIS, Peth J. - “Fetal Breathing in Labor.” Obstetrics and Gynecology 56 (1980): 35-8.
     

  • BOYLAN, Peter & LEWIS, Peter - “Fetal Breathing: A Review.” American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 134 (1979): 270-5; Uwe Stave, Ed. Physiology ofthe Peri-natal Period. Vol. 2. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1970, 987-992.
     

  • BRADLEY, Robert M. & MISTRETTA, Charlotte M. - “Fetal Sensory Receptors” Physiological Reviews (1975)i 358;
     

  • BRANDÃO, Denis M.S. & CREMA, Roberto – “O Novo Paradigma Holístico”. Ed. Sumus, 1991.
     

  • BRAZELTON, T. Berry - “On Becoming a Family: The Growth of Attachment Before and After Birth.” New York: Delacorte Press.(1992)
     

  • BRAZELTON, T. B. & CRAMER, B. G. - The Earliest Relationship. New York: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1990.
     

  • BRIEND, A. Briend - “Fetal Malnutrition: The Price of Upright Posture?” British Medical Journal 2(1979): 317-319.
     

  • CAPRA, Fritjof - “O Tao da Física”. São Paulo. Ed.Cultrix,1975.
     

  • CHAMBERLAIN, David - “The Mind of Your Newborn”. Berkeley,-CA, North Atlantic Baby Books. (1998)
     

  • CHAMBERLAIN, David B. - “Prenatal Intelligence.” In Thomas Blum, Ed. Prenatal Perception, Learning and Bonding. Berlin:Leonardo Publishers, 1993, pp. 14-21.
     

  • CHOPRA, Deepack - “Quantum Healing”, 1989.
     

  • CONNOLLY, J. A. & CULLEN, J. H. - “Maternal Stress and the Origins of Health Status.” Ibid, Vol. I, 1983.
     

  • CORAH, Norman L. et al - “Effects of Perinatal Anoxia After Seven Years.” Psychological Monongraphs 79 (1965): 1-32.
     

  • COMMITTEE ON HEALTH - Child At Risk: A Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Health, Welfare and Science. Hull: Canadian Government Publishing Center, 1980, p. 16.
     

  • CHAMBERLAIN, David - Babies Remember Birth. Los Angeles: Jeremy P. Tarcher, 1988.
     

  • CHAMBERLAIN, David B. - “Babies Are Not What We Thought: Call for a New Paradigm.” International Journal of Prenatal and Peri-natal Studies 4 (1992): 168-169.
     

  • DAMASIO, Antonio R. - Descartes Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1994, pp. 173-183.
     

  • DAVID, Henry P. David, DYBRICH, Zilenek , MATEJCEK, Zilenek & SCHULLER, Vratislav - Born Unwanted: Developmental Effects of Denied Abortion. New York, Springer, Publications, 1988. The New York Times October 3, 1995, pp. C1 and C10.
     

  • DeCASPER, Anthony J. & FIFER, W. P. - “Of Human Bonding: Newborns Prefer Their Mother’s Voices.” Science 208 (1980): 1174-1176.
     

  • De MAUSE, Lloyd - Foundations of Psychohistory, “The Fetal Origins of History,” pp. 244-332.
     

  • DUMAUSE, Lloyd - Foundations of Psychohistory, “The Fetal Origins of History,” pp. 244-332; 1982.
     

  • DENNIS, Leon – “O problema do ser, do destino e da dor”. FEB Departamento Editorial, São Paulo, 1919.
     

  • DETHLEFSEN, Thowald – “Vida y Destino Humano”. Ed. Le Table de Esmeralda, 1978.
     

  • DOSSEY, Larry - “Recovery of the Soul”, 1989. 
     

  • EDELNAN, Gerald M. - The Remembered Present: A Biological Theory of Consciousness. New York: Basic Books, 1989, p. 44.
     

  • EFRON, Arthur - “The Sexual Body: An Interdisciplinary Perspective.” The Journal of Mind and Behavior. 6 (1985): 118-121.
     

  • EMERSON, William: Video: Healing Birth Trauma in Children: A Seminar for Parents and Professionals. Tel: 001-707-763 7024, 1990.
     

  • EMERSON, William: Three Videos. Treating Birth Trauma During Infancy: Forceps Trauma, Cord Trauma, and CesareanTrauma, 1995.
     

  • EMERSON, William: Shock, a Universal Malady, Santa Barbara. 2000
     

  • ENGEL, G. , et al - “Monica: Infant-feeding Behavior of a Mother Gastric Fistula-fed as an Infant: A Thirty-Year Longitudinal Study of Enduring Effects” , 1985.
     

  • ENGLISH, Jane - “Different Doorway: Adventures of a Caesarean Born”. Mt. Shasta, CA: Earth Heat, 1985.
     

  • FEDOR - Freybergh, Peter G. & VOGEL, Vanessa -” Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine - Encounter with the Unborn”. Eds.: Heidelberg: Mattes, 1988
     

  • FEDOR-FREYBERGH, Peter and VOGEL, M. L. Vanessa Eds., Prenatal and Peri-natal Psychology and Medicine: Encounter With the Unborn. Carnforth, the Parthenon Publishing Group, 1988.
     

  • FERREIRA, Antonio J. - “The Pregnant Woman’s Emotional Attitude and Its Reflection on the Newborn.” American Journal of Onthopsychiatry 30: 553-6, 1960.
     

  • FERREIRA, Inácio - “A Psiquiatria em face da reencarnação”. Uberaba, Gráfica A Flama, 1956.
     

  • FIFER, William P. - “Neonatal Preference for Mother’s Voice.” In Norman A. Krasnegor, et al, Eds., Perinatal Development: A Psychobiological Perspective. New York: Academic Press, 1987, pp.111-115.
     

  • FINDEISEN, Barbara - Video. “Journey to be Born: An Introduction to Pre- and Perinatal Psychology”. Star Foundation, PO Box, 1986.
     

  • FODOR, Nandor - The Search for the Beloved: A Clinical Investigation of the Trauma of Birth and Prenatal Condition. New Hyde Park, N.Y.: University Books, 1949.
     

  • FREEMAN, M. - “Is Infant Learning Egocentric or Duocentric? Was Piaget Wrong?” Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal 2 (1987): 25-42.
     

  • FRIES, Margaret E.- “Longitudinal Study: Prenatal Period to Parenthood.” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 25(1977): 115-140.
     

  • FRIES, Margaret E., COLEMAN,M.&WOOLF Nelson and Paul J.- “Developmental and Etiological Factors in the Treatment of Character Disorders with Archaic Ego Function.” The Psychoanalytic Review 67(1980): 337-352.
     

  • FREUD, Sigmund - “The Interpretation of Dreams,” Standard Edition, Vol. 5. London: The Hogarth Press, 1959, p. 400.
     

  • FROMM, Erich - “A Arte de Amar”. Tradução por Milton Amado Belo Horizonte: Itatiaia, 1985.
     

  • GAZZANIGA, Michael S. - Nature’s Mind: the Biological Roots of Thinking, Emotions, Sexuality, Language, and Intelligence. New York: Basic Books, 1992.
     

  • GOLEMAN, Daniel - Emotional Intelligence. New York, Bantam Books, 1995.
     

  • GOODLIN, Robert C. - Care of the Fetus. New York. Masson Publishing, 1979, p. 192.
     

  • GOODLIN, Robert C. - Cry of the Fetus. New York: Masson Publishing, 1979, p 11.
     

  • GROF, Stanislav - Realms of the Human Unconsciousness: Observations from LSD Research. New York, Viking Press, 1975.
     

  • GROF, Stanislav - Beyond the Brain: Birth, Death and Transcendence in Psychotherapy. Albany, State University of New York, 1985.
     

  • GROF, Stanislav - “Emergência Espiritual”. Ed. Cultrix, São Paulo, 1992.
     

  • GRUENBERG, Ernest M. - “On the Psychosomatics of the Not-So-Perfect Fetal Parasite.” In Stephen A. Richardson and Alan F. Guttmacher, Eds. Childbearing: Its Social and Psychological Aspects. New York: Williams St Wilkins,1967, p. 54.
     

  • HALL, Calvin S. - “Prenatal and Birth Experiences in Dreams.” Psychoanalytic Study of the Child 1: 157-74, 1967.
     

  • HEPPER, P. G. & HAHIDULLAH, S. - “Newborn and Fetal Response to Maternal Voice.” Journal of Reproductionn and Infant Psychology 11(1993): 147-153.
     

  • HERRENKOHL, Lorraine Roth -”The Anxiety-Prone Personality: Effects of Prenatal Stress on the Infant.” In Roy J. Mathew, Ed. The Biology of Anxiety. New York, Brunner/Mazel, 1982, pp. 51-86.
     

  • HUMPREY, Tryphena - “Function of the Nervous System During Prenatal Life” In Uwe Stave, Ed. Physiology of the Peri-natal Period. Vol. 2. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1970, pp. 754-89.
     

  • IANNIRUBERTO, A. & TAJANI, E. - “Ultrasonographic Study of Fetal Movements. Seminars in Perinatology 5 (1981): 175-181.
     

  • JACOBSON, Bertil - “Perinatal Origin of Eventual Self-Destructive Behavior.” Pre- and Peri-Natal Psychology 2(1988): 227-241. Ibid, p.240.
     

  • JANOV, Arthur - Imprints: “The Lifelong Effects of Birthexperience”. New York: Coward McCann, 1984.
     

  • JANOV, Arthur, The Primal Scream: Primal Therapy--The Cure for Neurosis. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1970.
     

  • JANUS, Ludwig - “Enduring Effects of Prenatal Experience”. Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 1997.
     

  • JANUS, Ludwil - Wie die Seele entsteht: unserpsychisches Leben vor und nach der Geburt. HamburgHoffman und Campe, 1991.
     

  • JANUS, Ludwig – “Pränatal Psychologie and Therapie”.
     

  • JESSOP, Linda Carter & KELLER, Barbara - “Dearly Maternal Bonding.” In Thomas R. Verny, Pre- and Peri-natal Psychology: An Introduction . New York: Human Sciences Press, 1987, pp. 107-127.
     

  • JILEK, Lubor et al.- “Characteristic Metabolic and Functional Responses to Oxygen Deficiency in the Central Nervous System.” In Uwe Stave, Ed. Physiology of the Perinatal Period, p. 1043.
     

  • JOFFE, Lyle S. et al - “Biobehavioral Antecedents in the Development of Infant-Mother Attachment.” In Martin Reite and Tiffany Field, Eds., The Psychobiology of Attachment and Separation. New York, Academic Press, 1985, p. 334.
     

  • JUNG, C. G. - “Sincronicidade”. Ed. Vozes, Petrópolis, 1984.
     

  • KAFKALIDES, Athanassios - “The Knowledge of the Womb”. Heidelberg: Mattes, 1995.
     

  • KATZ ROTHMAN, Barbara.Recreating Motherhood. New York, Norton, 2000.
     

  • KLAUS, Marshall & KLAUS, Phyllis - “The Amazing Newborn”. Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley, 1985.
     

  • LaGOY, Leah - “The Loss of a Twin In Utero’s Affect on Pre-Natal and Post-Natal Bonding.” International Journal of Pre-Natal and Peri-natal Psychology and Medicine 5(1993): 439-444.
     

  • LEBOYER, Frederick - “Birth without Violence” . Rochester: Healing Arts, 1996.
     

  • LEDOUX, Joseph E. - “Emotion, Memory and the Brain.”Scientific American, June 1994, pp. 50-57.
     

  • LEVY, Terry & ORLANS, Michael - “Attachment, Trauma and Healing”, Washington, Child Welfare League of America, 1977.
     

  • LILEY, A. W. - “The Foetus as Personality.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 6(1972): 99-105.
     

  • LIEBERMAN, M. - “Early Development of Stress and Later Behavior.” Science 1141(1963):824.
     

  • LIEDLOFF, Jean - “The Continuum Concept”. New York, Warner Books, 1977.
     

  • LISBOA, Antonio Marcio Junqueira – “A primeira infância e as raízes da violência”. Brasília: LGE Editora, 2006.
     

  • McEWEN, Bruce S. and SCHMECK Jr, Harold M. - The Hostage Brain. New York,The Rockefeller University Press, 1994, p. 72. Ibid,p. 77.
     

  • MAIWALD and JANUS, L. - “Development, Behavior and Psychic Experience in the Prenatal Period and the Consequences for Life History: A Bibliographic Survey.”International Journal of Prenatal and Peri-natal Psychology and Medicine 5 (1993): 451-485.
     

  • MAIWALD - “Development, Behavior and Psychic Experience in the Prenatal Period and the Consequences for Life History: A Bibliographic Survey.” Int. J. Prenatal and Perinatal Psych. and Med.6(1994): Suppl. 1-48.
     

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  • MAUGER, Benig - “Songs from the Womb”. Carrey’s Lane: The Collins Press, 1998.
     

  • MEDNICK, Sarnoff A. - “Birth Defects and Schizophrenia”, Psychology Today 4 (1971): 48-50.
     

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  • MIRANDA, Hermínio - “Nossos Filhos São Espíritos”. São Paulo:Lachâtre, 2005.
     

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  • MORGAN, Elaine - The Descent of the Child: Human Evolution from a New Perspective. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995, p. 78.
     

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  • MOTT, Francis J. - Mythology of the Prenatal Life. London, Integration Publishing Co., 1960.
     

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  • NATHANIELSZ, Peter W. - “Life in the Womb, the Origin of Health and Disease”. New York, Promethan Press,1999.
     

  • NIEDERLAND, William, “The Role of the Ego in the Recovery of Early Memories.” Psychoanalytic Quarterly 34(1965): 568.
     

  • NILSSON, Lennart - “A Child is Born”. New York, Delacorte Press., 1977/1990.
     

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  • NORWOOD, Christopher - At Highest Risk: Environmental Hazards to Young and Unborn Children. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1980 and Child at Risk: A Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Health, Welfare and Science. Quebec, Canadian Government Publishing Center, 1980.
     

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  • ODENT, Michel - “The Nature of Birth and Breastfeeding,”London, Bergin & Garvey, 1992.
     

  • ODENT, Michel - “The Scientification of Love”. London, Free Association Books, 1999.
     

  • OSTERWELL, Erna - “A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Fetal Mental Development and Its Role in the Origin of Object Relations.” Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the California Graduate Institute. 1990.
     

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  • PIONTELLI, Alessandra - “From Fetus to Child. An Observation and Psychoanalytic Study”. London, Routledge, 1992.
     

  • PIONTELLI, Alessandra - “Pre-Natal Life and Birth as Reflected in the Analysis of a 2- Year-Old Psychotic Girl.”International Review of Psycho-Analysis. 15(1988): 73-81.
     

  • POLVERINI-REY, R. A. - Intrauterine Musical Learning: The Soothing Effect on Newborns of a Lullaby Learned Prenatally. Doctoral Thesis, Los Angeles: California School of Professional Psychology, 1992.
     

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  • SCHIER, K. - “The Analysis of Appearance and Meaning of Prenatal and Perinatal Phantasies in the Psychoanalytically Oriented Psychotherapy of Children.” International Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine 5(1993): p.433-438.
     

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  • SMULDERS, Beatrijs & CROON, Mariël - “Veilig Zwanger”. Utrecht, Kosmos, 1999.
     

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