Long-Term Psychological Effects of Circumcision

Presentation of Ronald Goldman at the Third International Symposium on Circumcision, College Park, MD.

If you cannot remember your infancy, does this mean that infant experiences have no effects on infants and their later feelings and behavior? Can infants be traumatized? Ronald Goldman speaks about this and much more at the Third International Symposium on Circumcision. Goldman’s psychological presentation includes related research, clinical experience, innovative theory, and personal accounts. They support  potential long-term psychological effects of circumcision. This challenges cultural beliefs and assumptions about the abilities of infants and lack of early memory. Let’s explore the origins of our behaviors.


Updated: November 6, 2021 — 7:49 pm