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Finding Aid to the Bernard Glueck Papers, 1903-1972

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Summary Information
Title: Bernard Glueck Papers
Creator: Glueck, Bernard, 1884-1972
Dates: 1903-1972
Extent: 8.67 linear feet (8 boxes + oversize)
Abstract:
Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck.

Call number: MS C 630
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

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Preferred Citation:

Glueck, Bernard. Bernard Glueck Papers. 1903-1972. Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 630.

Processing Information

The Bernard Glueck papers were rehoused from original containers into archival folders and boxes upon receipt from the donor. In the course of final processing several categories of material were weeded from the original accession and discarded by the processing archivist: various printed material such as books, articles, and reprints created by others (after review for retention by Rare Books staff); non-pertinent patient records.

Provenance:

Gift, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, October 20, 2008, Acc. #2008-065.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the Bernard Glueck Papers, 1903-1972

History of Medicine Division
Processed by Jim Labosier
Encoded by Jim Labosier
Processing completed October, 2018

Descriptive Summary

Glueck, Bernard, 1884-1972Bernard Glueck Papers Dates: 1903-19728.67 linear feet (8 boxes + oversize)MS C 630 Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Collection materials primarily in EnglishAbstract:Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck.Provenance:

Gift, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, October 20, 2008, Acc. #2008-065.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions on access.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

Glueck, Bernard. Bernard Glueck Papers. 1903-1972. Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 630.

Processing Information

The Bernard Glueck papers were rehoused from original containers into archival folders and boxes upon receipt from the donor. In the course of final processing several categories of material were weeded from the original accession and discarded by the processing archivist: various printed material such as books, articles, and reprints created by others (after review for retention by Rare Books staff); non-pertinent patient records.

Biographical Note

Bernard Glueck, Sr. was born in Bendzin, Poland to Charles and Hannah Gluckstein. His birthdate is uncertain, being cited in different official documents and autobiographical notes as October 3, October 16, and December 10, 1883 or December 10, 1884. Bernard immigrated to the United States in 1900 and from 1904 through 1908 studied medicine at Milwaukee Medical College and Marquette University. In 1909 he earned his M.D. from Georgetown University.

Glueck began practicing psychiatry with the U.S. Public Health Service at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C. in 1909. He remained there, excepting the year 1913 when he served as mental examiner of immigrants at Ellis Island, until 1916. On July 1, 1916 Dr. Glueck established the first psychiatric clinic at New York's Sing Sing Prison. For the next several years he studied the mental problems and tendencies of criminals and prison inmates. A brother, Sheldon Glueck, with his wife Eleanor became a renowned team of criminologists and social workers at Harvard beginning in the mid-1920s.

After a year in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, Glueck taught for several years at the New York School for Social Work and New York Postgraduate School and Hospital where he concentrated on childhood development as it related to crime. He started a private practice in 1924. His reputation in criminal psychology led to his defense testimony in the Leopold and Loeb case in 1924.

Between 1925-1926 he studied psychoanalysis in Germany and England with Karl Abraham and Edward Glover. Upon his return he re-entered private practice and in 1928 established the Stony Lodge private mental hospital in Ossining, New York. Initially concerned only with psychoanalysis, the hospital eventually embraced other psychiatric treatments such as insulin shock therapy for schizophrenia. Dr. Glueck remained at Stony Lodge until his retirement in 1947.

For the remainder of his working life he devoted himself to psychiatric teaching and training at New York Medical College (1945-53), the Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy, Inc. (1952-53), Veterans Administration staff training (1953-56) and at the University of North Carolina (1956-c.1964). He died on October 5, 1972 at Butner, North Carolina.


Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental health and the psychiatric make-up of criminals), his teaching work, and as an expert witness in the Leopold and Loeb murder trial.

Series 1, Biographical (1903-1972), contains official documents, certifications, passports, resumes, bibliographies, and correspondence providing a summary of Dr. Glueck's personal and professional life (1903-1972). The papers offer insights into his early life in America before completing his medical education and the odd question of his actual birthdate. Correspondence covers the period from his formal retirement from private practice in 1947 until he suffered a stroke in 1965 when his career concluded. These letters complement correspondence from his work with the Veterans Administration in the Clinical Work series and the University of North Carolina held in the Teaching series. It is mostly concerned with family issues, publishers, and lectures given at conferences and for organizations such as the Commonwealth Fund and the New York School of Social Work. Clippings (1924-1965) collected by Dr. Glueck cover a range of topics central to his interests, including the Leopold and Loeb case, insulin shock therapy, juvenile offenders and prison reform, public mental health initiatives, and the doctor's own career.

Series 2, Clinical Work (1908-1964) parallels and often overlaps information held in the Teaching series. Dr. Glueck maintained a career as a psychiatrist while also teaching at various institutions. His first professional work, with St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C. as a senior assistant physician (1908-1916), is described only through correspondence. His sabbatical to study with Drs. Krapelin and Ziehan in Germany in 1911 and his work as examiner of immigrants at Ellis Island (1912-1913) are tangentially addressed. The topic most well documented from this era is the motivations and process for the establishment of the Sing Sing Psychiatric clinic, which Dr. Glueck left St. Elizabeth's Hospital to found in July, 1916.

His two years' work at Sing Sing (1916-1918) is extensively described through seven folders of correspondence. It begins with his transition to the prison, correspondence with the warden Thomas Mott Osborne, preparations for opening the clinic and hiring staff. Most frequent correspondents are other mental health or prison-related institutions such as the Thomas W. Salmon and the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, Westchester County Corrections, St. Elizabeth's Hospital and Dr. W. A. White, William Healy and the Judge Baker Foundation, as well as the New York School of Philanthropy and Columbia University relating to courses taught by Dr. Glueck.

While at Sing Sing, Dr. Glueck also assisted in the creation of the Westchester Children's Clinic of the Department of Child Welfare. This endeavor is described through collected correspondence with Dr. Francis Shockley and case histories. A Westchester Clinic subject file holds several reports submitted by the Clinic. Additional material includes case histories of prison inmates, details of the clinic's activities, and examples of patient evaluation forms. His research into the character development of criminals is further elucidated in his publications of the period, found in the Writings series.

The Sing Sing correspondence concludes with much attention to Thomas W. Salmon's efforts to convince Dr. Glueck to join the Army Medical Department and assist him in establishing psychiatric treatment services for soldiers. The collection barely describes this work beyond some letters in the Biographical series and a psychiatric hospital unit organization plan.

His work with patients from 1918 to the establishment of Stony Lodge in 1928 lacks documentation in this collection. A number of case histories from the early 1920s, which were used for teaching purposes, are the most substantial contributions to this era.

Similarly, Stony Lodge case records describe patients treated with insulin shock therapy, something not undertaken by the clinic until 1936, leaving the period from 1928 through 1935 undocumented. Correspondence (1929-1945) concentrates on Dr. Glueck's lecturing and professional activities with outside organizations such as the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, Child Study Association of America, and New York School of Social Work, as well as publishers and mental health organizations. Very little correspondence addresses clinic activities, though there are some few notes and data from this era about insulin shock therapy. Most notable among them is a notebook kept by Dr. Glueck when he visited Dr. Manfred Sakel's Vienna clinic in 1936 to learn about insulin shock therapy technique.

Dr. Glueck continued working after his retirement from Stony Lodge in 1947. His work as Chair of the Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy, Inc. in 1952-1953 is only hinted at in some seminar transcripts from 1951. He also worked part time as a psychiatrist on the staff of the mental hygiene clinic at the Veterans Administration (1950-1956) in Montrose, New York, and Washington, D.C. Some slight correspondence is augmented by transcripts of staff development meeting which used veteran case histories to teach therapeutic techniques (1955-1956).

The last non-teaching professional work documented in the collection is his work as a consultant with the North Carolina Hospitals Board of Control (1959-1964). Correspondence covers his duties visiting and evaluating the psychiatric programs at North Carolina's state hospitals. A board-produced report on mental illness hospitalization in North Carolina completes this activity's material.

Series 3, Leopold and Loeb Case (1924-1955), consists of notes, psychiatric reports, and court transcripts from the Leopold and Loeb trial. Probably because of his national reputation for research into the influences contributing to the criminal mind and the role played by childhood development along with his longstanding professional relationship with Dr. William Alanson White, Dr. Glueck interviewed and evaluated Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb in order to testify for the defense before sentence was imposed on the two murderers. Dr. White, with William Healy, Karl Bowman and H. S. Hulbert, also evaluated the defendants. Included here are the final evaluations submitted by Glueck, White, Healy, and Bowman and Hulbert, along with preliminary examination notes taken by Dr. Glueck and Dr. Healy.

Series 4, Lectures/Teaching (c.1918-c.1963) constitutes the largest portion of the collection. Dr. Glueck began lecturing about the psychology and development of criminals to assist social work at Columbia University and the New York School of Philanthropy while he was still working at Sing Sing. Very few lectures and supporting information exist from this 1917-1918 work. Close to 300 complete and partial lectures, however, substantiate his activities from 1919-1915 at Columbia University, the New School for Social Research and, primarily, at the Bureau of Child Guidance of the New York School of Social Work. These social work training classes address the basic principles of psychology, child development, and psychotherapy.

While conducting Stony Lodge, Dr. Glueck continued teaching although documentation fails to identify at which specific institution except for a series of lectures given at the New School for Social Research in 1937-1938. This smaller set of lectures continues with developmental psychology and criminology but also addresses shock treatment for schizophrenia, which was an interest of Dr. Glueck's during the 1930s. For the last half of the 1940s he taught similar courses at the New York College of Medicine which is reflected in another small set of lectures.

After his formal retirement from Stony Lodge and some work with the Veterans Administration, Dr. Glueck taught as clinical professor of psychiatry at the North Carolina School of Medicine (1956-1963). About 50 lectures represent the topics he taught.

Series 5, Speeches (1917-c.1965) were given at meetings, conferences, and to various charitable social organizations simultaneous with his teaching and clinical work. Topically they cover much the same ground as his teaching but on a slightly less technical level.

Series 6, Subject Files (c.1914-1963), pertain mainly to mental health organizations with which Dr. Glueck was affiliated. A few files focus on persons significant in his career, such as William A. White, Manfred Sakel, Thomas W. Salmon, and his brother, Sheldon Glueck. Some few additional files provide guidelines Dr. Glueck used in patient and immigrant evaluations and also documentation for some topics he researched for writing projects.

Series 7, Writings (1911-c.1965) are divided between articles and translations which were published and articles whose publication and date is uncertain. Dr. Glueck's writings closely parallel his professional interests as they evolved throughout his career. His wrote about psychopathies while working at St. Elizabeth's hospital, then segued to immigrants' mental conditions while at Ellis Island. Much of his output thereafter about criminality, psychoanalysis, and childhood development was informed from patients at Sing Sing prison and in social work, though he wrote about insulin shock therapy conducted at Stony Lodge in the 1930s. In addition to his own original writing, Dr. Glueck translated eight German psychological works (1908-1937) into English.

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Conduct Disorder
    • Convulsive Therapy
    • Criminal Psychology
    • Criminology
    • Developmental Disabilities
    • Mental Disorders
    • Personality Disorders
    • Prisons
    • Psychotherapy
    Personal Names

    • Leopold, Nathan Freudenthal, 1904-1971
    • Loeb, Richard A., 1905-1936
    • Salmon, Thomas W. (Thomas William), 1876-1927
    • White, William A. (William Alanson), 1870-1937
    Corporate Names

    • Saint Elizabeths Hospital (Washington, D.C.)
    • Sing Sing Prison
    • Stony Lodge Hospital
    Geographic Names

    • New York
    • North Carolina
    Genre Terms

    • Case Reports

    Series Descriptions

    Series 1: Personal and Biographical, 1903-197211 Biography, 1903-197212 Personal identification, 1939-196313 Notes on Edward Glover lectures, 192714-6 Personal correspondence, 1947-196517 Clippings, 1924-1965 Series 2: Psychiatric Practice and Clinical Work, 1908-196418 Department of the Interior - Government Hospital for the Insane - correspondence, 1908-1916 Sing Sing Prison Psychiatric Clinic19 Case histories [diagnostic summaries], 1916-1918110 "The activities of the clinic", c.1917111 First quarterly report of the Division for Rehabilitation of the Social Service Bureau [incomplete], c.1917112 Yerkes-Bridges point scale examination - record blank, 1917113 Accounts of inmates treated at the Sing Sing clinic, c.1918114-20 Correspondence, 1916-1918 Childrens' Clinic of the Department of Child Welfare, Westchester County, New York121 Francis M. Shockley correspondence, 1917122 Juvenile case records [diagnostic summaries], c.1917-1918123 Lecture III - discussion of 'complex'- outline, c.1917-1918124 U.S. Army Medical Corps - psychiatric hospital unit personnel, c.1918125 Case histories [diagnostic summaries], c.1920s126 Professional correspondence, 1926-1927 Stony Lodge Hospital127 Case histories [diagnostic summaries], c.1930s128 Outcome five years after admission - data, c.1930s129 Notebook on insulin coma Rx, 1936130 Dr. Metzger's notes, c.1937131 Consultation with Dr. Lichtwitz on spontaneous hypoglycemia, c.1937132-33 Correspondence, 1929-1945134 Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy, Inc. - correspondence, 1951 Veterans Administration135 Staff development material - staff development meetings, 1955-1956136 Correspondence, 1950-1955 North Carolina Hospitals Board of Control137 Trends in hospitalization for mental illness, 1961138 Correspondence, 1959-1964 Series 3: Conduct and Its Disorder (Leopold and Loeb Case), 1924-195521 Report of preliminary neuro-psychiatric examination by Karl M. Bowman, M.D. of Boston, and H. S. Hulbert, M.D. of Chicago, 192422 The Loeb-Leopold case - speech of Clarence Darrow - transcript [incomplete], 192423 Report of Dr. Bernard Glueck - the Franks case - a psychiatric diagnosis and interpretation of the two defendants, 192424 Dr. Glueck's notes on defendants, 192425 Data and opinion in the case of Nathan F. Leopold, Jr., by William Healy, M.D., 14 July 192426 William Healy's notes from examination of Leopold and Loeb, 192427 Testimony of Dr. William Healy - transcript [incomplete], 192428 The Franks case - a psychiatric diagnosis and interpretation of the two defendants - William A. White, 192429 Mental status of Richard Loeb - report, 1924210 Joint report - Nathan F. Leopold, Jr. and Richard Loeb - by William A. White, William Healy, Bernard Glueck, Ralph C. Hamill [incomplete], 1924211 People of the State of Illinois vs. Nathan F. Leopold, Jr. and Richard Loeb - transcript, 23 July 1924212 People of the State of Illinois vs. Nathan F. Leopold, Jr. and Richard Loeb - transcript, 25 July 1924213 Clipping, 1955 Series 4: Lectures and Teaching, c.1918-c.1963 New York School of Philanthropy214 Correspondence, 1918-1919215 Plan of course lectures, c.1918-1919216 Notes, c.1910s217 re Factors contributing to criminal behavior [incomplete], c.1918 218 re Hebephrenia [incomplete], c.1918219 re The role of a social worker [incomplete], c.1919 College of Physicians and Surgeons/Columbia Univ.220 Alcoholic paranoia, c.1910s221 Dementia praecox - notes, c.1910s222 The dynamics of behavior, c.1910s223 Ego complex, c.1910s New York School for Social Work, Department of Mental Hygiene / New School of Social Research224 Bureau of Child Guidance, c.1922-1925225-26 Juvenile case records [diagnostic summaries], 1922227 Memorandum - summer school lectures, 1922228 Courses taught by Dr. Glueck, 1918-24, c.1924229 Course 24 - examination questions, 1923230 Curriculum plans and bibliographies, 1923, undated231 List of lectures, c.1920s232 Reading lists - by topic, c.1925233 Student comments on a course [incomplete], c.1920s234-35 Notes, c.1920s 236 re Adjustment to society [incomplete], c.1920s237 re Administration vs. treatment of prisoners [incomplete], c.1920s238 re Aggression [incomplete], c.1920s239 Active therapy - lecture VII, c.1920s240 re Alcohol [incomplete], c.1920s241 Alcoholism, c.1920s242 Alcoholism and the alcoholic mental disorders, c.1920s243 Anamnesis [incomplete], c.1920s244 re Approach to child life [incomplete], c.1920s245 Arrests of personality development, c.1920s246-47 Authority, c.1920s248 Autonomic system, c.1920s249 re Basis of anxiety [incomplete], c.1920s250 #99 Basis of personality and conduct - outline, c.1920s251 Behavior, c.1920s252 Biological, anatomical, psychological and sociological background of behavior - lecture II, c.1920s253 The birth trauma [incomplete], c.1920s254 Brief note on the Oedipan situation, c.1920s255 Cases of ego and sex adjustments in boy and girl [incomplete], c.1920s256 re Categories of personal maladjustment [incomplete], c.1920s257 #71 III. Causes and treatment of crime, c.1920s258 re Causes of psychoses [incomplete], c.1920s259 Characterology and typology, c.1920s260 re Child guidance movement [incomplete], c.1920s261 Child-parent and child-teacher relationship, c.1920s262 Child psychology and psychopathology - first lecture, c.1920s263 re Child training [incomplete], c.1920s264 Childhood [incomplete], c.1920s265 re Childhood psychopathology [incomplete], c.1920s266 Classification of mental diseases, c.1920s267 Classification of the neuroses - Lecture III [incomplete], c.1920s268 Clinical approach [incomplete], c.1920s269 Clinical recognition of nervous diseases, with special reference to immigration inspection, c.1920s270 Clinical psychiatry - course outline, c.1920s271 re Compulsion neurosis [incomplete], c.1920s272 re Concepts of psychoanalytic theory [incomplete], c.1920s273 #91 Concerning parental attitudes, c.1920s274 re Conditioning influences on childhood character [incomplete], c.1920s275 Conflict and its resolution [incomplete], c.1920s276 Consideration of human personality continued - lecture III - outline, c.1920s277 Coordination of movement, c.1920s278 Course in mental hygiene - outline, c.1920s279 Criminal of reality, c.1920s280 Criminology, c.1920s281-82 re Criminology [incomplete], c.1920s 283 Day dreaming, c.1920s284 re Dealing with resistances [incomplete], c.1920s285 Defense mechanisms - chapter III, c.1920s286 Definition of psychopath in former lectures - outline, c.1920s287 Degeneracy and its psychoses, c.1920s288 Delinquency, c.1920s289 Delinquency as a reflection of certain social settings, c.1920s290 re Dementia praecox [incomplete], c.1920s291 Dementia praecox - notes, c.1920s31 Dementia praecox group - general questions, c.1920s32 re Development of the criminal [incomplete], c.1920s33 re Development of the emotions and the will [incomplete], c.1920s34 Development of the nervous system, c.1920s35 re Different "selfs" of personality [incomplete], c.1920s36 Difficulties in personality study, c.1920s37 re Difficulty in diagnosing borderline mental disorders [incomplete], c.1920s38 Disorders of consciousness [incomplete], c.1920s39 Dissociation, c.1920s310 Dividing line between mental health and mental disease- lecture II - outline, c.1920s311 Drug addiction- morphism, c.1920s312 Dynamics of behavior, c.1920s313 Ego, c.1920s314 re Ego complex [incomplete], c.1920s315 Ego formation - outline, c.1920s316 Elements of human behavior, c.1920s317 re Environmental and constitutional causes of maladjustment [incomplete], c.1920s318 Etiology of the neuroses - lecture II, c.1920s319 re Examination and trial of criminals [incomplete], c.1920s320 re Exercise therapy [incomplete], c.1920s321 Family configurations in human maladjustment, c.1920s322 Feebleminded, c.1920s323 re Feebleminded children [incomplete], c.1920s324 Feeblemindedness, c.1920s325 re Feeblemindedness [incomplete], c.1920s326 Foundations and applications of psycho-analysis, c.1920s327 Four fundamental wishes [incomplete], c.1920s328 From psychiatry to psychoanalysis - lecture I, c.1920s329 Fundamental nervous disorders of children, c.1920s330 General paresis, c.1920s331 General symptomalogy, c.1920s332 General theory of the neuroses - lecture I, c.1920s333 re The genetic, dynamic, and the economic principle [incomplete], c.1920s334 Gross outline of nervous diseases [incomplete], c.1920s335 Heredity and physical well being - lecture III, c.1920s336 History and treatment of syphilis - outline, c.1920s337 History taking [incomplete], c.1920s338 Hope and fear, c.1920s339 re Human behavior [incomplete], c.1920s340 Human equipment and its uses, c.1920s341 Human machine and its uses, c.1920s342 Hysteria - fourth lecture [incomplete], c.1920s343 Imagination of hysterical children [incomplete], c.1920s344 re Insanity as the individual's adaptation to life [incomplete], c.1920s345 Instinct in Freudian psychology, c.1920s346 Instinctive behavior of man, c.1920s347 re Instincts [incomplete], c.1920s348 Intake and use of energy, c.1920s349 Integration of psychoanalytic formulations, c.1920s350 Intelligence of the feebleminded, c.1920s351 Intoxication psychoses, c.1920s352 Introduction of psychoanalysis and mental hygiene, c.1920s353 Introduction to the principles of social work, c.1920s354 Introductory lecture - outline, c.1920s355 Last century in psychiatric research, c.1920s356 Libido in melancholia, c.1920s357 35A Life force against death force, c.1920s358 Life worth living [incomplete], c.1920s359 re Limits of psychoanalysis, c.1920s360 re Local brain atrophies, c.1920s361 Man's equipment and adaptation - lecture II, c.1920s362 Manic depressive - notes, c.1920s363 Manic depressive psychoses, c.1920s364 Man's unconscious, c.1920s365 re Marital syphilis [incomplete], c.1920s366 Mechanistic vs. the responsive [incomplete], c.1920s367 Memorandum for case discussion group, c.1920s368 re Mental benefits of physical activity [incomplete], c.1920s369 Mental disease among the ancients [incomplete], c.1920s370 Mental disorders - lecture V, c.1920s371 Mental health and mental diseases - lecture II [incomplete], c.1920s372 Mental hygiene, c.1920s373 re Mental hygiene and child guidance [incomplete], c.1920s374 Mental hygiene and child life [incomplete], c.1920s375 #108 Mental hygiene and social practice, c.1920s376 re Mental Hygiene movement [incomplete], c.1920s377 re Mental Hygiene movement [incomplete], c.1920s378 Mental mechanisms - lecture VI, c.1920s379 Mental mechanisms (continued) - lecture IV, c.1920s380 Mental measures, c.1920s381 Mind-loss group - personality deterioration, c.1920s382 re Misapplication of social work [incomplete], c.1920s383 re Mistakes analysts make [incomplete], c.1920s384 re Moral perversity [incomplete], c.1920s385 re Morally defective children [incomplete], c.1920s386 The Morally inferior [incomplete], c.1920s387 Narcissism, c.1920s388 Nature of refinement and sublimation, c.1920s389 re Need of increasing efficiency of neurologic clinics to meet growing demand [incomplete], c.1920s390 Nervous system, c.1920s391 re The nervous system and human behavior, c.1920s392 re Neuroses [incomplete], c.1920s393 re Neuroses and causation [incomplete], c.1920s394 Neurotic character, c.1920s395 Neurotic character [incomplete], c.1920s396 re Neurotic character [incomplete], c.1920s397 re Neurotic character [incomplete], c.1920s398 Neurotic character and the pervert, a clinical study, c.1920s399 re Normal, neurotic, and psychotic [incomplete], c.1920s3100 Not bright, c.1920s3101 Notes on lectures in mental hygiene, c.1920s3102 Objective manifestations in nervous and mental diseases, c.1920s3103 Objective psychobiology - first year course- outline, c.1920s3104 #70 II. Observations from the standpoint of the individual, c.1920s3105 Obsessional neuroses, c.1920s3106 On narcissism: an introduction, c.1920s3107 On the uses of mind - outline, c.1920s3108 re Opening phases of analysis - lecture IV, c.1920s3109 Organic nervous diseases - diseases of the spinal cord, c.1920s3110 #107, 90, 21 Organization of the state Dept. of Mental Hygiene, c.1920s3111 Paranoia, c.1920s3112 Paranoia type of functional disorder, c.1920s3113 Paraphrenia, c.1920s3114 re Parental discipline [incomplete], c.1920s3115 Parents and children [incomplete], c.1920s3116 Paresis, c.1920s3117 Paresis - causation - home and companions, c.1920s3118 Personality study, c.1920s3119 Phenomenology of ego experiences [incomplete], c.1920s3120 Phylogenetic considerations - instinct- the unconscious - mental mechanism - lecture III [incomplete], c.1920s3121 Place of psychoanalysis in social work, c.1920s3122 Pleasure and reality principles [incomplete], c.1920s3123 #39 Practical social application of psychoanalytic viewpoints - lecture IV the task of education, c.1920s3124 Presenile senile, arteriosclerotic mental disorders - outline, c.1920s3125 Prevention [incomplete], c.1920s3126 Principles of psychoanalysis and the practical results that may be achieved through this procedure, c.1920s3127 Problems of disturbed human relations- lecture I, c.1920s3128 Proposed classification of mental diseases, c.1920s3129 Psychiatry and criminology [incomplete], c.1920s3130 Psychoanalysis and its possibilities [incomplete], c.1920s3131 Psychoanalysis and mental hygiene - lecture I [incomplete], c.1920s3132 re Psychoanalytic theory [incomplete], c.1920s3133 Psychological attitude, c.1920s3134 Psychology and psychopathology of the child - first lecture, c.1920s3135 Psychoneuroses - hysteria, c.1920s3136 #66 Psychopathic personality and the criminal, c.1920s3137 Psychotherapy, c.1920s338 Psychosis and neurosis - outline, c.1920s3139 Pubescent disorders [incomplete], c.1920s3140 Purposive nature of behavior [lecture no. 3], c.1920s3141 Reactive depressions, c.1920s3142 re Reactive manifestations [incomplete], c.1920s3143 Recapitulation - lecture III, c.1920s3144 Reciprocal relations of the instincts, c.1920s3145 re Relation of immigration to crime, c.1920s3146 Relation of mental hygiene to social practice, c.1920s3147 re Role of educator in child development [incomplete], c.1920s3148 re Role of heredity in psychological development [incomplete], c.1920s3149 re Role of parents and teachers in preventing maladjustment [incomplete], c.1920s3150 re Role of social work [incomplete], c.1920s3151 Role of the psychiatrist in a child-guidance clinic, c.1920s3152 re Roots of criminality - lecture II [incomplete], c.1920s3153 Schizophrenias [incomplete], c.1920s3154 Schizophrenic (dementia praecox group), c.1920s3155 Self preservation and race preservation instincts - lecture I?, c.1920s3156 Self-preservative instinct in the psychoses of life-prisoners, c.1920s3157 Sensory conditions [incomplete], c.1920s3158 Significance of parental attitudes for the destiny of the individual [incomplete], c.1920s3159 re Significance of psychiatry and the mental hygiene movement [incomplete], c.1920s3160 Social phenomenas, c.1920s3161 Social provision for the elimination of the accidental factor [syphilis], c.1920s3162 Social treatment of the socially maladjusted, c.1920s3163 re Social work and study of human nature [incomplete], c.1920s3164 Some of the sources of marital discontent, c.1920s3165 Some problems of adolescence, c.1920s3166 re Speech [incomplete], c.1920s3167 re Substituting treatment for administration regarding criminals [incomplete], c.1920s3168 re Suicide [incomplete], c.1920s3169 re Suicide [incomplete], c.1920s3170 Summary of preceding two lectures, c.1920s3171 Summary of role of complex, c.1920s3172 re Symptoms of dementia praecox [incomplete], c.1920s3173 Symptoms of mental disorder - lecture V - p. 1 only, c.1920s3174 re Symptoms of mental disorders [incomplete], c.1920s3175-176 Syphilis, c.1920s 3177 Syphilitic mental disorders, c.1920s3178 re Teachers' treatment of children with mental disorders [incomplete], c.1920s3179 re Teaching psychopathic children [incomplete], c.1920s3180 Tendency to act, c.1920s3181 Terminal phases, c.1920s3182 re Therapeutic principles [incomplete], c.1920s3183 Thomas, c.1920s3184 Toxic exhaustion psychoses, c.1920s3185 Training for psychiatric social work - course 61 - outline, c.1920s3186 Training of the emotions and the will [incomplete], c.1920s3187 Transference, c.1920s3188 Transference neurosis - lecture V, c.1920s3189 Treatment [incomplete], c.1920s3190 Treatment [incomplete], c.1920s3191 Treatment and prognosis of situation [incomplete], c.1920s3192 Type of presentation - paresis, syphilis, c.1920s3193 re Types of psychotherapy [incomplete], c.1920s3194 Unconscious [incomplete], c.1920s3195 Unconscious - the foreconscious - the instincts [incomplete], c.1920s3196 Use of hypnosis - outline, c.1920s3197 re Value of parole services [incomplete], c.1920s3198 re Value of psychoanalysis [incomplete], c.1920s3199 Vegetative nervous system, c.1920s3200 Wish - its gratifications, c.1920s3201 Notes on a course in mental hygiene for social workers, 19193202 Notes on clinical psychiatry, c.19203203 Relation of psychiatry to social work, c.19203204 Types of issues met with - paper 22, c.19203205 Human behavior and its disorders, 22 September 19203206 Special features of physiology of nervous system - course 23, 29 September 19203207 Book of lecture outlines, 29 September 1920-25 April 19213208 Unconscious dissociation - the complex - course 23, 6 October 19203209 General nature of mental disease - course 23, 3 November 19203210 Disorders of perception, hallucinations - course 23, 8 November 19203211 Disorders of consciousness, memory, and attention - course 23, 10 November 19203212 Disorders of judgment, delusions, paranoia, and disorders of the emotions - course 23, 15 November 19203213 Disorders of volition - course 23, 17 November 19203214 Syphilis - course 23, 24 November 19203215 Arteriosclerosis, senile dementia - course 23, 8 December 19203216 Personality development, 20 December 19203217 Ego instincts and psychopathology [incomplete], 19213218 Mind twist - course 23, 3 January 19213219 Symptoms of dementia praecox - course 23, 10 January 19213220 Manic depressive disorder - course 23, 24 January 19213221 Manic depression- course 23, 26 January 19213222 Conditioning influences in the life of the individual, 29 April 19213223 Syphilis and paresis manifestations of mental disorder - lecture V, 6 May 19213224 Socially maladjusted - lecture VI, 13 May 19213225 Psychoneuroses - lecture VII, 18 May 19213226-227 Construction and organization of the human personality - lecture III, 6 July 19223228 Conditioning influences of the personality - lecture IV and V, 12 July 192241 Scope and manifestations of psychopathology - lecture VI, 19 July 192242 Neuroses and psycho-neuroses - lecture VII, 20 July 192243 Examination - course 24, 192344 Teaching seminar transcripts, 192345 Fifth session - course 61, November 192346 Race hygiene and heredity [incomplete], 12 December 192447 Compensations of illness [incomplete], c.192548 #43 Constructive suggestions as regards child-parent and child-teacher relationships [incomplete], c.192549 Fairhope plan, 1925410 Mental hygiene and education, 27 April 1925 External Teaching during Stony Lodge Era411 Jewish psychotherapy - student reports, 1928412 Criminology - reading list, 1931413 Third year psychiatry - lecture outlines, 1933414 Plan for second year - outline, c.1930s415 Notes, c.1930s416 re Basic conflict - adjusting to society [incomplete], c.1930s417 The Biodynamics of conduct in health and disease - summation of course [incomplete], c.1930s418 re Causes of criminality [incomplete], c.1930s419 re Contributions of psychoanalytic psychiatry [incomplete], c.1930s420 re Criminology [incomplete], c.1930s421 Discussion of Dr. Wender's paper, c.1930s422 Freud's cultural orientation, c.1930s423 Hospital experience with psychoanalytic therapy, c.1930s424 The integration of psychoanalytic formulations [incomplete], c.1930s425 Introjection, c.1930s426 Manic depressive psychoses, c.1930s427 re Mental life of the child [incomplete], c.1930s428 Nature and scope of psychotherapy, c.1930s429 re Nervous system [incomplete], c.1930s430 On causation and psychotherapy [incomplete], c.1930s431 On the meaning of psychiatry [incomplete], c.1930s432 Presentation of a case of camptocormia with other compulsive phenomena, c.1930s433 re Prevention of criminalism [incomplete], c.1930s434 Psychiatric contributions to the psychology of personality, c.1930s435 re Psychoanalytic hospital, c.1930s436 Psychology of suicide, c.1930s437 Schizophrenias - chapter V, c.1930s438 Significance of mental hygiene in the study and guidance of the child, c.1930s439 re Symptoms of schizophrenia [incomplete], c.1930s440 Transference neurosis - lecture V, c.1930s441 Genetic principle, c.1930442 re Family influences on the development of a child [incomplete], 1930443 Psychiatry and the social sciences, c.1931444 Hospital experience with psychoanalytic therapy, 1932445 re Place of psychoanalysis in social work, c.1933446 #100 Neurotic character, 1933447 re Study of schizophrenic patients [incomplete], c.1934448 #40 Psychiatry and the criminal law [incomplete], 1934449 Criteria for estimating the value of psychiatric service in the field of criminology, 1934450 Psychoanalytical thoughts on the clinical manifestations of induced hypoglycemia [incomplete], c.1936451 re Human constitution [incomplete], c.1936452 Human conduct and its disorders - outline, 3 February 1936453 New School lecture, c.1937454 New School lecture, 26 October 1937455 New School lecture, 9 November 1937456 New School lecture, 16 November 1937457 New School lecture, 23 November 1937458-66 re Insulin shock therapy [incomplete], c.1937-1938 467 re Types of schizophrenias and shock treatments [incomplete], c.1937-1938468 re Causes of schizophrenia recurrence [incomplete], c.1938469 Clinical experiences with chemotherapy of schizophrenia, c.1938470 The concept of schizophrenia in the light of pharmaceutical therapies [incomplete], c.1938471 Convulsive therapy in the affective psychoses [incomplete], c.1938472 Dementia praecox [incomplete], c.1938473 Deterioration in dementia praecox, c.1938474 New School lecture, c.1938475 New School lecture, 11 January 1938476 New School lecture, 19 April 1938477 Conditions of personality growth - lecture I, c.1938478 Residual personality disorders in schizophrenic patients treated with insulin and metrazol therapy, c.1938 New York Medical College479 Case records for teaching, c.1917-1952480 Anxiety [incomplete], c.1945-1950481 re Autonomic system [incomplete], c.1945-1950482 Causes of dissociation [incomplete], c.1945-1950483 re Cultural environment [incomplete], c.1945-1950484 Development of child guidance in the United States, c.1945-1950485 Dissociation [incomplete], c.1945-1950486 Expansiveness of the self [incomplete], c.1945-1950487 Freud, c.1945-1950488 Fundamentals of the Freudian wish, c.1945-1950489 re Genetic and dynamic principles in psychological technique [incomplete], c.1945-1950490 re Genuineness of pain [incomplete], c.1945-1950491 re H. G. Wells [incomplete], c.1945-1950492 re Neurosis [incomplete], c.1945-1950493 On Causality, c.1945-1950494 Personality study, c.1945-1950495 Projection, c.1945-1950496 re Psychoanalytic concept of mental disease [incomplete], c.1945-1950497 re Psychoanalytic practice [incomplete], c.1945-1950498 Repetitive compulsion, c.1945-1950499 re Role of the family in childhood development [incomplete], c.1945-19504100 Social practice and mental medicine, c.1945-19504101 Sublimation, c.1945-19504102 re Transference [incomplete], c.1945-19504103 Emergence of psychiatry [incomplete], 21 March 19414104 Crime and punishment, 22 April 19434105 re Social welfare agencies [incomplete], c.1944-19454106 Psychiatry, an instrument of personal and social rehabilitation, 19454107 Child guidance in the atomic age [incomplete], c.19464108 On sharing the therapeutic task of psychiatry, c.19474109 re Childhood security [incomplete], c.19484110 Social psychopathology, 19484111 Schizophrenia, 19504112 Social psychopathology, c.19504113 Toward personal and social integrity, c.1950s4114 Psychiatry in these times, c.19504115 Child psychiatry - residents manual, 1950-19544116 Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy - meeting notes, 1952 University of North Carolina4117 Correspondence, 1956-19644118 Curriculum - first, second, and third year, c.1956-19634119 Teaching, c.1956-19634120 Notes, c.1956-19634121 Aggression in the criminal law, c.1956-19634122 Attitudes of security and insecurity, c.1956-19634123 Basic concepts - lecture two, c.1956-19634124 Biological basis of human nature, c.1956-19634125 Concept of anxiety, c.1956-19634126 Concept of social work [incomplete], c.1956-19634127 Concerning psycho-therapeutics, c.1956-19634128 re Crime and mental health [incomplete], c.1956-19634129 Criminal in phantasy, c.1956-19634130 re Criminology and psychiatry [incomplete], c.1956-19634131 Drama, c.1956-19634132 Dynamic and economic bases of the neuroses - lecture I [incomplete], c.1956-19634133 re Epilepsy [incomplete], c.1956-19634134 Examination for aphasic patients, c.1956-19634135 re Freudian principles which form a basis for concept of a disease [incomplete], c.1956-19634136 Frustration and aggression, c.1956-19634137 Fundamentals of the "Freudian Wish", c.1956-19634138 General prognostic and prophylactic consideration, c.1956-19634139 Genesis of punishment, c.1956-19634140 Id-ego-super ego; basic concepts, c.1956-19634141 Individual psychotherapy - lecture four, c.1956-19634142 Instinct in Freudian psychology - lecture 2, c.1956-19634143 Instinctual-adaptational approach, c.1956-19634144 Integration, c.1956-19634145 Introduction to psychoanalysis, c.1956-19634146 Manifestations, the psychodynamics and the reintegrative possibilities in human psychopathology [incomplete], c.1956-19634147 re Maturity [incomplete], c.1956-19634148 Mechanisms of defense, c.1956-19634149 Mental mechanisms - lecture IV, c.1956-19634150 Minor and major concepts, c.1956-19634151 Motives, c.1956-19634152 Mutual (reciprocal) relations of the instincts, c.1956-19634153 re Neuroses [incomplete], c.1956-19634154 Notions about the family and psychiatric practice, c.1956-19634155 re Orientation in psychiatry [incomplete], c.1956-19634156 Orientation lectures to residents: II, c.1956-19634157 Parents and children in a changing society, c.1956-19634158 On Pathological syndromes, c.1956-19634159 re Patient's treatment [incomplete], c.1956-19634160 re Personality disorders and constitutional diseases [incomplete], c.1956-19634161 Plan of presentation of case material, c.1956-19634162 The practice of analytic group psychotherapy for husbands and wives [incomplete], c.1956-19634163 Preface to a series of cases, c.1956-19634164 re Prison reform [incomplete], c.1956-19634165 Processes of personality development, c.1956-19634166 Program for five years of psychiatric teaching of students of medicine and allied behavioral disciplines, c.1956-19634167 Projection, c.1956-19634168 The Psychiatric clinical approach, c.1956-19634169 The Psychiatric point of view, c.1956-19634170 Psychiatry and psychoanalysis, c.1956-19634171 re Psychoanalysis [incomplete], c.1956-19634172 Psychoanalysis objectives - outline, c.1956-19634173 Psychoanalytic psychiatry and child study, c.1956-19634174 Psychoanalytic psychology, c.1956-19634175 re Psychotherapy [incomplete], c.1956-19634176 Resistance of the law to psychology, c.1956-19634177 Sigmund Freud, c.1956-19634178 re Simon's contributions, c.1956-19634179 re Social aspects of mental disease, c.1956-19634180 re Socializing the instinctual components of human nature [incomplete], c.1956-19634181 #6 Society and prisons, c.1956-19634182 re Statistics on mental illness and its treatment in the United States [incomplete], c.1956-19634182 Theory of neuroses - outline, c.1956-19634183 #6 Thomas Mott Osborne and a new experiment in prison reform, c.1956-19634184 Toward a psychiatric orientation for the student of medicine and related behavioral disciplines, c.1956-19634185 re Training of social workers [incomplete], c.1956-196351 Two schools of though regarding working of instinct, c.1956-196352 Types of neurotic character defense, c.1956-196353 Types of socially maladjusted, c.1956-196354 What should replace aggression in criminal law? What should supersede the moral aversion of the judge and of society?, c.1956-196355 Glossary - Jacksonville, Fl - also APA glossary, 195756 Short history of contemporary psychosomatic medicine - outline, 195757 Social work, 195758 UNC Grand Rounds, 195859 Grand Rounds, 10 April 1958510 Influence of the evolutionary process and heredity on human behavior, 22 November 1958511 Drugs and psychotherapy - Hoch - 4 readings for residents, 1959512 Human ecology lectures, 1959513 Psychiatry and psychoanalysis - reflections and comments, 1959514 Psychological motive in physical action, 26 February 1959515 Dr. Lineberger reviewing book on sexual perversion to Dr. Glueck, 1 June 1959516 Personality of the therapist, 1959-1960517 Questions - second year students, 1959-1962518 Psychiatric clinical approach, c.1956-1962519 Psychiatry and the social sciences, c.1960520 Useful bibliography, c.1960521 Eight weeks' clinical training in pastoral care - John Umstead Hospital, Butner, NC, 1960522 Science and human welfare, 1960523 Student questions, 1960524 Psychoanalysis in psychiatric practice, 1962 Series 5: Speeches, Lectures, Addresses, 1917-c.1965525 Addresses - Dr. Glueck, 1922-1923526 Review of The Psychology of Special Abilities and Disabilities by Augusta F. Bronner (1917), c.1917527 Recent progress in determining the nature of crime and the character of criminals, 1917528 Civilization and its discontents, c.1920s529 On modern criminology, c.1920s530 Psycho-analysis and child guidance, c.1920s531 Speech to Denver Psychopathic Hospital [incomplete], c.1920s532 #97 Introduction to section on delinquency and correction at National Conference of Social Work, 1920533 #81 Psychopathic personality, 19 April 1922534 Some extra-curricular problems of the classroom, 1923535 The Junior Big Sisters [incomplete], 20 March 1923536 Mental Hygiene of Childhood, 18 April 1923537 Psychiatric treatment and probation [incomplete], May 1923538 Some extra-curricular problems of the classroom, 23 May 1923539 Scarborough teachers' meeting, 19 November 1923540 A Chapter in psychiatric prophylaxis, 1924541 Address before Philadelphia Psychiatric Association, 13 May 1924542 Relation of education to the problems of personality, 12 December 1924543 Clinical significance of religion, 1927544 Psycho-analytic approach - Yale lecture, 17 March 1927545 New understanding of child nature, 1928546 Punishment (capital punishment), 1929547 Cause and motive in health and disease, c.1930s548 Constructive potentialities of economic depression, c.1930s549 Current conceptions of schizophrenia and the insulin shock therapy, c.1930s550 Deterioration in dementia praecox, c.1930s551 Discussion of Dr. Zilboorg's paper, c.1930s552 Effect of the hypoglycemic therapy on the psychotic process, c.1930s553 Mental hazards of the economic depression, c.1930s554 Problem of schizophrenia in the light of recent experiences with pharmaceutical therapies, c.1930s555 Radio address [incomplete], c.1930s556 Reactions and behavior of schizophrenic patients treated with metrazol and camphor [incomplete], c.1930s557 Mental hygiene of family, 10 May 1930558 Some aspects of the mental hygiene of childhood, 1933559 Radio talk - notes and transcript, 18 April 1933560 Psychiatry and the criminal law, 1934561 Criteria for estimating the value of psychiatric service in the field of criminology, 1934562 Untitled - Buffalo City Hospital [incomplete], c.1935563 Some unconscious factors in a case of homicide, 1936564 Success and failure as conditioning influences, 13 February 1936565 Current conceptions of schizophrenia and the insulin shock therapy, c.1937566 Further considerations of the psychodynamics of shock therapy in psychopathological states [incomplete], c.1937567 Further observations of schizophrenia and the insulin shock therapy, c.1937568 Effect of the hypoglycemic therapy on the psychotic process, 1937569 Clinical experience with the hypoglycemic therapy of the psychoses [incomplete], 12 January 1937570 Further clinical observations on the hypoglycemic therapy of the psychoses - preliminary report no. II, c.1938571 re Irwin case [incomplete], c.1938-1939572 Symposium on schizophrenia - International Hospital Association, Toronto, 18-23 November 1939573 re Importance of parent and teacher in child development [incomplete], c.1940s574 On the selection of a mate - YMHA, 7 January 1940575 On war and psychiatry, c.1942576 Psychiatry, an instrument of personal and social rehabilitation, 1945577 re Ways to improve human relationships [incomplete], c.1948578 On sharing the therapeutic task of psychiatry, c.1950579 Introduction to a speech, c.1950s580 re Manic depression, schizophrenia, and psychopathic personality [incomplete], c.1950s581 Discussion of W. E. Oates' "The Uniqueness of psychiatry and religion", c.1955582 Society and prisons, c.1960s583 Schilder Memorial lecture [incomplete], c.1965 Series 6: Subject Files, c.1914-1963584 American Jewish Congress, 1939585 Bureau of Children's Guidance - annual report, 1922586 Carnegie Corporation - Division of Immigrant Heritages - Americanization study, 1919587-89 Child Study Association of America, Inc., 1922-1933 590 Conduct and its disorders by Charles Mercier, 1952591 Dorothea Dix Hospital, 1961-1963592 Executive Conference Group on the Scientific Integration of Business and Social Aims, 1931593 Federation for Child Study, 1925594 Freud, c.1959-1961595 Fromm-Reichmann, Frieda, c.1958596 Dr. Glueck's testimony at military trial, 19 October 1955597 Glueck, Sheldon and Eleanor, 1954-1963598 Guide for taking a patient's personal history, c.1920s599 Hillel House, 1959-19605100 Insulin and metrazol therapy, c.1930s5101 Robert Irwin case record, 19385102 Memorandum on the unadjusted child and the community, c.1920s5103 Mental hygiene legislation, c.19325104 Mercier, Charles, 19635105 Minor, Dr. William C. - biographical research, 19625106 National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, 19315107-109 National Committee for Mental Hygiene, 1918-19325110 National Committee for Mental Hygiene (Canada) - Mental Hygiene and the War bulletins, c.1940-19415111 New York Psychoanalytic Institute, c.1940s5112 New York Psychoanalytic Society, 19415113 New York School of Social Work, 19505114 Parents' Council of Philadelphia, 19285115 Patient evaluation guidelines, c.1920s5116 Peoples Institute - Committee on Unadjusted Children, 19175117 Prisons and prisoners, c.1920s5118 Professional relationships, 1958-19605119 Questions for immigrants, c.191461 Sakel, Manfred, 193762 Salmon, Thomas W., 1927-194863 Schilder, Paul, 1935-196064 Sing Sing Prison, 1919-194465 Southard, E. E., 196566 Symposium on Schizophrenia - study committee in psychiatry - International Hospital Association - notes, 18-23 November 193967-8 Symposiums, 1918-195969 U.S. Public Health Service - A Program for Mental Hygiene, c.1910s610 Welfare Council of New York City, 1938611 Westchester County Clinic, 1917-1918612 White, William Alanson, 1940-1961 Series 7: Writings, 1911-c.1965 Published613 "Contribution to the histopathology and pathogenesis of myoclonic-epilepsy" - with Gonzalo LaFora, 1911614 "Traumatic psychoses and post-traumatic psychopathic states", 1911615 "A contribution to the catamnestic study of the juvenile offender", 1912616 "A contribution to the study of psychogenesis in the psychoses", 1912617 "The mentally defective immigrant", 1913618 "The malingerer - a clinical study", 1915619 "Studies in forensic psychiatry", 1916620 "Recent progress in determining the nature of crime and the character of criminals", 1917621 "Some mental problems at Sing Sing", 1917622 "First report of the Subcommittee on Causation of Crime of the Division of Delinquents and Correction of the National Conference of Social Work", c.1918623 "Study of 608 admissions to Sing Sing prison" [incomplete], 1918624 "The problem of the individual delinquent", 1918625 "Psychiatric aims in the field of criminology", 1918626 "The functions of a mental clinic", 1918627 "Concerning prisoners", 1918Map Drawer 61 "Concerning prisoners" - charts and graphs, 1918628 "Special preparation of the psychiatric social worker", 1919629 "Therapeutic problems of a psychiatric clinic", 1920-1921630 "The concept 'nervous child'", 1923631 "Some extra-curricular problems of the classroom", 1924632 "Constructive possibilities of a mental hygiene of childhood", 1924633 "The psychopathology of childhood" [incomplete], 1925634 "Report on the Ninth International Prison Congress", 1926635 "The constitution and tendencies of the ego", 1928636 "The significance of parental attitudes for the destiny of the individual", 1928637 "Thomas W. Salmon and the child guidance movement", 1929638 "The psychology of sex in family life", 1930639 "Mental hygiene", 1932640 "Analytic psychiatry and criminology", 1932641 "Psychoanalysis in psychiatric practice", 1934642 "The psychiatric point of view", 1935643 "The puerperal psychoses", 1935644 "The induced hypoglycemic state in the treatment of the psychoses", 1936645 "The hypoglycemic state in the treatment of schizophrenia", 1936646 "Unconscious factors in a case of homicide" - P. R. Lehrman with discussion by Dr. Glueck, 1937647 Review of Problems in Prison Psychiatry by Wilson and Pescor, 1939648 "Contemporary issues in the relationship psychiatry and law", 1939649 "The reactions and behavior of schizophrenic patients treated with metrazol and camphor", 1939650 "The convulsive therapy in the affective disorders", 1940651 "Psychological motive in criminal action", 1940652 "Nature and scope of psychotherapy", 1940653 "Child guidance twenty years after", 1941654 "A critique of present day methods of treatment of alcoholism", 1942655 "The function of psychiatry in the garrison state", 1942656 "A note on war psychiatry", 1942657 "Social psychopathology", 1949658 "Regressive electric shock therapy" - with Harry Reiss and Louise E. Bernard, 1957659 "Psychoanalysis: reflections and comments", 1960660 Introduction to abridged edition of Morbid Fears and Compulsions by H. W. Frink, 1960661 "Sex offenses: a clinical approach", 1960662 Preface, foreword, and appendix "The Franks case" in 2nd enlarged edition of Twentieth Century Psychiatry by William A. White, c.196271 Glueck's corner - column in newsletter Serendipities, 1962-196572 "Remarks in honor of William Healy, M.D.", 1964 Translations by Dr. Glueck73 "Prison psychoses" - K. Wilmanns (1908), after 190874 "The history of prison psychoses" - Nietsche and Wilmanns (1911), after 191175 "Alcohol and criminality" - Olaf Kinberg (1913), after 191376-9 "Atypical children" - L. Scholz, Adalbert Gregor - translated by Glueck and Heber Butts (1919), after 1919710 "Outline of a psychoanalytic psychiatry" - Paul Schilder, 1927711 "The psychoanalysis of the total personality" - Franz Alexander (1927) [foreword only], after 1927712 "Chapter V - The Schizophrenias", 1937713-15 "Treatment and probable outcome in mental diseases" - Max Muller, 1938 Unpublished716 Dr. Glueck's plans for autobiographical writings, c.1960-1965717 re Testing immigrants for feeblemindedness [incomplete], c.1913718 Forty consecutive admissions to Sing Sing prison - chapter 5, c.1916719 Report on feebleminded prisoners [incomplete], c.1917720 Review of The Psychology of Special Abilities and Disabilities by Augusta F. Bronner (1917), c.1917721 Anomalous children [incomplete], c.1920s722 re Childhood maladjustment [incomplete], c.1920s723 re Delinquency [incomplete], c.1920s724 Dementia praecox, c.1920s725 re Dementia praecox [incomplete], c.1920s726 re Disorders of puberty and adolescence [incomplete], c.1920s727 Mental disease - abstract, c.1920s728 re Military neurological centers [incomplete], c.1920s729 re Moral insanity, c.1920s730 re Parental attitudes' influence on individual development [incomplete], c.1920s731 Psycho-analytic approach, c.1920s732 The psychopaths [incomplete], c.1920s733 re Punishing activity [incomplete], c.1920s734 re Significance of psychiatry and the mental hygiene movement [incomplete], c.1920s735 Sources of conflict within the family [incomplete], c.1920s736 Toxic psychoses - chapter X - draft [incomplete], c.1920s737 Working psychology, A - outline, c.1920s738 Recidivism and psychopathy - chapter 3, c.1920739 #21 Suggestions for the reorganization of the prison system of the state of New York, c.1920741 Bureau of Children's Guidance - annual report [incomplete], 1922742 re Childhood psychopathology [incomplete], c.1923743 "Psycho-analytic reflections on two youthful murderers", 1924744 Notes on Franz Alexander, Sandor Ferenci, and Hanns Sachs relating to autoplastic adaptation, 1925745 Current tendencies in social psychiatry - introductory chapter, c.1926-1927746 Report of the conference on the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency - abstracted by Dr. Glueck, 1929747 Clinical experience with the hypoglycemic therapy of the psychoses - abstract, c.1930s748 re Pentothol treatment [incomplete], c.1930s749 Psychiatry and the social sciences - Glueck and Paul Wander, c.1930s750 Summary of proceedings of first colloquium on Personality Investigation, c.1935751 Clinical experience with pharmacotherapy of schizophrenia [incomplete], c.1937752 re Results of insulin shock therapy [incomplete], c.1937753 Further clinical observations on the hypoglycemic therapy of the psychoses [incomplete], c.1937-1938754 re Hypoglycemic therapy [incomplete], c.1938755 re Insulin shock therapy [incomplete], c.1938756 Report on 46 cases of insulin shock therapy [incomplete], c.1938757 Explorations in personality, 1938758 re Aspects that determine human behavior [incomplete], c.1940s 759 The manic depressive psychoses - chapter VII - draft [incomplete], c.1940s760 re Obsessional neuroses [incomplete], c.1940s761 Preventive psychiatry [incomplete], c.1940s762 re Role of psychiatry in a democratic society, c.1940s763 re Treatment for schizophrenia [incomplete], c.1940s764 Manic depressive psychoses - chapter VII - draft, c.1940s81 Studies in criminology - the psychopathology of crime - preface, c.194582 Study of crime causation, c.1945-195083 Viewpoints on criminology and penology - a synthesis of classical and contemporary writers, c.195084 Concerning psychotherapeutics, c.1950s85 Education of a psychiatrist - notes, c.1950s86 re Manic attacks [incomplete], c.1950s87 re Neurotic character [incomplete], c.1950s88 re The Oedipus situation [incomplete], c.1950s89 Of prisons and prisoners - reflections and comments - foreword, c.1950s810 re Psychiatry and criminal law [incomplete], c.1950s811 re Simon's methods for treating hospitalized mental patients [incomplete], c.1950s812 Toward a psychiatric orientation for students of medicine and related behavioral disciplines, c.1950s813 White collar crime, c.1950s814 Review of "Social psychology of modern life" by Stewart Henderson Britt, 1950815 Biography and history as correctives of opinion, c.1953816 Review of "The study of behavior - Q technique - and its methodology" by William Stephenson, c.1953817 The psychiatrist's workshop - reflections and comments - notes, c.1953-1955818 What did William Healy mean by the term "individual delinquent"?, c.1956-1963819 Discussion of chapter 7, "Criminals" in Charles Mercier's "Crime and Criminals", c.1956-1963820 Recidivism, c.1956-1963821 re Grand rounds annual [incomplete], c.1958-1959822 The role of cause and motive in clinical psychiatry, c.1960s823 Some origins in child welfare - chapter I , c.1960s824 The Book of prefaces, c.1960 825 Some twentieth century landmarks of American psychiatry, c.1960826 Freud and the twentieth century, 1960827 The Human affair - reflections and comments, 1964740 re Childhood psychoses [incomplete], c.1922

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental health and the psychiatric make-up of criminals), his teaching work, and as an expert witness in the Leopold and Loeb murder trial.

    Series 1, Biographical (1903-1972), contains official documents, certifications, passports, resumes, bibliographies, and correspondence providing a summary of Dr. Glueck's personal and professional life (1903-1972). The papers offer insights into his early life in America before completing his medical education and the odd question of his actual birthdate. Correspondence covers the period from his formal retirement from private practice in 1947 until he suffered a stroke in 1965 when his career concluded. These letters complement correspondence from his work with the Veterans Administration in the Clinical Work series and the University of North Carolina held in the Teaching series. It is mostly concerned with family issues, publishers, and lectures given at conferences and for organizations such as the Commonwealth Fund and the New York School of Social Work. Clippings (1924-1965) collected by Dr. Glueck cover a range of topics central to his interests, including the Leopold and Loeb case, insulin shock therapy, juvenile offenders and prison reform, public mental health initiatives, and the doctor's own career.

    Series 2, Clinical Work (1908-1964) parallels and often overlaps information held in the Teaching series. Dr. Glueck maintained a career as a psychiatrist while also teaching at various institutions. His first professional work, with St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C. as a senior assistant physician (1908-1916), is described only through correspondence. His sabbatical to study with Drs. Krapelin and Ziehan in Germany in 1911 and his work as examiner of immigrants at Ellis Island (1912-1913) are tangentially addressed. The topic most well documented from this era is the motivations and process for the establishment of the Sing Sing Psychiatric clinic, which Dr. Glueck left St. Elizabeth's Hospital to found in July, 1916.

    His two years' work at Sing Sing (1916-1918) is extensively described through seven folders of correspondence. It begins with his transition to the prison, correspondence with the warden Thomas Mott Osborne, preparations for opening the clinic and hiring staff. Most frequent correspondents are other mental health or prison-related institutions such as the Thomas W. Salmon and the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, Westchester County Corrections, St. Elizabeth's Hospital and Dr. W. A. White, William Healy and the Judge Baker Foundation, as well as the New York School of Philanthropy and Columbia University relating to courses taught by Dr. Glueck.

    While at Sing Sing, Dr. Glueck also assisted in the creation of the Westchester Children's Clinic of the Department of Child Welfare. This endeavor is described through collected correspondence with Dr. Francis Shockley and case histories. A Westchester Clinic subject file holds several reports submitted by the Clinic. Additional material includes case histories of prison inmates, details of the clinic's activities, and examples of patient evaluation forms. His research into the character development of criminals is further elucidated in his publications of the period, found in the Writings series.

    The Sing Sing correspondence concludes with much attention to Thomas W. Salmon's efforts to convince Dr. Glueck to join the Army Medical Department and assist him in establishing psychiatric treatment services for soldiers. The collection barely describes this work beyond some letters in the Biographical series and a psychiatric hospital unit organization plan.

    His work with patients from 1918 to the establishment of Stony Lodge in 1928 lacks documentation in this collection. A number of case histories from the early 1920s, which were used for teaching purposes, are the most substantial contributions to this era.

    Similarly, Stony Lodge case records describe patients treated with insulin shock therapy, something not undertaken by the clinic until 1936, leaving the period from 1928 through 1935 undocumented. Correspondence (1929-1945) concentrates on Dr. Glueck's lecturing and professional activities with outside organizations such as the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, Child Study Association of America, and New York School of Social Work, as well as publishers and mental health organizations. Very little correspondence addresses clinic activities, though there are some few notes and data from this era about insulin shock therapy. Most notable among them is a notebook kept by Dr. Glueck when he visited Dr. Manfred Sakel's Vienna clinic in 1936 to learn about insulin shock therapy technique.

    Dr. Glueck continued working after his retirement from Stony Lodge in 1947. His work as Chair of the Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy, Inc. in 1952-1953 is only hinted at in some seminar transcripts from 1951. He also worked part time as a psychiatrist on the staff of the mental hygiene clinic at the Veterans Administration (1950-1956) in Montrose, New York, and Washington, D.C. Some slight correspondence is augmented by transcripts of staff development meeting which used veteran case histories to teach therapeutic techniques (1955-1956).

    The last non-teaching professional work documented in the collection is his work as a consultant with the North Carolina Hospitals Board of Control (1959-1964). Correspondence covers his duties visiting and evaluating the psychiatric programs at North Carolina's state hospitals. A board-produced report on mental illness hospitalization in North Carolina completes this activity's material.

    Series 3, Leopold and Loeb Case (1924-1955), consists of notes, psychiatric reports, and court transcripts from the Leopold and Loeb trial. Probably because of his national reputation for research into the influences contributing to the criminal mind and the role played by childhood development along with his longstanding professional relationship with Dr. William Alanson White, Dr. Glueck interviewed and evaluated Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb in order to testify for the defense before sentence was imposed on the two murderers. Dr. White, with William Healy, Karl Bowman and H. S. Hulbert, also evaluated the defendants. Included here are the final evaluations submitted by Glueck, White, Healy, and Bowman and Hulbert, along with preliminary examination notes taken by Dr. Glueck and Dr. Healy.

    Series 4, Lectures/Teaching (c.1918-c.1963) constitutes the largest portion of the collection. Dr. Glueck began lecturing about the psychology and development of criminals to assist social work at Columbia University and the New York School of Philanthropy while he was still working at Sing Sing. Very few lectures and supporting information exist from this 1917-1918 work. Close to 300 complete and partial lectures, however, substantiate his activities from 1919-1915 at Columbia University, the New School for Social Research and, primarily, at the Bureau of Child Guidance of the New York School of Social Work. These social work training classes address the basic principles of psychology, child development, and psychotherapy.

    While conducting Stony Lodge, Dr. Glueck continued teaching although documentation fails to identify at which specific institution except for a series of lectures given at the New School for Social Research in 1937-1938. This smaller set of lectures continues with developmental psychology and criminology but also addresses shock treatment for schizophrenia, which was an interest of Dr. Glueck's during the 1930s. For the last half of the 1940s he taught similar courses at the New York College of Medicine which is reflected in another small set of lectures.

    After his formal retirement from Stony Lodge and some work with the Veterans Administration, Dr. Glueck taught as clinical professor of psychiatry at the North Carolina School of Medicine (1956-1963). About 50 lectures represent the topics he taught.

    Series 5, Speeches (1917-c.1965) were given at meetings, conferences, and to various charitable social organizations simultaneous with his teaching and clinical work. Topically they cover much the same ground as his teaching but on a slightly less technical level.

    Series 6, Subject Files (c.1914-1963), pertain mainly to mental health organizations with which Dr. Glueck was affiliated. A few files focus on persons significant in his career, such as William A. White, Manfred Sakel, Thomas W. Salmon, and his brother, Sheldon Glueck. Some few additional files provide guidelines Dr. Glueck used in patient and immigrant evaluations and also documentation for some topics he researched for writing projects.

    Series 7, Writings (1911-c.1965) are divided between articles and translations which were published and articles whose publication and date is uncertain. Dr. Glueck's writings closely parallel his professional interests as they evolved throughout his career. His wrote about psychopathies while working at St. Elizabeth's hospital, then segued to immigrants' mental conditions while at Ellis Island. Much of his output thereafter about criminality, psychoanalysis, and childhood development was informed from patients at Sing Sing prison and in social work, though he wrote about insulin shock therapy conducted at Stony Lodge in the 1930s. In addition to his own original writing, Dr. Glueck translated eight German psychological works (1908-1937) into English.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Series 1: Personal and Biographical, 1903-1972 [series]:
    1 1
    Biography, 1903-1972
    1 2
    Personal identification, 1939-1963
    1 3
    Notes on Edward Glover lectures, 1927
    1 4-6
    Personal correspondence, 1947-1965
    1 7
    Clippings, 1924-1965
     
    Series 2: Psychiatric Practice and Clinical Work, 1908-1964 [series]:
    1 8
    Department of the Interior - Government Hospital for the Insane - correspondence, 1908-1916
     
    Sing Sing Prison Psychiatric Clinic [subseries]:
    1 9
    Case histories [diagnostic summaries], 1916-1918
    1 10
    "The activities of the clinic", c.1917
    1 11
    First quarterly report of the Division for Rehabilitation of the Social Service Bureau [incomplete], c.1917
    1 12
    Yerkes-Bridges point scale examination - record blank, 1917
    1 13
    Accounts of inmates treated at the Sing Sing clinic, c.1918
    1 14-20
    Correspondence, 1916-1918
     
    Childrens' Clinic of the Department of Child Welfare, Westchester County, New York [subseries]:
    1 21
    Francis M. Shockley correspondence, 1917
    1 22
    Juvenile case records [diagnostic summaries], c.1917-1918
    1 23
    Lecture III - discussion of 'complex'- outline, c.1917-1918
    1 24
    U.S. Army Medical Corps - psychiatric hospital unit personnel, c.1918
    1 25
    Case histories [diagnostic summaries], c.1920s
    1 26
    Professional correspondence, 1926-1927
     
    Stony Lodge Hospital [subseries]:
    1 27
    Case histories [diagnostic summaries], c.1930s
    1 28
    Outcome five years after admission - data, c.1930s
    1 29
    Notebook on insulin coma Rx, 1936
    1 30
    Dr. Metzger's notes, c.1937
    1 31
    Consultation with Dr. Lichtwitz on spontaneous hypoglycemia, c.1937
    1 32-33
    Correspondence, 1929-1945
    1 34
    Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy, Inc. - correspondence, 1951
     
    Veterans Administration [subseries]:
    1 35
    Staff development material - staff development meetings, 1955-1956
    1 36
    Correspondence, 1950-1955
     
    North Carolina Hospitals Board of Control [subseries]:
    1 37
    Trends in hospitalization for mental illness, 1961
    1 38
    Correspondence, 1959-1964
     
    Series 3: Conduct and Its Disorder (Leopold and Loeb Case), 1924-1955 [series]:
    2 1
    Report of preliminary neuro-psychiatric examination by Karl M. Bowman, M.D. of Boston, and H. S. Hulbert, M.D. of Chicago, 1924
    2 2
    The Loeb-Leopold case - speech of Clarence Darrow - transcript [incomplete], 1924
    2 3
    Report of Dr. Bernard Glueck - the Franks case - a psychiatric diagnosis and interpretation of the two defendants, 1924
    2 4
    Dr. Glueck's notes on defendants, 1924
    2 5
    Data and opinion in the case of Nathan F. Leopold, Jr., by William Healy, M.D., 14 July 1924
    2 6
    William Healy's notes from examination of Leopold and Loeb, 1924
    2 7
    Testimony of Dr. William Healy - transcript [incomplete], 1924
    2 8
    The Franks case - a psychiatric diagnosis and interpretation of the two defendants - William A. White, 1924
    2 9
    Mental status of Richard Loeb - report, 1924
    2 10
    Joint report - Nathan F. Leopold, Jr. and Richard Loeb - by William A. White, William Healy, Bernard Glueck, Ralph C. Hamill [incomplete], 1924
    2 11
    People of the State of Illinois vs. Nathan F. Leopold, Jr. and Richard Loeb - transcript, 23 July 1924
    2 12
    People of the State of Illinois vs. Nathan F. Leopold, Jr. and Richard Loeb - transcript, 25 July 1924
    2 13
    Clipping, 1955
     
    Series 4: Lectures and Teaching, c.1918-c.1963 [series]:
     
    New York School of Philanthropy [subseries]:
    2 14
    Correspondence, 1918-1919
    2 15
    Plan of course lectures, c.1918-1919
    2 16
    Notes, c.1910s
    2 17
    re Factors contributing to criminal behavior [incomplete], c.1918
    2 18
    re Hebephrenia [incomplete], c.1918
    2 19
    re The role of a social worker [incomplete], c.1919
     
    College of Physicians and Surgeons/Columbia Univ. [subseries]:
    2 20
    Alcoholic paranoia, c.1910s
    2 21
    Dementia praecox - notes, c.1910s
    2 22
    The dynamics of behavior, c.1910s
    2 23
    Ego complex, c.1910s
     
    New York School for Social Work, Department of Mental Hygiene / New School of Social Research [subseries]:
    2 24
    Bureau of Child Guidance, c.1922-1925
    2 25-26
    Juvenile case records [diagnostic summaries], 1922
    2 27
    Memorandum - summer school lectures, 1922
    2 28
    Courses taught by Dr. Glueck, 1918-24, c.1924
    2 29
    Course 24 - examination questions, 1923
    2 30
    Curriculum plans and bibliographies, 1923, undated
    2 31
    List of lectures, c.1920s
    2 32
    Reading lists - by topic, c.1925
    2 33
    Student comments on a course [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 34-35
    Notes, c.1920s
    2 36
    re Adjustment to society [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 37
    re Administration vs. treatment of prisoners [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 38
    re Aggression [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 39
    Active therapy - lecture VII, c.1920s
    2 40
    re Alcohol [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 41
    Alcoholism, c.1920s
    2 42
    Alcoholism and the alcoholic mental disorders, c.1920s
    2 43
    Anamnesis [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 44
    re Approach to child life [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 45
    Arrests of personality development, c.1920s
    2 46-47
    Authority, c.1920s
    2 48
    Autonomic system, c.1920s
    2 49
    re Basis of anxiety [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 50
    #99 Basis of personality and conduct - outline, c.1920s
    2 51
    Behavior, c.1920s
    2 52
    Biological, anatomical, psychological and sociological background of behavior - lecture II, c.1920s
    2 53
    The birth trauma [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 54
    Brief note on the Oedipan situation, c.1920s
    2 55
    Cases of ego and sex adjustments in boy and girl [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 56
    re Categories of personal maladjustment [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 57
    #71 III. Causes and treatment of crime, c.1920s
    2 58
    re Causes of psychoses [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 59
    Characterology and typology, c.1920s
    2 60
    re Child guidance movement [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 61
    Child-parent and child-teacher relationship, c.1920s
    2 62
    Child psychology and psychopathology - first lecture, c.1920s
    2 63
    re Child training [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 64
    Childhood [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 65
    re Childhood psychopathology [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 66
    Classification of mental diseases, c.1920s
    2 67
    Classification of the neuroses - Lecture III [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 68
    Clinical approach [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 69
    Clinical recognition of nervous diseases, with special reference to immigration inspection, c.1920s
    2 70
    Clinical psychiatry - course outline, c.1920s
    2 71
    re Compulsion neurosis [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 72
    re Concepts of psychoanalytic theory [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 73
    #91 Concerning parental attitudes, c.1920s
    2 74
    re Conditioning influences on childhood character [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 75
    Conflict and its resolution [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 76
    Consideration of human personality continued - lecture III - outline, c.1920s
    2 77
    Coordination of movement, c.1920s
    2 78
    Course in mental hygiene - outline, c.1920s
    2 79
    Criminal of reality, c.1920s
    2 80
    Criminology, c.1920s
    2 81-82
    re Criminology [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 83
    Day dreaming, c.1920s
    2 84
    re Dealing with resistances [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 85
    Defense mechanisms - chapter III, c.1920s
    2 86
    Definition of psychopath in former lectures - outline, c.1920s
    2 87
    Degeneracy and its psychoses, c.1920s
    2 88
    Delinquency, c.1920s
    2 89
    Delinquency as a reflection of certain social settings, c.1920s
    2 90
    re Dementia praecox [incomplete], c.1920s
    2 91
    Dementia praecox - notes, c.1920s
    3 1
    Dementia praecox group - general questions, c.1920s
    3 2
    re Development of the criminal [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 3
    re Development of the emotions and the will [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 4
    Development of the nervous system, c.1920s
    3 5
    re Different "selfs" of personality [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 6
    Difficulties in personality study, c.1920s
    3 7
    re Difficulty in diagnosing borderline mental disorders [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 8
    Disorders of consciousness [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 9
    Dissociation, c.1920s
    3 10
    Dividing line between mental health and mental disease- lecture II - outline, c.1920s
    3 11
    Drug addiction- morphism, c.1920s
    3 12
    Dynamics of behavior, c.1920s
    3 13
    Ego, c.1920s
    3 14
    re Ego complex [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 15
    Ego formation - outline, c.1920s
    3 16
    Elements of human behavior, c.1920s
    3 17
    re Environmental and constitutional causes of maladjustment [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 18
    Etiology of the neuroses - lecture II, c.1920s
    3 19
    re Examination and trial of criminals [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 20
    re Exercise therapy [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 21
    Family configurations in human maladjustment, c.1920s
    3 22
    Feebleminded, c.1920s
    3 23
    re Feebleminded children [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 24
    Feeblemindedness, c.1920s
    3 25
    re Feeblemindedness [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 26
    Foundations and applications of psycho-analysis, c.1920s
    3 27
    Four fundamental wishes [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 28
    From psychiatry to psychoanalysis - lecture I, c.1920s
    3 29
    Fundamental nervous disorders of children, c.1920s
    3 30
    General paresis, c.1920s
    3 31
    General symptomalogy, c.1920s
    3 32
    General theory of the neuroses - lecture I, c.1920s
    3 33
    re The genetic, dynamic, and the economic principle [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 34
    Gross outline of nervous diseases [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 35
    Heredity and physical well being - lecture III, c.1920s
    3 36
    History and treatment of syphilis - outline, c.1920s
    3 37
    History taking [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 38
    Hope and fear, c.1920s
    3 39
    re Human behavior [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 40
    Human equipment and its uses, c.1920s
    3 41
    Human machine and its uses, c.1920s
    3 42
    Hysteria - fourth lecture [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 43
    Imagination of hysterical children [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 44
    re Insanity as the individual's adaptation to life [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 45
    Instinct in Freudian psychology, c.1920s
    3 46
    Instinctive behavior of man, c.1920s
    3 47
    re Instincts [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 48
    Intake and use of energy, c.1920s
    3 49
    Integration of psychoanalytic formulations, c.1920s
    3 50
    Intelligence of the feebleminded, c.1920s
    3 51
    Intoxication psychoses, c.1920s
    3 52
    Introduction of psychoanalysis and mental hygiene, c.1920s
    3 53
    Introduction to the principles of social work, c.1920s
    3 54
    Introductory lecture - outline, c.1920s
    3 55
    Last century in psychiatric research, c.1920s
    3 56
    Libido in melancholia, c.1920s
    3 57
    35A Life force against death force, c.1920s
    3 58
    Life worth living [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 59
    re Limits of psychoanalysis, c.1920s
    3 60
    re Local brain atrophies, c.1920s
    3 61
    Man's equipment and adaptation - lecture II, c.1920s
    3 62
    Manic depressive - notes, c.1920s
    3 63
    Manic depressive psychoses, c.1920s
    3 64
    Man's unconscious, c.1920s
    3 65
    re Marital syphilis [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 66
    Mechanistic vs. the responsive [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 67
    Memorandum for case discussion group, c.1920s
    3 68
    re Mental benefits of physical activity [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 69
    Mental disease among the ancients [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 70
    Mental disorders - lecture V, c.1920s
    3 71
    Mental health and mental diseases - lecture II [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 72
    Mental hygiene, c.1920s
    3 73
    re Mental hygiene and child guidance [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 74
    Mental hygiene and child life [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 75
    #108 Mental hygiene and social practice, c.1920s
    3 76
    re Mental Hygiene movement [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 77
    re Mental Hygiene movement [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 78
    Mental mechanisms - lecture VI, c.1920s
    3 79
    Mental mechanisms (continued) - lecture IV, c.1920s
    3 80
    Mental measures, c.1920s
    3 81
    Mind-loss group - personality deterioration, c.1920s
    3 82
    re Misapplication of social work [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 83
    re Mistakes analysts make [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 84
    re Moral perversity [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 85
    re Morally defective children [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 86
    The Morally inferior [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 87
    Narcissism, c.1920s
    3 88
    Nature of refinement and sublimation, c.1920s
    3 89
    re Need of increasing efficiency of neurologic clinics to meet growing demand [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 90
    Nervous system, c.1920s
    3 91
    re The nervous system and human behavior, c.1920s
    3 92
    re Neuroses [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 93
    re Neuroses and causation [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 94
    Neurotic character, c.1920s
    3 95
    Neurotic character [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 96
    re Neurotic character [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 97
    re Neurotic character [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 98
    Neurotic character and the pervert, a clinical study, c.1920s
    3 99
    re Normal, neurotic, and psychotic [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 100
    Not bright, c.1920s
    3 101
    Notes on lectures in mental hygiene, c.1920s
    3 102
    Objective manifestations in nervous and mental diseases, c.1920s
    3 103
    Objective psychobiology - first year course- outline, c.1920s
    3 104
    #70 II. Observations from the standpoint of the individual, c.1920s
    3 105
    Obsessional neuroses, c.1920s
    3 106
    On narcissism: an introduction, c.1920s
    3 107
    On the uses of mind - outline, c.1920s
    3 108
    re Opening phases of analysis - lecture IV, c.1920s
    3 109
    Organic nervous diseases - diseases of the spinal cord, c.1920s
    3 110
    #107, 90, 21 Organization of the state Dept. of Mental Hygiene, c.1920s
    3 111
    Paranoia, c.1920s
    3 112
    Paranoia type of functional disorder, c.1920s
    3 113
    Paraphrenia, c.1920s
    3 114
    re Parental discipline [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 115
    Parents and children [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 116
    Paresis, c.1920s
    3 117
    Paresis - causation - home and companions, c.1920s
    3 118
    Personality study, c.1920s
    3 119
    Phenomenology of ego experiences [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 120
    Phylogenetic considerations - instinct- the unconscious - mental mechanism - lecture III [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 121
    Place of psychoanalysis in social work, c.1920s
    3 122
    Pleasure and reality principles [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 123
    #39 Practical social application of psychoanalytic viewpoints - lecture IV the task of education, c.1920s
    3 124
    Presenile senile, arteriosclerotic mental disorders - outline, c.1920s
    3 125
    Prevention [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 126
    Principles of psychoanalysis and the practical results that may be achieved through this procedure, c.1920s
    3 127
    Problems of disturbed human relations- lecture I, c.1920s
    3 128
    Proposed classification of mental diseases, c.1920s
    3 129
    Psychiatry and criminology [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 130
    Psychoanalysis and its possibilities [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 131
    Psychoanalysis and mental hygiene - lecture I [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 132
    re Psychoanalytic theory [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 133
    Psychological attitude, c.1920s
    3 134
    Psychology and psychopathology of the child - first lecture, c.1920s
    3 135
    Psychoneuroses - hysteria, c.1920s
    3 136
    #66 Psychopathic personality and the criminal, c.1920s
    3 137
    Psychotherapy, c.1920s
    3 38
    Psychosis and neurosis - outline, c.1920s
    3 139
    Pubescent disorders [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 140
    Purposive nature of behavior [lecture no. 3], c.1920s
    3 141
    Reactive depressions, c.1920s
    3 142
    re Reactive manifestations [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 143
    Recapitulation - lecture III, c.1920s
    3 144
    Reciprocal relations of the instincts, c.1920s
    3 145
    re Relation of immigration to crime, c.1920s
    3 146
    Relation of mental hygiene to social practice, c.1920s
    3 147
    re Role of educator in child development [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 148
    re Role of heredity in psychological development [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 149
    re Role of parents and teachers in preventing maladjustment [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 150
    re Role of social work [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 151
    Role of the psychiatrist in a child-guidance clinic, c.1920s
    3 152
    re Roots of criminality - lecture II [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 153
    Schizophrenias [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 154
    Schizophrenic (dementia praecox group), c.1920s
    3 155
    Self preservation and race preservation instincts - lecture I?, c.1920s
    3 156
    Self-preservative instinct in the psychoses of life-prisoners, c.1920s
    3 157
    Sensory conditions [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 158
    Significance of parental attitudes for the destiny of the individual [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 159
    re Significance of psychiatry and the mental hygiene movement [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 160
    Social phenomenas, c.1920s
    3 161
    Social provision for the elimination of the accidental factor [syphilis], c.1920s
    3 162
    Social treatment of the socially maladjusted, c.1920s
    3 163
    re Social work and study of human nature [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 164
    Some of the sources of marital discontent, c.1920s
    3 165
    Some problems of adolescence, c.1920s
    3 166
    re Speech [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 167
    re Substituting treatment for administration regarding criminals [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 168
    re Suicide [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 169
    re Suicide [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 170
    Summary of preceding two lectures, c.1920s
    3 171
    Summary of role of complex, c.1920s
    3 172
    re Symptoms of dementia praecox [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 173
    Symptoms of mental disorder - lecture V - p. 1 only, c.1920s
    3 174
    re Symptoms of mental disorders [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 175-176
    Syphilis, c.1920s
    3 177
    Syphilitic mental disorders, c.1920s
    3 178
    re Teachers' treatment of children with mental disorders [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 179
    re Teaching psychopathic children [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 180
    Tendency to act, c.1920s
    3 181
    Terminal phases, c.1920s
    3 182
    re Therapeutic principles [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 183
    Thomas, c.1920s
    3 184
    Toxic exhaustion psychoses, c.1920s
    3 185
    Training for psychiatric social work - course 61 - outline, c.1920s
    3 186
    Training of the emotions and the will [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 187
    Transference, c.1920s
    3 188
    Transference neurosis - lecture V, c.1920s
    3 189
    Treatment [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 190
    Treatment [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 191
    Treatment and prognosis of situation [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 192
    Type of presentation - paresis, syphilis, c.1920s
    3 193
    re Types of psychotherapy [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 194
    Unconscious [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 195
    Unconscious - the foreconscious - the instincts [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 196
    Use of hypnosis - outline, c.1920s
    3 197
    re Value of parole services [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 198
    re Value of psychoanalysis [incomplete], c.1920s
    3 199
    Vegetative nervous system, c.1920s
    3 200
    Wish - its gratifications, c.1920s
    3 201
    Notes on a course in mental hygiene for social workers, 1919
    3 202
    Notes on clinical psychiatry, c.1920
    3 203
    Relation of psychiatry to social work, c.1920
    3 204
    Types of issues met with - paper 22, c.1920
    3 205
    Human behavior and its disorders, 22 September 1920
    3 206
    Special features of physiology of nervous system - course 23, 29 September 1920
    3 207
    Book of lecture outlines, 29 September 1920-25 April 1921
    3 208
    Unconscious dissociation - the complex - course 23, 6 October 1920
    3 209
    General nature of mental disease - course 23, 3 November 1920
    3 210
    Disorders of perception, hallucinations - course 23, 8 November 1920
    3 211
    Disorders of consciousness, memory, and attention - course 23, 10 November 1920
    3 212
    Disorders of judgment, delusions, paranoia, and disorders of the emotions - course 23, 15 November 1920
    3 213
    Disorders of volition - course 23, 17 November 1920
    3 214
    Syphilis - course 23, 24 November 1920
    3 215
    Arteriosclerosis, senile dementia - course 23, 8 December 1920
    3 216
    Personality development, 20 December 1920
    3 217
    Ego instincts and psychopathology [incomplete], 1921
    3 218
    Mind twist - course 23, 3 January 1921
    3 219
    Symptoms of dementia praecox - course 23, 10 January 1921
    3 220
    Manic depressive disorder - course 23, 24 January 1921
    3 221
    Manic depression- course 23, 26 January 1921
    3 222
    Conditioning influences in the life of the individual, 29 April 1921
    3 223
    Syphilis and paresis manifestations of mental disorder - lecture V, 6 May 1921
    3 224
    Socially maladjusted - lecture VI, 13 May 1921
    3 225
    Psychoneuroses - lecture VII, 18 May 1921
    3 226-227
    Construction and organization of the human personality - lecture III, 6 July 1922
    3 228
    Conditioning influences of the personality - lecture IV and V, 12 July 1922
    4 1
    Scope and manifestations of psychopathology - lecture VI, 19 July 1922
    4 2
    Neuroses and psycho-neuroses - lecture VII, 20 July 1922
    4 3
    Examination - course 24, 1923
    4 4
    Teaching seminar transcripts, 1923
    4 5
    Fifth session - course 61, November 1923
    4 6
    Race hygiene and heredity [incomplete], 12 December 1924
    4 7
    Compensations of illness [incomplete], c.1925
    4 8
    #43 Constructive suggestions as regards child-parent and child-teacher relationships [incomplete], c.1925
    4 9
    Fairhope plan, 1925
    4 10
    Mental hygiene and education, 27 April 1925
     
    External Teaching during Stony Lodge Era [subseries]:
    4 11
    Jewish psychotherapy - student reports, 1928
    4 12
    Criminology - reading list, 1931
    4 13
    Third year psychiatry - lecture outlines, 1933
    4 14
    Plan for second year - outline, c.1930s
    4 15
    Notes, c.1930s
    4 16
    re Basic conflict - adjusting to society [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 17
    The Biodynamics of conduct in health and disease - summation of course [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 18
    re Causes of criminality [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 19
    re Contributions of psychoanalytic psychiatry [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 20
    re Criminology [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 21
    Discussion of Dr. Wender's paper, c.1930s
    4 22
    Freud's cultural orientation, c.1930s
    4 23
    Hospital experience with psychoanalytic therapy, c.1930s
    4 24
    The integration of psychoanalytic formulations [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 25
    Introjection, c.1930s
    4 26
    Manic depressive psychoses, c.1930s
    4 27
    re Mental life of the child [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 28
    Nature and scope of psychotherapy, c.1930s
    4 29
    re Nervous system [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 30
    On causation and psychotherapy [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 31
    On the meaning of psychiatry [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 32
    Presentation of a case of camptocormia with other compulsive phenomena, c.1930s
    4 33
    re Prevention of criminalism [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 34
    Psychiatric contributions to the psychology of personality, c.1930s
    4 35
    re Psychoanalytic hospital, c.1930s
    4 36
    Psychology of suicide, c.1930s
    4 37
    Schizophrenias - chapter V, c.1930s
    4 38
    Significance of mental hygiene in the study and guidance of the child, c.1930s
    4 39
    re Symptoms of schizophrenia [incomplete], c.1930s
    4 40
    Transference neurosis - lecture V, c.1930s
    4 41
    Genetic principle, c.1930
    4 42
    re Family influences on the development of a child [incomplete], 1930
    4 43
    Psychiatry and the social sciences, c.1931
    4 44
    Hospital experience with psychoanalytic therapy, 1932
    4 45
    re Place of psychoanalysis in social work, c.1933
    4 46
    #100 Neurotic character, 1933
    4 47
    re Study of schizophrenic patients [incomplete], c.1934
    4 48
    #40 Psychiatry and the criminal law [incomplete], 1934
    4 49
    Criteria for estimating the value of psychiatric service in the field of criminology, 1934
    4 50
    Psychoanalytical thoughts on the clinical manifestations of induced hypoglycemia [incomplete], c.1936
    4 51
    re Human constitution [incomplete], c.1936
    4 52
    Human conduct and its disorders - outline, 3 February 1936
    4 53
    New School lecture, c.1937
    4 54
    New School lecture, 26 October 1937
    4 55
    New School lecture, 9 November 1937
    4 56
    New School lecture, 16 November 1937
    4 57
    New School lecture, 23 November 1937
    4 58-66
    re Insulin shock therapy [incomplete], c.1937-1938
    4 67
    re Types of schizophrenias and shock treatments [incomplete], c.1937-1938
    4 68
    re Causes of schizophrenia recurrence [incomplete], c.1938
    4 69
    Clinical experiences with chemotherapy of schizophrenia, c.1938
    4 70
    The concept of schizophrenia in the light of pharmaceutical therapies [incomplete], c.1938
    4 71
    Convulsive therapy in the affective psychoses [incomplete], c.1938
    4 72
    Dementia praecox [incomplete], c.1938
    4 73
    Deterioration in dementia praecox, c.1938
    4 74
    New School lecture, c.1938
    4 75
    New School lecture, 11 January 1938
    4 76
    New School lecture, 19 April 1938
    4 77
    Conditions of personality growth - lecture I, c.1938
    4 78
    Residual personality disorders in schizophrenic patients treated with insulin and metrazol therapy, c.1938
     
    New York Medical College [subseries]:
    4 79
    Case records for teaching, c.1917-1952
    4 80
    Anxiety [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 81
    re Autonomic system [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 82
    Causes of dissociation [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 83
    re Cultural environment [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 84
    Development of child guidance in the United States, c.1945-1950
    4 85
    Dissociation [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 86
    Expansiveness of the self [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 87
    Freud, c.1945-1950
    4 88
    Fundamentals of the Freudian wish, c.1945-1950
    4 89
    re Genetic and dynamic principles in psychological technique [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 90
    re Genuineness of pain [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 91
    re H. G. Wells [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 92
    re Neurosis [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 93
    On Causality, c.1945-1950
    4 94
    Personality study, c.1945-1950
    4 95
    Projection, c.1945-1950
    4 96
    re Psychoanalytic concept of mental disease [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 97
    re Psychoanalytic practice [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 98
    Repetitive compulsion, c.1945-1950
    4 99
    re Role of the family in childhood development [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 100
    Social practice and mental medicine, c.1945-1950
    4 101
    Sublimation, c.1945-1950
    4 102
    re Transference [incomplete], c.1945-1950
    4 103
    Emergence of psychiatry [incomplete], 21 March 1941
    4 104
    Crime and punishment, 22 April 1943
    4 105
    re Social welfare agencies [incomplete], c.1944-1945
    4 106
    Psychiatry, an instrument of personal and social rehabilitation, 1945
    4 107
    Child guidance in the atomic age [incomplete], c.1946
    4 108
    On sharing the therapeutic task of psychiatry, c.1947
    4 109
    re Childhood security [incomplete], c.1948
    4 110
    Social psychopathology, 1948
    4 111
    Schizophrenia, 1950
    4 112
    Social psychopathology, c.1950
    4 113
    Toward personal and social integrity, c.1950s
    4 114
    Psychiatry in these times, c.1950
    4 115
    Child psychiatry - residents manual, 1950-1954
    4 116
    Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy - meeting notes, 1952
     
    University of North Carolina [subseries]:
    4 117
    Correspondence, 1956-1964
    4 118
    Curriculum - first, second, and third year, c.1956-1963
    4 119
    Teaching, c.1956-1963
    4 120
    Notes, c.1956-1963
    4 121
    Aggression in the criminal law, c.1956-1963
    4 122
    Attitudes of security and insecurity, c.1956-1963
    4 123
    Basic concepts - lecture two, c.1956-1963
    4 124
    Biological basis of human nature, c.1956-1963
    4 125
    Concept of anxiety, c.1956-1963
    4 126
    Concept of social work [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 127
    Concerning psycho-therapeutics, c.1956-1963
    4 128
    re Crime and mental health [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 129
    Criminal in phantasy, c.1956-1963
    4 130
    re Criminology and psychiatry [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 131
    Drama, c.1956-1963
    4 132
    Dynamic and economic bases of the neuroses - lecture I [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 133
    re Epilepsy [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 134
    Examination for aphasic patients, c.1956-1963
    4 135
    re Freudian principles which form a basis for concept of a disease [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 136
    Frustration and aggression, c.1956-1963
    4 137
    Fundamentals of the "Freudian Wish", c.1956-1963
    4 138
    General prognostic and prophylactic consideration, c.1956-1963
    4 139
    Genesis of punishment, c.1956-1963
    4 140
    Id-ego-super ego; basic concepts, c.1956-1963
    4 141
    Individual psychotherapy - lecture four, c.1956-1963
    4 142
    Instinct in Freudian psychology - lecture 2, c.1956-1963
    4 143
    Instinctual-adaptational approach, c.1956-1963
    4 144
    Integration, c.1956-1963
    4 145
    Introduction to psychoanalysis, c.1956-1963
    4 146
    Manifestations, the psychodynamics and the reintegrative possibilities in human psychopathology [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 147
    re Maturity [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 148
    Mechanisms of defense, c.1956-1963
    4 149
    Mental mechanisms - lecture IV, c.1956-1963
    4 150
    Minor and major concepts, c.1956-1963
    4 151
    Motives, c.1956-1963
    4 152
    Mutual (reciprocal) relations of the instincts, c.1956-1963
    4 153
    re Neuroses [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 154
    Notions about the family and psychiatric practice, c.1956-1963
    4 155
    re Orientation in psychiatry [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 156
    Orientation lectures to residents: II, c.1956-1963
    4 157
    Parents and children in a changing society, c.1956-1963
    4 158
    On Pathological syndromes, c.1956-1963
    4 159
    re Patient's treatment [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 160
    re Personality disorders and constitutional diseases [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 161
    Plan of presentation of case material, c.1956-1963
    4 162
    The practice of analytic group psychotherapy for husbands and wives [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 163
    Preface to a series of cases, c.1956-1963
    4 164
    re Prison reform [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 165
    Processes of personality development, c.1956-1963
    4 166
    Program for five years of psychiatric teaching of students of medicine and allied behavioral disciplines, c.1956-1963
    4 167
    Projection, c.1956-1963
    4 168
    The Psychiatric clinical approach, c.1956-1963
    4 169
    The Psychiatric point of view, c.1956-1963
    4 170
    Psychiatry and psychoanalysis, c.1956-1963
    4 171
    re Psychoanalysis [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 172
    Psychoanalysis objectives - outline, c.1956-1963
    4 173
    Psychoanalytic psychiatry and child study, c.1956-1963
    4 174
    Psychoanalytic psychology, c.1956-1963
    4 175
    re Psychotherapy [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 176
    Resistance of the law to psychology, c.1956-1963
    4 177
    Sigmund Freud, c.1956-1963
    4 178
    re Simon's contributions, c.1956-1963
    4 179
    re Social aspects of mental disease, c.1956-1963
    4 180
    re Socializing the instinctual components of human nature [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 181
    #6 Society and prisons, c.1956-1963
    4 182
    re Statistics on mental illness and its treatment in the United States [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    4 182
    Theory of neuroses - outline, c.1956-1963
    4 183
    #6 Thomas Mott Osborne and a new experiment in prison reform, c.1956-1963
    4 184
    Toward a psychiatric orientation for the student of medicine and related behavioral disciplines, c.1956-1963
    4 185
    re Training of social workers [incomplete], c.1956-1963
    5 1
    Two schools of though regarding working of instinct, c.1956-1963
    5 2
    Types of neurotic character defense, c.1956-1963
    5 3
    Types of socially maladjusted, c.1956-1963
    5 4
    What should replace aggression in criminal law? What should supersede the moral aversion of the judge and of society?, c.1956-1963
    5 5
    Glossary - Jacksonville, Fl - also APA glossary, 1957
    5 6
    Short history of contemporary psychosomatic medicine - outline, 1957
    5 7
    Social work, 1957
    5 8
    UNC Grand Rounds, 1958
    5 9
    Grand Rounds, 10 April 1958
    5 10
    Influence of the evolutionary process and heredity on human behavior, 22 November 1958
    5 11
    Drugs and psychotherapy - Hoch - 4 readings for residents, 1959
    5 12
    Human ecology lectures, 1959
    5 13
    Psychiatry and psychoanalysis - reflections and comments, 1959
    5 14
    Psychological motive in physical action, 26 February 1959
    5 15
    Dr. Lineberger reviewing book on sexual perversion to Dr. Glueck, 1 June 1959
    5 16
    Personality of the therapist, 1959-1960
    5 17
    Questions - second year students, 1959-1962
    5 18
    Psychiatric clinical approach, c.1956-1962
    5 19
    Psychiatry and the social sciences, c.1960
    5 20
    Useful bibliography, c.1960
    5 21
    Eight weeks' clinical training in pastoral care - John Umstead Hospital, Butner, NC, 1960
    5 22
    Science and human welfare, 1960
    5 23
    Student questions, 1960
    5 24
    Psychoanalysis in psychiatric practice, 1962
     
    Series 5: Speeches, Lectures, Addresses, 1917-c.1965 [series]:
    5 25
    Addresses - Dr. Glueck, 1922-1923
    5 26
    Review of The Psychology of Special Abilities and Disabilities by Augusta F. Bronner (1917), c.1917
    5 27
    Recent progress in determining the nature of crime and the character of criminals, 1917
    5 28
    Civilization and its discontents, c.1920s
    5 29
    On modern criminology, c.1920s
    5 30
    Psycho-analysis and child guidance, c.1920s
    5 31
    Speech to Denver Psychopathic Hospital [incomplete], c.1920s
    5 32
    #97 Introduction to section on delinquency and correction at National Conference of Social Work, 1920
    5 33
    #81 Psychopathic personality, 19 April 1922
    5 34
    Some extra-curricular problems of the classroom, 1923
    5 35
    The Junior Big Sisters [incomplete], 20 March 1923
    5 36
    Mental Hygiene of Childhood, 18 April 1923
    5 37
    Psychiatric treatment and probation [incomplete], May 1923
    5 38
    Some extra-curricular problems of the classroom, 23 May 1923
    5 39
    Scarborough teachers' meeting, 19 November 1923
    5 40
    A Chapter in psychiatric prophylaxis, 1924
    5 41
    Address before Philadelphia Psychiatric Association, 13 May 1924
    5 42
    Relation of education to the problems of personality, 12 December 1924
    5 43
    Clinical significance of religion, 1927
    5 44
    Psycho-analytic approach - Yale lecture, 17 March 1927
    5 45
    New understanding of child nature, 1928
    5 46
    Punishment (capital punishment), 1929
    5 47
    Cause and motive in health and disease, c.1930s
    5 48
    Constructive potentialities of economic depression, c.1930s
    5 49
    Current conceptions of schizophrenia and the insulin shock therapy, c.1930s
    5 50
    Deterioration in dementia praecox, c.1930s
    5 51
    Discussion of Dr. Zilboorg's paper, c.1930s
    5 52
    Effect of the hypoglycemic therapy on the psychotic process, c.1930s
    5 53
    Mental hazards of the economic depression, c.1930s
    5 54
    Problem of schizophrenia in the light of recent experiences with pharmaceutical therapies, c.1930s
    5 55
    Radio address [incomplete], c.1930s
    5 56
    Reactions and behavior of schizophrenic patients treated with metrazol and camphor [incomplete], c.1930s
    5 57
    Mental hygiene of family, 10 May 1930
    5 58
    Some aspects of the mental hygiene of childhood, 1933
    5 59
    Radio talk - notes and transcript, 18 April 1933
    5 60
    Psychiatry and the criminal law, 1934
    5 61
    Criteria for estimating the value of psychiatric service in the field of criminology, 1934
    5 62
    Untitled - Buffalo City Hospital [incomplete], c.1935
    5 63
    Some unconscious factors in a case of homicide, 1936
    5 64
    Success and failure as conditioning influences, 13 February 1936
    5 65
    Current conceptions of schizophrenia and the insulin shock therapy, c.1937
    5 66
    Further considerations of the psychodynamics of shock therapy in psychopathological states [incomplete], c.1937
    5 67
    Further observations of schizophrenia and the insulin shock therapy, c.1937
    5 68
    Effect of the hypoglycemic therapy on the psychotic process, 1937
    5 69
    Clinical experience with the hypoglycemic therapy of the psychoses [incomplete], 12 January 1937
    5 70
    Further clinical observations on the hypoglycemic therapy of the psychoses - preliminary report no. II, c.1938
    5 71
    re Irwin case [incomplete], c.1938-1939
    5 72
    Symposium on schizophrenia - International Hospital Association, Toronto, 18-23 November 1939
    5 73
    re Importance of parent and teacher in child development [incomplete], c.1940s
    5 74
    On the selection of a mate - YMHA, 7 January 1940
    5 75
    On war and psychiatry, c.1942
    5 76
    Psychiatry, an instrument of personal and social rehabilitation, 1945
    5 77
    re Ways to improve human relationships [incomplete], c.1948
    5 78
    On sharing the therapeutic task of psychiatry, c.1950
    5 79
    Introduction to a speech, c.1950s
    5 80
    re Manic depression, schizophrenia, and psychopathic personality [incomplete], c.1950s
    5 81
    Discussion of W. E. Oates' "The Uniqueness of psychiatry and religion", c.1955
    5 82
    Society and prisons, c.1960s
    5 83
    Schilder Memorial lecture [incomplete], c.1965
     
    Series 6: Subject Files, c.1914-1963 [series]:
    5 84
    American Jewish Congress, 1939
    5 85
    Bureau of Children's Guidance - annual report, 1922
    5 86
    Carnegie Corporation - Division of Immigrant Heritages - Americanization study, 1919
    5 87-89
    Child Study Association of America, Inc., 1922-1933
    5 90
    Conduct and its disorders by Charles Mercier, 1952
    5 91
    Dorothea Dix Hospital, 1961-1963
    5 92
    Executive Conference Group on the Scientific Integration of Business and Social Aims, 1931
    5 93
    Federation for Child Study, 1925
    5 94
    Freud, c.1959-1961
    5 95
    Fromm-Reichmann, Frieda, c.1958
    5 96
    Dr. Glueck's testimony at military trial, 19 October 1955
    5 97
    Glueck, Sheldon and Eleanor, 1954-1963
    5 98
    Guide for taking a patient's personal history, c.1920s
    5 99
    Hillel House, 1959-1960
    5 100
    Insulin and metrazol therapy, c.1930s
    5 101
    Robert Irwin case record, 1938
    5 102
    Memorandum on the unadjusted child and the community, c.1920s
    5 103
    Mental hygiene legislation, c.1932
    5 104
    Mercier, Charles, 1963
    5 105
    Minor, Dr. William C. - biographical research, 1962
    5 106
    National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, 1931
    5 107-109
    National Committee for Mental Hygiene, 1918-1932
    5 110
    National Committee for Mental Hygiene (Canada) - Mental Hygiene and the War bulletins, c.1940-1941
    5 111
    New York Psychoanalytic Institute, c.1940s
    5 112
    New York Psychoanalytic Society, 1941
    5 113
    New York School of Social Work, 1950
    5 114
    Parents' Council of Philadelphia, 1928
    5 115
    Patient evaluation guidelines, c.1920s
    5 116
    Peoples Institute - Committee on Unadjusted Children, 1917
    5 117
    Prisons and prisoners, c.1920s
    5 118
    Professional relationships, 1958-1960
    5 119
    Questions for immigrants, c.1914
    6 1
    Sakel, Manfred, 1937
    6 2
    Salmon, Thomas W., 1927-1948
    6 3
    Schilder, Paul, 1935-1960
    6 4
    Sing Sing Prison, 1919-1944
    6 5
    Southard, E. E., 1965
    6 6
    Symposium on Schizophrenia - study committee in psychiatry - International Hospital Association - notes, 18-23 November 1939
    6 7-8
    Symposiums, 1918-1959
    6 9
    U.S. Public Health Service - A Program for Mental Hygiene, c.1910s
    6 10
    Welfare Council of New York City, 1938
    6 11
    Westchester County Clinic, 1917-1918
    6 12
    White, William Alanson, 1940-1961
     
    Series 7: Writings, 1911-c.1965 [series]:
     
    Published [subseries]:
    6 13
    "Contribution to the histopathology and pathogenesis of myoclonic-epilepsy" - with Gonzalo LaFora, 1911
    6 14
    "Traumatic psychoses and post-traumatic psychopathic states", 1911
    6 15
    "A contribution to the catamnestic study of the juvenile offender", 1912
    6 16
    "A contribution to the study of psychogenesis in the psychoses", 1912
    6 17
    "The mentally defective immigrant", 1913
    6 18
    "The malingerer - a clinical study", 1915
    6 19
    "Studies in forensic psychiatry", 1916
    6 20
    "Recent progress in determining the nature of crime and the character of criminals", 1917
    6 21
    "Some mental problems at Sing Sing", 1917
    6 22
    "First report of the Subcommittee on Causation of Crime of the Division of Delinquents and Correction of the National Conference of Social Work", c.1918
    6 23
    "Study of 608 admissions to Sing Sing prison" [incomplete], 1918
    6 24
    "The problem of the individual delinquent", 1918
    6 25
    "Psychiatric aims in the field of criminology", 1918
    6 26
    "The functions of a mental clinic", 1918
    6 27
    "Concerning prisoners", 1918
    Map Drawer 6 1
    "Concerning prisoners" - charts and graphs, 1918
    6 28
    "Special preparation of the psychiatric social worker", 1919
    6 29
    "Therapeutic problems of a psychiatric clinic", 1920-1921
    6 30
    "The concept 'nervous child'", 1923
    6 31
    "Some extra-curricular problems of the classroom", 1924
    6 32
    "Constructive possibilities of a mental hygiene of childhood", 1924
    6 33
    "The psychopathology of childhood" [incomplete], 1925
    6 34
    "Report on the Ninth International Prison Congress", 1926
    6 35
    "The constitution and tendencies of the ego", 1928
    6 36
    "The significance of parental attitudes for the destiny of the individual", 1928
    6 37
    "Thomas W. Salmon and the child guidance movement", 1929
    6 38
    "The psychology of sex in family life", 1930
    6 39
    "Mental hygiene", 1932
    6 40
    "Analytic psychiatry and criminology", 1932
    6 41
    "Psychoanalysis in psychiatric practice", 1934
    6 42
    "The psychiatric point of view", 1935
    6 43
    "The puerperal psychoses", 1935
    6 44
    "The induced hypoglycemic state in the treatment of the psychoses", 1936
    6 45
    "The hypoglycemic state in the treatment of schizophrenia", 1936
    6 46
    "Unconscious factors in a case of homicide" - P. R. Lehrman with discussion by Dr. Glueck, 1937
    6 47
    Review of Problems in Prison Psychiatry by Wilson and Pescor, 1939
    6 48
    "Contemporary issues in the relationship psychiatry and law", 1939
    6 49
    "The reactions and behavior of schizophrenic patients treated with metrazol and camphor", 1939
    6 50
    "The convulsive therapy in the affective disorders", 1940
    6 51
    "Psychological motive in criminal action", 1940
    6 52
    "Nature and scope of psychotherapy", 1940
    6 53
    "Child guidance twenty years after", 1941
    6 54
    "A critique of present day methods of treatment of alcoholism", 1942
    6 55
    "The function of psychiatry in the garrison state", 1942
    6 56
    "A note on war psychiatry", 1942
    6 57
    "Social psychopathology", 1949
    6 58
    "Regressive electric shock therapy" - with Harry Reiss and Louise E. Bernard, 1957
    6 59
    "Psychoanalysis: reflections and comments", 1960
    6 60
    Introduction to abridged edition of Morbid Fears and Compulsions by H. W. Frink, 1960
    6 61
    "Sex offenses: a clinical approach", 1960
    6 62
    Preface, foreword, and appendix "The Franks case" in 2nd enlarged edition of Twentieth Century Psychiatry by William A. White, c.1962
    7 1
    Glueck's corner - column in newsletter Serendipities, 1962-1965
    7 2
    "Remarks in honor of William Healy, M.D.", 1964
     
    Translations by Dr. Glueck [subseries]:
    7 3
    "Prison psychoses" - K. Wilmanns (1908), after 1908
    7 4
    "The history of prison psychoses" - Nietsche and Wilmanns (1911), after 1911
    7 5
    "Alcohol and criminality" - Olaf Kinberg (1913), after 1913
    7 6-9
    "Atypical children" - L. Scholz, Adalbert Gregor - translated by Glueck and Heber Butts (1919), after 1919
    7 10
    "Outline of a psychoanalytic psychiatry" - Paul Schilder, 1927
    7 11
    "The psychoanalysis of the total personality" - Franz Alexander (1927) [foreword only], after 1927
    7 12
    "Chapter V - The Schizophrenias", 1937
    7 13-15
    "Treatment and probable outcome in mental diseases" - Max Muller, 1938
     
    Unpublished [subseries]:
    7 16
    Dr. Glueck's plans for autobiographical writings, c.1960-1965
    7 17
    re Testing immigrants for feeblemindedness [incomplete], c.1913
    7 18
    Forty consecutive admissions to Sing Sing prison - chapter 5, c.1916
    7 19
    Report on feebleminded prisoners [incomplete], c.1917
    7 20
    Review of The Psychology of Special Abilities and Disabilities by Augusta F. Bronner (1917), c.1917
    7 21
    Anomalous children [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 22
    re Childhood maladjustment [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 23
    re Delinquency [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 24
    Dementia praecox, c.1920s
    7 25
    re Dementia praecox [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 26
    re Disorders of puberty and adolescence [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 27
    Mental disease - abstract, c.1920s
    7 28
    re Military neurological centers [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 29
    re Moral insanity, c.1920s
    7 30
    re Parental attitudes' influence on individual development [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 31
    Psycho-analytic approach, c.1920s
    7 32
    The psychopaths [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 33
    re Punishing activity [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 34
    re Significance of psychiatry and the mental hygiene movement [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 35
    Sources of conflict within the family [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 36
    Toxic psychoses - chapter X - draft [incomplete], c.1920s
    7 37
    Working psychology, A - outline, c.1920s
    7 38
    Recidivism and psychopathy - chapter 3, c.1920
    7 39
    #21 Suggestions for the reorganization of the prison system of the state of New York, c.1920
    7 41
    Bureau of Children's Guidance - annual report [incomplete], 1922
    7 42
    re Childhood psychopathology [incomplete], c.1923
    7 43
    "Psycho-analytic reflections on two youthful murderers", 1924
    7 44
    Notes on Franz Alexander, Sandor Ferenci, and Hanns Sachs relating to autoplastic adaptation, 1925
    7 45
    Current tendencies in social psychiatry - introductory chapter, c.1926-1927
    7 46
    Report of the conference on the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency - abstracted by Dr. Glueck, 1929
    7 47
    Clinical experience with the hypoglycemic therapy of the psychoses - abstract, c.1930s
    7 48
    re Pentothol treatment [incomplete], c.1930s
    7 49
    Psychiatry and the social sciences - Glueck and Paul Wander, c.1930s
    7 50
    Summary of proceedings of first colloquium on Personality Investigation, c.1935
    7 51
    Clinical experience with pharmacotherapy of schizophrenia [incomplete], c.1937
    7 52
    re Results of insulin shock therapy [incomplete], c.1937
    7 53
    Further clinical observations on the hypoglycemic therapy of the psychoses [incomplete], c.1937-1938
    7 54
    re Hypoglycemic therapy [incomplete], c.1938
    7 55
    re Insulin shock therapy [incomplete], c.1938
    7 56
    Report on 46 cases of insulin shock therapy [incomplete], c.1938
    7 57
    Explorations in personality, 1938
    7 58
    re Aspects that determine human behavior [incomplete], c.1940s
    7 59
    The manic depressive psychoses - chapter VII - draft [incomplete], c.1940s
    7 60
    re Obsessional neuroses [incomplete], c.1940s
    7 61
    Preventive psychiatry [incomplete], c.1940s
    7 62
    re Role of psychiatry in a democratic society, c.1940s
    7 63
    re Treatment for schizophrenia [incomplete], c.1940s
    7 64
    Manic depressive psychoses - chapter VII - draft, c.1940s
    8 1
    Studies in criminology - the psychopathology of crime - preface, c.1945
    8 2
    Study of crime causation, c.1945-1950
    8 3
    Viewpoints on criminology and penology - a synthesis of classical and contemporary writers, c.1950
    8 4
    Concerning psychotherapeutics, c.1950s
    8 5
    Education of a psychiatrist - notes, c.1950s
    8 6
    re Manic attacks [incomplete], c.1950s
    8 7
    re Neurotic character [incomplete], c.1950s
    8 8
    re The Oedipus situation [incomplete], c.1950s
    8 9
    Of prisons and prisoners - reflections and comments - foreword, c.1950s
    8 10
    re Psychiatry and criminal law [incomplete], c.1950s
    8 11
    re Simon's methods for treating hospitalized mental patients [incomplete], c.1950s
    8 12
    Toward a psychiatric orientation for students of medicine and related behavioral disciplines, c.1950s
    8 13
    White collar crime, c.1950s
    8 14
    Review of "Social psychology of modern life" by Stewart Henderson Britt, 1950
    8 15
    Biography and history as correctives of opinion, c.1953
    8 16
    Review of "The study of behavior - Q technique - and its methodology" by William Stephenson, c.1953
    8 17
    The psychiatrist's workshop - reflections and comments - notes, c.1953-1955
    8 18
    What did William Healy mean by the term "individual delinquent"?, c.1956-1963
    8 19
    Discussion of chapter 7, "Criminals" in Charles Mercier's "Crime and Criminals", c.1956-1963
    8 20
    Recidivism, c.1956-1963
    8 21
    re Grand rounds annual [incomplete], c.1958-1959
    8 22
    The role of cause and motive in clinical psychiatry, c.1960s
    8 23
    Some origins in child welfare - chapter I , c.1960s
    8 24
    The Book of prefaces, c.1960
    8 25
    Some twentieth century landmarks of American psychiatry, c.1960
    8 26
    Freud and the twentieth century, 1960
    8 27
    The Human affair - reflections and comments, 1964
    7 40
    re Childhood psychoses [incomplete], c.1922