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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