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Can Nuclear War Be Prevented?
OBSERVATIONS ON THE ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SCIENTIST*
SCIENCE AND WORLD ORDER*
VIOLENCE AND THE WESTERN POLITICAL TRADITION*
VIOLENCE IN JUVENILE GANGS: Some Notes and a Few Analogies*
FAMILY ATTITUDES AND SELF CONCEPT IN VIETNAMESE AND U.S. CHILDREN*
FAMILY INTERACTION AT TWO LEVELS OF ACCULTURATION IN SUMATRA*
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN LEARNING ABILITIES: Observations and Research at Home and Abroad*
SOME MISCONCEPTIONS CONCERNING DIFFERENCES IN THE RACIAL PREVALENCE OF MENTAL DISEASE*
TWO CATEGORIES OF LEARNING DIFFICULTIES IN ADOLESCENTS*
SEX RATIOS IN LEARNING AND BEHAVIOR DISORDERS*
DISTURBED COMMUNICATION IN EATING DISORDERS*
EVALUATION OF A CHANGE IN TEACHING PSYCHIATRY TO MEDICAL STUDENTS*
TEACHING MENTAL HEALTH CONCEPTS IN THE LAW SCHOOL*
THE PSYCHIATRIST AND THE LEGAL PROCESS: The Proposals for an Impartial Expert and for Preventive Detention*
SOME PSYCHOANALYTIC ASPECTS OF GROUP THERAPY*
2. Psychoanalysis and Group Therapy: A Developmental Point of View
3. Some Comparative Observations of Psychoanalytically Oriented Group and Individual Psychotherapy
A SPECIAL THERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUE for Prelatency Children with a History of Deficiency in Maternal Care*
Human Survival: A Selected Bibilography
Review of AN AMERICAN SOCIAL WORKER IN ITALY
HEAL THE HURT CHILD
NOTES AND COMMENTS
THE ANDERSON SCHOOL