BERT PEPPER, M.D.
STRESS, COMPETENCE, AND DEVELOPMENT
THEORETICAL AND CLINICAL SHIFTS IN PSYCHOANALYSIS
DO ABUSED CHILDREN BECOME ABUSIVE PARENTS?
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN CHILDHOOD DEPRESSION
CHILDREN OF DIVORCE
PSYCHIATRIC IMPLICATIONS OF PRESYMPTOMATIC TESTING FOR HUNTINGTON'S DISEASE
HEAD START AS A SOCIAL SUPPORT FOR MOTHERS
TEMPERAMENT AS A MODERATOR OF CHILDREN'S STRESSFUL EXPERIENCES
PSYCHOSOCIAL PREPARATION AND FOLLOW-UP FOR PEDIATRIC BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT PATIENTS
PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN FATAL CHILDHOOD ASTHMA
HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN WITH HISTORY OF SEXUAL ABUSE
IDENTITY AND MARGINALITY
HOMELESS CHILDREN
REPORTING PRACTICES OF PSYCHIATRISTS WHO KNEW OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT BY COLLEAGUES
CASE MANAGEMENT WITH THE CHRONICALLY MENTALLY ILL
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FAMILY NETWORKS/MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA