Ira Solomon Wile Papers

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Ira Solomon Wile papers
Creator: Wile, Ira S. (Ira Solomon), 1877-1943
Call Number: A.W66
Dates: 1894-1943
Physical Description: 21 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
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Manuscripts
Collection Overview
Title: Ira Solomon Wile papers
Creator: Wile, Ira S. (Ira Solomon), 1877-1943
Call Number: A.W66
Dates: 1894-1943
Physical Description: 21 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
Dr. Ira S. Wile, physician, lecturer, and author, was born in Rochester, New York on November 29, 1877. He received an A.B. and B.S. degree from the University of Rochester in 1898. In 1902 he was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in medicine, and received an M.S. degree from the University of Rochester in 1908. He was commissioner of education in New York City from 1912 to 1918, and founded the New York City school lunch system and the Manhattanville Nursery. Dr. Wile edited various medical journals, including Medical Pickwick and the Medical Review of Reviews. He was noted as a lecturer, and was associate in pediatrics at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Scope and Content
The Papers reflect the many interests of Dr. Wile, particularly public health and social medicine. There is much material relating to the early birth control movement in the United States, many letters from the founder of the American Birth Control League, Mrs. Margaret Sanger, and one letter from deafblind author, activist, and lecturer, Helen Keller. There is also material from Dr. Wile's extensive study of left and right handedness, and copies of many of his articles and speeches on psychology, social and mental hygiene, birth control, and pediatrics.

Subject(s):
Birth control
Mental health
Left- and right-handedness
Correspondence
Articles
Speeches
Wile, Ira S. (Ira Solomon), 1877-1943
Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966
Physicians
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The Papers were the gift of Dr. Wile, 1943, and of Mrs. Wile, 1944.Access
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Content List
1894
**June: Louis Kossuth. Read at the Rochester Free Academy graduation. 1898
**June 3: Liberty and Oratory. Read at the University of Rochester. 1899
April 11: Army Hospitals. Read at the Judean Club.
1904
April 13: Blood Count in Cyanosis. Read at the New York Pathological Society.
*May: Polycythemia of Congenital Heart Disease. Archives of Pediatrics.
*August 27: Valuable Suggestions From the Inspection of Urine. The Medical News.
*December 3: Laundry Hygiene. The Medical News.
1905
*January 28: Preliminary Notice of a New and Simplified Double Stain for Bacillus Tuberculosis. New York Medical Journal and Philadelphia Medical Journal.
*February 18: Examinations for Bacillus Tuberculosis. St. Louis Medical Review.
*March 11: The Examination of Faeces. New York Medical Journal and Philadelphia Medical Journal.
1906
*April: The Value of Blood Examination in Obstetrics and Gynecology. American Journal of Surgery.
*June: Leukocytes in Gonorrhoea. American Journal of the Medical Sciences.
*September: The Blood Changes in Mumps. Archives of Pediatrics.
1907
*March 9: The Value of Differential Leucocyte Counts in Medicine. New York Medical Journal.
1908
*August 22: Carsickness. New York Medical Journal.
*October 24: Interpretation of Blood Examinations. Medical Record.
*November: Diphtheria Following Tonsillectomy and Adenectomy. Archives of Pediatrics.
1909
*February 20: Preliminary Note on Starch in the Urine, Amyluria. New York Medical Journal.
*March: The Leukocytes in Pulmonary Diseases of Children. Archives of Pediatrics.
*September 11: Blood Examination in the Presence of Gangrene. New York Medical Journal.
1910
*January 15: The Educational Responsibilities of a Milk Depot. New York Medical Journal.
*September 10: The Social Plagues and the Public Schools. New York Medical Journal.
*November 26: Clinical Statistics. New York Medical Journal.
1911
*January 21: Do Medical Schools Adequately Train Students for the Prevention of Infant Mortality. New York Medical Journal.
1912
January 16: Using Better Judgment in the Selection of Food Supplies. Read before the seventy-second annual meeting, New York State Agricultural Society.
*February: A Programme for Sex Instruction. Archives of Pediatrics. Read before the Twelfth New York State Conference on Charities and Correction, Watertown, N.Y., October 18, 1911.
*March 9: What a Father Should Tell His Son. New York Medical Journal. Read before the New York Academy of Medicine, February 7, 1912.
*March 16: Maternal Nursing. Journal of the American Medical Assoc.
*March 16: Schools for Midwives. The Medical Record. Read before the American Association for the Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality, Chicago, November 18, 1911.
*May 4: The Relation of the Physician to the Public. New York Medical Journal. Read before the Manhattan Medical Society, January 26, 1912.
*August 31: School Lunches. New York Medical Journal. Read before the American Academy of Medicine, Bethlehem, Pa., April 4, 1912.
November 1: Children's Noon Lunches. Read before the Domestic Science and Pure Food Congress.
November 11: Adolescent Period of Boys. Read before the New York City Mothers' Club.
1913
*February 1: Hygiene for the Normal Child. Medical Record. Read before the Association for the Study of Exceptional Children, November, 1912.
February 8: Sex Hygiene. Lecture course on the Care of Infants and Children.
*March 15: Medical Efficiency. New York Medical Journal. Read before the American Association for Clinical Research, N.Y., November 9, 1912.
March 19: The Living Conditions and Health of Men Probationers. Third series of New York City conferences on probation.
April 20: Address. Sunday Service, the Children's Village at Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
April 25: Address. Inwood Mass Meeting.
May 10: Address. Closing exercises of the educational classes, Young Men's Hebrew Association.
May 14: Address. Commencement exercises, New York Evening High School for Women.
June 26: Address. Commencement exercises, Stuyvesant High School.
*June 28: The Economic Importance of Speech Defects. The Medical Record. Read before the Manhattan Medical Society.
August 30: School Hygiene in Relation to the Home and the Community. Read before the Fourth International Congress on School Hygiene, Buffalo, N.Y.
October 17: Shall Teachers Have a Share in the Management of the Schools? Read before the Teachers' League.
*October: The Relation of the General Practitioner to the Public School. The American Practitioner. Read before the section on Neurology and Psychiatry of the New York Academy of Medicine, May 13, 1913.
November 12: Shall We Pension Mothers? Read before the Twilight Club.
December 4: Sex Hygiene, Its Place in the School. Course in Modern Education Problems, College of the City of New York.
*1913: Medical Inspection and the Nutrition of School Children. Interstate Medical Journal, vol. 20, no. 10.
1914
January 8: Health and Exercise. The Medical Society of the County of New York, address before.
January 28: Address. Graduation exercises, Public School 179.
March 6: Sex Instruction in Schools. Read before the Second Capital District Conference of Charities and Correction, Albany, N.Y.
October 26: Our Educational System - Shall it be Reformed or Abolished? Read before the Brooklyn Women's Club.
December 2: The Relation of Physicians to the Public School System. Read before the Harlem Medical Association of the City of New York.
1915
January 22: For and Against the Mother-Teacher. Read before the Harlem Liberal Alliance.
*January: Vocational Guidance and the Curriculum. The American Teacher, 5:2-7. Read before the Fourth National Conference on Vocational Guidance, Richmond, Va., December 8, 1914.
February 2: Health and Exercise. Read before the Bronx Medical Society.
February 23: Address. Masonic Social Meeting.
March 2: Shall the City Curtail its Social Activities? Read before the Twilight Club at a dinner in honor of John Purroy Mitchel, Mayor of New York City.
June 25: Malnutrition - A Problem in Medical Inspection. Read before the First Annual Meeting of the New Jersey State Association of Medical Inspection and School Hygiene, Newark, N.J.
October 11: The Lynching of Leo M. Frank - Its Forerunners and Its Warnings. Read before the Sunrise Club.
October 12: Address. Second Annual Exhibition of Street Cleaning Appliances.
October 14: The Problem of Sex Education As Viewed by Boards of Education. The Society of Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis.
October 18: The Influence of the Physician in Public Affairs. Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting, American Medical Editors' Association.
November 9: The Religious Feature in the Gary Plan of Education. Eastern Council of Reform Rabbis.
November 12: Democratic Education. Harlem Liberal Alliance.
December 9: Education in a Democracy. Lectures on Modern Problems. Hoboken, New Jersey.
December 19: What the Gary System Is. Department of Education of New York Public Lectures.
December 21: What is Wrong With Our National Manners? Twilight Club.
1916
January 17: Grouches I Have Known. Twilight Club.
March 10: Milk and the Child. New York City Federation of Women's Clubs, Special "Child Welfare" Convention.
March 24: Address. Free Educational Meeting on Relation of Dental Hygiene to Public Health.
March 28: Address. The Humanitarian Cult.
April 21: Some Conditions of Medical Practice. National Conference on Community Centers and Related Problems.
April 29: Our Public School System. Independent Club of the West Side.
May 5: Cost of Educating the Underfed Child. Second Inter-Municipal Conference on The School Lunch Problem.
May 16: Address. Commencement exercises, East Side Evening High School for Men.
June 29: Address. Graduation exercises of Grammar School No. 75.
October 20: Health Insurance From the Point of View of the Physician. Third Annual North Atlantic Tuberculosis Conference. Newark, New Jersey.
October 25: Editorial Individuality. Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the American Medical Editors' Association.
October 26: The Function of Humor. Annual banquet, American Medical Editors' Association.
October 31: Address. Fifty-Second meeting and concert of the Humanitarian Cult.
November 4: Social Hygiene An Aid to Mental Health. Department of Education, the City of New York. Public lectures.
November 12: Address. Thirty-First meeting, Labor Forum. New York City.
December 10: Address. The Children's Village at Dobbs Ferry, New York.
December 15: Health and Exercise. St. George's Church. New York.
December 17: Sex Education An Aid to Mental Health. The Every Sunday Club.
1917
January 25: Address. The New York Diet Kitchen Association.
February 22: Address. Seventeenth Annual Dinner, Orange Practitioners' Society.
April 8: Feeding the Nation. Bronx Open Forum.
May 4: Modern Methods of Saving Babies. State Department of Health Child Hygiene Exhibit.
May 8: What I Owe My Country. Young Men's Christian Association, New York City.
May 16: Address. Public Mass Meeting, Bronx Parents Association.
May 19: Address. Eighth Annual Dinner of the C.C.N.Y.
May 20: Children's Clinic of Tomorrow. Read before the New York Child Health Conference, Academy of Medicine.
May 22: Constructive Suggestions Toward the Control of the Most Important Infectious Diseases of Adult Life. Read before the Eighth Annual New York City Conference of Charities and Correction.
June 26: Address. Graduation exercises, Public School No. 69.
September 1: The Basis of Modern Health. Green Acre Conferences, Eliot, Maine.
October 6: Address. The Teachers of Industrial Work for Crippled and Deaf Children Reception.
October 26: What the Work-Study-Play School Does for Children. Why Was it Established in New York? Read before a Public Meeting for Parents at Public School No. 123.
November 4: The Gary System. Read before the University Settlement Forum, New York City.
November 7: Address. Dedication of a new nursery building, Manhattanville Nursery Association, New York City.
November 11: The Gary or Duplicate School Plan as Applied to New York Public Schools. Read before the Brooklyn Philosophical Association.
November 15: Sex Education an Aid to Mental Health. Public lecture series of the Department of Education, N.Y.
November 20: The Gary System. Read before the Mayflower Parent-Teachers Association.
December 2: Educational Problems Now Facing the City of New York, Read at the Bronx Open Forum.
December 23: Address. The Children's Village at Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
1918
January 18: Sex Education an Aid to Mental Health. Read before the Seventh Annual Series of Health Talks, Bedford Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association.
*February: The Scientific Bases of Modern Medicine. American Medicine, 13:79-91. Read before the Rochester Academy of Science and the Manhattanville Medical Society, December 21, 1917.
April 22: Sex Education. Read at a meeting of the Jewish Big Sisters.
May 12: Bacteriology and the War. Read at a Brooklyn Botanic Garden Win-the-War Garden lecture.
May 25: Milk of Human Kindness. Read before the National Milk and Dairy Farm Exposition.
June 4: Address. Columbia University. Courses in oral hygiene.
June 7: Moral Safeguards in the Army. Read at the One Hundred and Twelfth Regular Session of the General Synod, Reformed Church in America.
*July 6: Dispensary Abuse. New York Medical Journal. Read before the New York City Conference of Charities and Corrections, May 7, 1918.
August 30: The Problems of Boys During Adolescence. Conference: Workers Among Boys. Under the auspices of the New York League on Urban Conditions Among Negroes, N.Y.
November 27: Address. Peace Celebration at the Fourteenth School District.
December 14: Address. Patriotic Ball and Victory Celebration. Allied War Savings Societies of the Deaf.
December 17: Some After the War Problems in Medicine. Meeting of the Hunterian Society.
December 19: The Relation of Probation Officers to the Government Program on Social Hygiene. Read before the Eleventh Annual State Conference of Probation Officers, Rochester, N.Y.
1919
April 30: Malnutrition as a Fundamental Handicap. Read before the Conference of the National Association for the study and Education of Exceptional Children.
May 9: Future Needs and Minimum Standards of Child Health Activities. New York Regional Conference of Minimum Standards of Child Welfare.
May 23: Some Phases of Sex Education. Read before the Eastern New York Conference of Educators.
*September 26: Health Classes for Children. Read before the International Conference of Women Physicians. (See March, 1920)
October 27: The Sociological Aspect of Housing. Read at the Preliminary Programs of the Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, La.
November 13: Children's Health Classes. Read at an institute of the Church of the Incarnation, New York City.
*December 4: Health Classes for Children. Read before the New York State Academy of Medicine. (See March, 1920)
1920
*March: Health Classes for Children. Archives of Pediatrics. Read before the New York Academy of Medicine, section on pediatrics, December 11, 1919.
April 3: Mental Hygiene During Childhood. The Medical Record. Read before the Yorkville Medical Society of New York, December 15, 1919.
April 27: The Father's Share in the Training of the Child. Read before the Federation for Child Study.
May 20: Children's Clinic of Tomorrow. New York Child Health Conference. Academy of Medicine. New York City.
July 6 - August 13: Sex-Instruction as a Home Problem. Teachers College, Columbia University. Program in Social Hygiene Education.
*September 18: How to Protect the Health of School Children. New York Medical Journal. Read before the Child Health Conference at Asbury Park, N.J., June 12, 1920.
*1920: The Economics of Health. American Medicine, vol. 15, nos. 9, 10, 11.
1921
April 28: Cases of Psychopathology in Children. Mount Sinai Hospital Clinical Conference.
May 5: The Place of Disorders in Conduct in Pediatrics. One Hundred and Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Medical Society of the State of New York. Brooklyn, New York.
May 8: The Personality of the Adolescent. High School Parent-Teacher Association. New Rochelle, New York.
May 10: Address. The Dental Hygienists' Association of The State of New York. First Annual Meeting.
November: The Children's Clinic of the Future. Archives of Pediatrics.
1922
September 27: Health. Read at the Thirteenth Annual New York City Conference of Charities and Correction.
November 9: Sex Education an Aid to Mental Health. Six lectures on mental hygiene given under the auspices of the A.I.C.P.
*1922: The Future Family Physician. Notes and Abstracts, 8:232-235.
1923
January 23: The City Child, His Health and Happiness. Read at the League for Political Education, New York City.
February 2 - 23: Some Problems of Childhood. Four lectures given under the auspices of The Mount Sinai Social Service Auxiliary.
February 20: Psychology and the Modern Child. Read at a meeting of the Council of Jewish Women.
March 22: Nutrition and Dental Development. Read before the Northern District Dental Society.
April 12: The Nervous Basis of Eneuresis. Read before the New York Academy of Medicine, section of pediatrics.
*September 15: Fresh Air Outings in Child Care - the Medical Point of View. The Nations Health, 5:391.
November 9: Physical Examination. Read before the New York Society for the Experimental Study of Education.
1924
February 4: Behavior Problems of Children. Read before the Nursing Education Institute.
February 14: Address. Annual meeting of the Froebel Kindergarten.
April 22: The Relation of Orthopedic to Behavior Problems in Children. Read before the Clinical Society of the Hospital for Joint Diseases.
April 26: Address. Third Annual Dinner of the Educational and Efficiency Society for Dental Assistants.
June 24: Mental Hygiene of Younger Children. Read at the National Conference of Social Work, Toronto, Ont.
November 12: Opportunities for Developing the Boy or Girl During His Adolescent or Volcanic Years. Read before the New York State Conference of Charities and Correction, Syracuse, N.Y.
1925
February 5: Address. Initiation banquet, Theta Chi, Rochester chapter.
February 24: Address. Parents Association, Horace Mann Schools, New York City.
March 9: Education - Yesterday and Tomorrow. Read before the Annual Public Dinner of the Public Education Association.
April 8: The Challenges of Childhood. Read before the Civic Club.
April 13: What are Standards of Behavior? Young Men's Hebrew Association address, Washington Heights.
*April 15: Three Children. The New-Church Messenger, 128:248-251.
April 17: The Relation of Orthopedics to Personality. Read before the section on orthopedic surgery, New York Academy of Medicine, New York City.
May 4: Habits and Habit Training. Read before the National Nursery School Association, New York City.
May 12: Mental Hygiene of the Child in its Relation to the Development of Character. Read before the One Hundred and Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Medical Society of the State of New York, Syracuse,N.Y.
*October 7: The Influence of Physical Disorders Upon Behavior. Medical Journal and Record. Read before the American Orthopsychiatric Association, New York City, May 9, 1925 under the title Methods of Treatment, Organic and Physical Problems.
October 23: The Relation of Intelligence to Behavior. Read before the New York State Teachers' Association, general and sectional meetings of the Southeastern District.
November 6: Early Childhood as Determining the Future Health and Success of the Individual. Read before the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.
November 20: Changing Youth - Changing Morals. Read at the National Social Hygiene Conference, Newark, N.J.
*December 15: Common-Sense Psychotherapy. Review of Principles of Psychotherapy by Pierre Janet. Survey.
1926
January 14: The World of Imagination. The Nature of the Creative Self. Read at the Trinity Institute, Trinity Church, Pittsburgh, Pa.
February 5: Relations Between Parents and Children - Emotional Relations. Read before the Parents Association of Horace Mann School, New York City.
March 3: Determinisms in Childhood. Read before the Chicago Association for Child Study and Parent Education, Chicago, Ill.
March 30: Recognition of the Abnormal in Adolescence. Read before the Jewish Mental Health Society.
May 20: Mental Health of the School Age Child. Read at the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Dental Hygienists Association of the State of New York, New York City.
May 22: The Relation of the Physical to the Mental and Moral Well Being of the Child. Read at the Seventeenth Lehigh Valley Child Helping Conference, Easton, Pa.
June 11: Commencement Address. Staten Island Academy.
October 26: The Personality of Adolescence. Lecture Course on Child Study and Parent Education. The Scientific Psychology Club.
November 9: Attitude of the Adolescent Boy Toward the Problem of Health and Sex. Read at a meeting of the Parents Association, Horace Mann School, New York City.
December 16: Conduct Disorders in Children. Read before the Binghamton Academy of Medicine at Endicott Johnson Medical Department, Binghamton, N.Y.
*1926: The Worship of Asklepios. Annals of Medical History, 8:419-434.
1927
*January: Behavior Difficulties of Children. Mental Hygiene, 11:38-53. Read before the National State Conference of Charities and Correction, twenty-seventh annual meeting, Buffalo, N.Y., November 17, 1926.
March 20: Address. Annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum of New York City.
April 26: Why Youth Thinks and Feels as it Does. Read at an institute "Concerning Youth" under the auspices of the Pittsburgh Girls Conference.
May 2: The Integration of the Child. Read before the National Health Day Conference, Newark, Nil.
*May 4: Some Medical Phases of Child Behavior. Medical Journal and Record. Read before the Alumnae Association of the New York Medical College and Hospital for Women, March 16, 1927.
*November 14: Argument for Birth Control. Read before the Women's City Club.
*December 7: Physicians and Intelligence Tests. Medical Journal and Record, 126:649-654. Read before the twenty-first annual meeting of the Fourth District Bract of the Medical Society of the State of New York, Schenectady, N.Y., October 12, 1927.
*1927: Behavior in Four Dimensions. Hospital Social Service, 16:236-242. Read before the Conference of the National Federation of Day Nurseries, Washington, D.C., May 5, 1927.
1928
*January: Physical Problems of Abnormal Behavior. American Journal of Diseases for Children, 35:113-119. Read before the New York Physicians Association, Academy of Medicine, October 26, 1927.
February 17: New Problems Facing Our Children. Read before the Old House Association, Boston, Mass.
February 18: The Philosophy of Science as Applied to the Art of Living. Read at the Woman's Press Club of New York City.
*March 3: Character in Four Dimensions. Read before the National Conference on Character Education in Schools. New York City. (See February, 1929)
*March: Friction in the Family. Parents Magazine.
*April 18: A Genetic Study of Mongolism. Medical Journal and Record. Read before the American Orthopsychiatric Association, New York City, under the title The Orientation of Conduct Disorders.
April 30: Changing Youth - Changing Morals. Read at the annual meeting of the Women's Conference of the Society for Ethical Culture, New York City.
*May 8: Emotional America. Outlook and Independent.
May 23: General Factors Entering Into Juvenile Misbehavior. Read before the Brooklyn Pediatric Society.
The Problem Child - Lecture Series:
July 2: General Nature of the Problem
July 3: Physical Problems
July 4: Intellectual Problems
July 5: Emotional Problems
July 6: Social Problems
Given at the Tavistock Square Clinic for Functional Nervous Disorders, England.
*July: Youth Waneth by Encreasing. Mental Hygiene, 12:516-520.
*August: The Relation of Character to Intelligence. Hygeia.
*October: A Study of the Physical and Mental Characters of Mongols by Ira S. Wile and Samuel Z. Orgel. International Clinics. 96p.
*October: The Fact of Prudential Family Limitation. American Medicine, 2 3:697-710.
November 22: How Can New York City Adjust its Present Methods to Meet the Needs of the Preschool Child as Well as the School Child? Discussion at the New York City Tuberculosis and Health Conference.
December 18: Address. The East Harlem Physicians Association.
*December: Lying as a Social Phenomenon. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 20:1284-1311. Read before a meeting of the Ward's Island Psychiatric Society, January 25, 1928.
*December: Send the Backward Child to School. Cosmopolitan.
*December: Training the Child's Emotions. Hygeia.
*December: What is Happening to the Family? Hospital Social Service, 19:525-533. Read before the Harlem Medical Society, New York City, December 21, 1928.
*1928: The Delinquent Child and the Delinquent Community. Hospital Social Service, 18:41-48. Read before the Mental Hygiene Committee, Onondaga Health Association, Syracuse, N.Y., November 17, 1927.
1929
January 13: Modern Psychology and the Right to be Happy. Discussion at the Adelaide Stedman's Fortnightly Forum.
January 20: Present-day Religious Adjustments for Parents and Children. Read at the White Plains Community Church.
*January: Facing Divorce. The Survey.
*January: Mental Hygiene in the Public Schools. Mental Hygiene, 13:70-80. Read before the Connecticut Conference of Social Work, Stanford, Conn., April 25, 1928.
*January: The Orientation of Conduct Disorders. The Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 23:434-441. Read before the fifth annual meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, February 24, 1928.
*February 1: The Delinquent Child and the Delinquent Community. Read at the Rand School of Social Science's Forum on Current Events, New York City. (see above, 1928)
February 24: The Essentials for a Successful Marriage of the Modern Sort. Read before the Young Men's Christian Association, New York City.
*February: Character in Four Dimensions. Parents Magazine.
*February: The Wife in Business. Hygeia.
*March: Marriage and Health. Hygeia.
*March: Romance Outside the Pale. The Survey.
April 6: Psychology of Love. Reconciliation Trips address.
*May: Sex as Biological Social Behavior. Journal of Social Hygiene, 15:277-292.
*June: The New Youth. American Medicine, 24:381-383.
*June: Relation of Psychology to Orthodontia. International Journal of Orthondontia, 15:573-584. Read before a meeting of the New York Society of Orthodontists, New York City, March 20, 1929.
*August: The Dynamics of Marriage. The Urologic and Cutaneous Review, 33:537-542.
*September: Constipation and Behavior. The American Journal of Diseases of Children, 38:570-589. Read before the sixth annual meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, New York City, February 22, 1929.
October 29: Marriage in the Modern Manner. Read before The Group.
November 19: Birth Control and Health. Read before the National Birth Control Conference, New York City.
*November: Early Feeding Habits. The Mothers' Journal.
*December 12: Child Care or Child Development. The Survey.
*December 14: Mental Hygiene in Childhood. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 93:1874-1877. Read before the section on nervous and mental diseases at the eightieth annual session of the American Medical Association, Portland, Ore., July 11, 1929.
December 15: The Relation of Intelligence to Character. Read at the Jewish Community Center of Staten Island.
*December: The Home and Health. The Journal of the National Education Association, 18:303-304.
1930
*January 25: Mental Hygiene in Childhood. The Medical Officer.
*January: The Community Medical Problem from the Standpoint of the Physician. American Medicine, 25:9-19. Read before a joint meeting of the New York Physicians Association and the Allied Dental Council, November 26, 1929.
March 25: The Psychology of the Handicapped. Read before the Brooklyn section of the National Council of Jewish Women.
April 10: Address. Founders Day and thirteenth anniversary initiation banquet, Theta Chi Club of New York and Upsilon Chapter.
*April 26: The Health Class, Habit Clinics and Health Education. The School Parent, 9:2, 14.
April 26: Modern Trends in Medicine. Read at the Hudson County Medical Society annual dinner.
*April: When Johnny Doesn't Eat. Hygeia.
**May 9: Discussion of Dr. Ryan's Paper: Mental Hygiene in the Training of Teachers. Read at the First International Congress on Mental Hygiene, Washington, D.C.
*May: Tantrums. The Mothers' Journal, 2:283-285.
*June 18: Functional Disease as Personality Disorder. Medical Journal and Record, 131:615-619. Read before the Rensselaer County Medical Society at Troy, N.Y., December 11, 1929.
*June: The First Year of Marriage. Association Men.
*July: Birth Control as Social Service. Birth Control Review. Read before the National Conference of Social Work, Boston, Mass., June 12, 1930.
October 28: Advantages to Children in Families Properly Spaced. Read before the Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control, New York City.
*October: A Comparative Study of the Kohs Block Design Test. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 1:89-103. Read before the seventh annual meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, New York City, February 21-22, 1930.
*October: Left-handedness. Parents Magazine.
*October: The Sex Problems of Youth. Journal of Social Hygiene, 16:413-425. Read before the Eastern Medical Society of the City of New York, May 9, 1930.
*November: Behavior Problems of Children With Special Reference to Delinquency. American Journal of Diseases of Children, 40:1076-1088. Read before The Medical Society of the County of Queens, May 27, 1930.
*November: Health Officers, Contraception and Public Health. American Medicine, 25:695-699.
*November: The Pediatrician and Behavior Problems of Children. Archives of Pediatrics, 47:676-697. Read before the Brooklyn Pediatric Society, October 22, 1930.
December 6: Personality and Adolescence. Read before the Anderson Club, New York City.
1930: Making the Best of the Worst. Read before the League for Political Education, New York City.
*1930: The Mental Hygiene Clinic and Child Welfare. Hospital Social Service, 22:27-41. Read before the Hartford-Salmon Clinic on Mental Hygiene, Hartford, Conn., February 14, 1930.
1931
*January: Birth Control and Social Work. Hospital Social Service, 23:63-77. Read before the National Conference of Social Work, Boston, Mass., June 12, 1930. (See July, 1930)
*January: Contraception and Public Health. Birth Control Review, 15:7-8. Excerpts from the article "Health Officers, Contraception and Public Health" in the November, 1930 issue of American Medicine.
February 4: Family Relations and Parental Education. Read at the Parents Association of Horace Mann School, New York City.
February 26: Psycho-analysis and Religion. Read before the Association of Reform Rabbis of New York City and Vicinity.
*February: Integration of the Child. Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey, 28:103-110. Read before the Pediatric Section of the New Jersey State Medical Association, Atlantic City, N.J., June 13, 1930.
*February: A Male Heir and Size of Family. Eugenics.
March 3: Sex and Mind: Mental Health and Normal Sex Life. Read at the Community Church, New York City.
March 17: The Interpretation of the Behavior of Children. Read at the Ocean Medical Society, Brooklyn, N.Y.
*March: Are Modern Parents Failures? Hygeia, 9:223-227.
**April 8-11: Discussion of Dr. Bonner's Paper at the Fiftieth Anniversary and the Seventh National Conference of the American Association of University Women at Boston, Mass.
June 3: Shaping the Personality of the Individual. Medical Journal and Record, 133:539-543 and 132:576-580. Read before the Judge Baker Foundation and the Massachusetts Civic League, Inc., Boston, Mass., October 15, 1930.
June 18: Social Problems of Children. Fifth Training Course for Camp Counselors, Bound Brook, N.J.
*June: Can Personality be Determined? Current Information Bulletin of the Association for Personality Training, 1:2. Read before the Association for Personality Training, March, 1931.
*July: The Relation of Teeth to Behavior. American Medicine, 26:393-399. Read before the Dental Hygienists Association of the State of New York, May 14, 1931.
*July: The Sin of Omission. Birth Control Review.
*October 31: The Bases of Personality Adjustment. School and Society, 34:1-4. Read before the Association for Personality Training, New York City, July 6, 1931.
December 1: Some Physical Factors in Juvenile Behavior. Read at a meeting of the Hudson County Medical Society.
1931: Address. Commencement at the Children's Village, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
*1931: Understanding the Adolescent. Hospital Social Service, 24:260-267.
1932
January 9: Nature and Meaning of Mental Hygiene. Read at the Anderson Club.
**January 12: The Effect of the Earth's Movement Upon Human Behavior. Read before the Hunterian Medical Society.
January 16: Birth Control and Social Welfare. Read at the Saturday Night Open Forum, Toledo, Ohio.
*January: Preventive Psychiatry. Birth Control Review, 16:8-10.
*January: The Relation of Left-Handedness to Behavior Disorders. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 2:44-57. Read before the eighth annual meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association.
*February: Francis Crowley vs. The People of the State of New York. Survey Graphic, 20:476-511.
March 2: Left-Handedness in Relation to Juvenile Behavior. Series of lectures on Advances in Pediatrics at the Fifth Avenue Hospital, New York City.
April 15: Camping as a Factor in Personality Training. Read at the Camp Exposition.
April: When Left is Right. Delineator.
**June 28: Home Economics and Life Attitudes. Read before the Department of Supervisors and Teachers of Home Economics, National Educational Association, Atlantic City, N.J. (see January, 1933)
*July-August: A Thousand Marriages. Birth Control Review, 16:205-207.
*August: The Altered Position of Children as a Factor in Behavior, with a Particular Consideration of Negro Children. Archives of Pediatrics, 44:494-511. Read before the Harlem Education Committee, March 21, 1932.
*September: The Mental Hygiene Approach to Public Health. American Medicine, 38:346-354. Read before the Dutchess County Health Association, Hyde Park, N.Y., June 10, 1932.
October 11: Address. Commencement.
October 26: Personality Problems Born of the Depression. Association for Personality Training Lecture Series on Current Human Problems and Some Suggested Solutions.
*October: Psychoanalysis and Religion. Mental Hygiene, 16:529-563. Read before Ward's Island Psychiatrical Society, April 25, 1932.
*October: The Relation of the Public Health Nurse to Mental Hygiene. Public Health Nursing, 24:541-546. Read before the New Jersey State Department of Health Bureau of Child Hygiene, annual conference, Newark, N.J., May 2, 1930
*November 15: Back to Barbarism. Midmonthly Survey, 68:593.
**November 29: The Depression and its Effect Upon the Child. Read before the Women's Division of Federation.
*1932: Known and Unknown. Hospital Social Service, 25: 310-316.
1933
January 26: Mental Hygiene in Childhood. Read before the Parent-Teachers Association, P.S. 6, Manhattan.
January 26: Sex Education and Mental Hygiene. Read at the Regional Conference on Social Hygiene, New York City.
*January: Home Economics and Life Attitudes. Practical Home Economics, 11:9-28. Read before the Department of Supervisors and Teachers of Home Economics, National Educational Association, Atlantic City, N.J., June 28, 1932.
*March: Mental Health of the Preschool Child. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health, 23:191-200. Read before the sixty-first annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C., October 25, 1932.
April 21: Health as a Basic Potential for Social Adjustment. Fourth annual conference on Interpretations of Physical Education.
*April: Hand Preference in Primitive Man. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 3:95-112. Presidential address, American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1933.
*April: Why Children Fail. Understanding the Child, 3:7-9,29.
*May 3: Health in Relation to Personality. Medical Journal and Record, 137:353-356. Read before the New York Child Study Association, January 31, 1933.
*September: The Mental Hygiene Problem of the Deaf. Archives of Pediatrics, 50:603-614. Read before the International Congress on the Education of the Deaf at the Convention of the American Instructors of the Deaf, Trenton, N.J., June 20, 1933.
**October 17: Birth Control and National Recovery. Read before the Rhode Island Birth Control League, Providence, R.I.
*October: Editorial - Vital Statistics Propound Questions. Hospital Social Service, 28:381-383.
*November 9: "Spending" or Investing in Education. School, 45:1,4.
*November: Birth Control and National Recovery. Birth Control Review. Read before the Rhode Island Birth Control League, Providence, R.I., October 17, 1933.
*1933: Education for Marriage in the Present Social and Economic Order. Hospital Social Service, 28:139-143.
*1933: Personality Problems Born of the Depression. Hospital Social Service, 28:415-421.
*1933: The Relationship of Physiological Health to Efficient Living in Home Situations. Published in Physiological Health, school of education series, J. B. Nash, editor. A. S. Barns and Company, 1933. p.165-170. Read at New York University School of Education, April 21, 1933.
1934
*January: The Continuity of the Neurotic Processes. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 4:49-72.
*January: Fact and Fancy in Mental Hygiene. American Medicine, 40:26-38. Read before the Massachusetts Society for Mental Hygiene, Boston, Mass., May 10, 1933.
*January: A Few Thoughts for the New Year on the Job of Being a Parent. Hygeia, 12:8-9.
*February: The Editors' Page. Child Study, 11:129.
*March: Schooling in Relation to the Emotions and Intitiative. Education, 54:421-426.
March 9: The Normalities of Handicapped Children. A National Conference on the Education and Rehabilitation of Handicapped Children, New York City.
*May: The Blue Stork and the Blue Eagle. Tomorrow, 1:12,13,14.
*July: The Visiting Teacher. Mental Hygiene, 18:380-392. Read before the National Conference on the Education and Rehabilitation of Handicapped Children, New York University, March 10, 1934.
August 2: The Teachers Contribution to the Guidance Program: Reciprocal Relations With the Specialists in Guidance Read before the Conference on Individual Development and Guidance, New York City.
*October: Auto-Suggested Dreams as a Factor in Therapy. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 4:449-463. Read before the eleventh annual meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, Chicago, Ill., February 22, 1934.
*October: Social Psychiatry and Mobilization for Human Needs. American Medicine, 40:420-428.
November 3: Speech and Handedness. Read before the Talk of the Town Club.
*November: A Mental Hygienist Looks at Guidance and Industry. Occupation, 13:114-125.
*November: Teeth and Personality. Dental Survey, 10:28-34. Read before The First District Dental Society, New York City, March 5, 1934.
** *December 5: The Animal in Man. Medical Record, 140:636-638.
1935
*January: The Challenge of Childhood. Mental Hygiene, 19:38-46. Read before the twenty-fifth anniversary meeting of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York City, November 14, 1934.
*January - March: Dentistry and Dentists as Portrayed by Shakespeare. Mouth Health Quarterly, 4:5-17.
**February: Psychology and Social Trends. Read before the New York Urban League, New York City.
*March: Birth Control: Creation vs. Propagation. American Medicine, 41:141-148.
*April: Child Guidance as a Medical Function. Archives of Pediatrics, 52:213-233. Read before the Passaic County Medical Society, N.J., February 14, 1935.
*April - June: Teeth and Personality as Portrayed by Shakespeare. Mouth Health Quarterly, 4:8-11.
May 2: Mental Hygiene in Childhood, Adolescence, and Maturity. Read before the North Bronx Medical Society.
May 9: How Can the Schools of To-day Prepare the Child for the Changing World of To-morrow? Symposium and discussion sponsored by the Union City Personnel Guidance and Research Committee.
May 9: Sex Psychology. Read before the Kings Dental Society.
May 17: Common Sense in Rearing Children for Life. Read at the Special School Association, Conference on the "Retarded Child."
June 8: How to Identify, Measure and Develop the Dynamic Qualities of Leadership. Read before the sixteenth annual conference of the City General Secretaries' Association of North American, Montreal, Quebec.
June 13: Social Problems for Children. Read at the eighth training course for camp counselors, Bound Brook, N.J.
June 18: Oral Hygiene in Relation to Medicine. Commencement address, the School for Dental Hygienists of the Murry and Leonie Guggenheim Dental Clinic.
*July 3: Emotional Behavior During Early Childhood. Medical Record, 142:24-27. Read before the Pediatric section of the New York Academy of Medicine, December 13, 1934.
*July: The Personality of King Lear as a Young Man. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 5:325-336. Read before the Association for Personality Training, New York City, April 10, 1935.
**July - December: American Uses of Animal Names as Applied to Persons. Published in Public Notes and Queries, vol. 169.
*October 15: The Role of the Forgettery in Education. Proceedings: The Second Institute on the Exceptional Child of the Child Research Clinic of the Woods School, Langhorne, Pa.
October 28: We Find Ourselves a Public Charge. Read before the Women's Division of Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New York City.
**November 22: Art - the Foundation of Literature Read before the Arts Guild.
*November: Common Sense in Rearing Children for Life. Archives of Pediatrics, 52:749-760.
*December 28: This Right-Handed World. Today.
1936
January 10: The Nurse and Mental Health. Read before the second annual institute of the New York State Nurses Association and New York League of Nursing Education.
*January: The Facts About Left-Handedness. The National Parent-Teacher Magazine, 30:8-9, 32-34.
*January: The Next Decade and Education from the Standpoint of Mental Hygiene. Archives of Pediatrics, 53:27-42. Read before the Progressive Education Association, New York City, November 22, 1935.
*January: The Use of the Kohs Test as an Indicator of Mental Confusion. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 6:1-16. Read before the 1935 meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association.
*February: Public Health and Syphilis. American Medicine, vol. 2.
March 1: The Place of Illusions in Our Scheme of Living. Read at the Rodeph Sholom Temple
*April 3: The Federalist No. 18. The Independent Journal of Columbia University, 3:2.
*April: Integration of the Child, the Goal of the Educational Program. Mental Hygiene, 20:249-261. Read before the Department of Superintendents, National Education Association, Atlantic City, N.J., February 26, 1935.
*May 15: Physical and Physiological Growth as a Factor in Child Adjustment. New York State Journal of Medicine, 36:809-813.
*May 16: Big Crooks from Little Truants. Today.
*June: Marriage and the First Year. Voice of Youth, 1:3-4.
*June - July: A Medical Review of the Report. The Journal of Contraception, 1:108-111.
*July 15: Life and Love - A Symposium in C Major and B Minor. New York State Journal of Medicine, 36:1035-1048. Read before The Doctor's Club, New York City, March 25, 1936.
*July: The Role of the Forgettery in Education. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 6:376-396. Read before the Second Institute on the Exceptional Child of the Child Research Clinic of the Wood's School, Langhorne, Pa., October 15, 1935.
August 1: Open Clinic Treatment for Problems of Juvenile Behavior. Read before the tenth annual international Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Oxford, England.
*December 7: The Child With Behavior Problems - How is He Being Cared For? Better Times, vol. 68.
1937
*February: The Future of Speech Improvement. The Spoken Word, 5:13-16.
*February: The Psychology of the Hymen. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 85:143-156. Read before the New York Physicians-Yorkville Medical Society, New York City, April 25, 1935.
**April: Further Consideration on Suicide (a Criticism). Printed in The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 7:235-239.
*April - June: Teeth and Personality. Mouth Health Quarterly.
*May 15: And it Ever Will be Said of Youth. New York State Journal of Medicine, 37:960-962.
June 13: Children on Their Can. This Week (magazine section)
** *July: Personality Development and Social Control in Terms of Constitution and Culture. Three lectures given at the Tavistock Clinic.
*September 29: Sex Crimes and the Home. Parents Magazine.
*September: Children's Lies. Hygeia.
*September: Ordinal Position and the Behavior Disorders of Young Children. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 51:61-93.
*October: A Study of the Basal Age With Reference to its Meaning for School Adjustment. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 7:441-455. Read before the 1936 meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association.
*November: Society and Sex Offenders. Survey Graphic, 26:569-572.
1938
**January: The Child's Attitude to Himself. Published in The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 9:241-246.
*January: Present Problems of Mental Health in Russia. Mental Hygiene, 22:25-56. Read before the twenty-eighth annual meeting of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York City, November 10, 1937.
*March: The Fraternity's Role in Sex Education. The Rattle of Theta Chi, 26:3-7.
*April: Love at First Sight as Manifest in "The Tempest." The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 8:341-356.
*June: The Fraternity's Role in Sex Education. The Quill and Scroll, 28:14-21.
*September - October: Mental Disorders as a Factor in Divorce. Eugentical News, 23:81-92. Read before the twenty-sixth annual meeting of the Eugenics Research Association.
*October 15: The Changing I.Q. in Children's Institutions. The Survey.
*October: A Study of the Behavior of 250 Children with Mental Age Ten Years. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 8:689-708.
1939
*January: Sex Offenders Against Young Children: What Shall be Done About Them? Journal of Social Hygiene, 25:33-44. Read before the Regional Conference on Social Hygiene, New York City, February 3, 1938.
*March 1: Social Security Acts and Population Change. Medical Record, 149:9,10,12.
**April 28: Mental Incompetents and the Marriage Law. Read before the regional meeting of the New York State Conference on Marriage and the Family.
*April: Democracy in Camping. Camping World, 5:4-8,18,19.
*April: The Mental Defective. Journal of Contraception, 4:84.
*May 1: Constitution and Situations. New York State Journal of Medicine, 39:884-890.
*June: Mental Hygiene for Dentists. The Dental Outlook, 26:256-262.
*June: Pets. Hygeia, 17:493.
*July: Behavior Differentials of Children with I.Q.'s 120 and above and I.Q.'s 79 and Below, with Some Reference to Socio-Economic Status. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 9:529-539.
**October 27: Speaking of Children Reminds Me of Parents. Mental Hygiene.
*November: The Ebb and Flow of Death. American Journal of Surgery, 46:234-245.
*1939: Can We Change Personality? Trends in Crime Treatment, 1939 Yearbook.
1940
*January: So-Called "Problem Children." Hygeia, 18:80.
February 24: The Relation of Birth to Behavior. Seventeenth annual meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association.
*April: What Constitutes Abnormality? The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 10:216-228. Read before the 1939 meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association.
*July: Body-Mind Unity. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 10:532-547.
*September: The Threat of Mental Disease. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 92:323-341.
*November - December: Some Factors in the Selection of Probation. Federal Probation, 4:9-13.
1941
*January: Adult Education as Protective Mental Hygiene. Mental Hygiene, 25:87-97. Read before the American Association for Adult Education, New York City, May 20, 1940.
*April: A Study of Failures on the Standard Binet in Relation to Behavior and School Problems. The Journal of Educational Psychology, 32:275-283.
*April: Relation of Birth to Behavior. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 11:320-334. Read before the 1940 meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association.
*July: Adolescence - Its Challenge. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 11:599-602.
*July: Pediatrics and Child Psychiatry: A Symposium. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 11:423-451.
*July: Sex Offenders and Sex Offenses: Classification and Treatment. The Journal of Criminal Psychopathology, 3:11-31.
*November 28: Report to the 1941 National Interfraternity Conference Concerning a Pamphlet on Sex Hygiene.
*November: When Youth Faces Confusion. National Parent-Teacher, 36:8-10.
*1941: Sex In Terms of Personal and Social Hygiene. National Interfraternity Conference, 1941.
1942
*January: Chance in the Validation of Personality Tests. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 12:154-160.
*January: Some Shakespearean Characters in the Light of Present-Day Psychologies. Psychiatric Quarterly, 16:62-90.
*January: Some Social and Psychological Considerations in the Education of the Handicapped. Mental Hygiene, 26:92-99.
*March: Camps in War Time. The Defense of the American Way of Life. Camping World, 8:5-11,20.
*April: Papers and Addresses. Mental Hygiene and Social Security. Medical Journal and Record, 155:235-238. Read before the Mental Hygiene Committee of the Brooklyn Council for Social Planning, February 3, 1942.
*Summer: Lying as a Biological and Social Phenomenon. The Nervous Child, 1:293-313.
*November: Eye Dominance. Archives of Opthamology, 28:780-790. Read before the New York Academy of Medicine, section of ophthalmology, March 16, 1942.
*1942-1943: Who is the Nervous Child? The Nervous Child, 2:211-213.
1943
*December: Contraception Teaching in Medical Schools. The Western Journal of Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Undated
Address. Brooklyn Civic Club.
Address. Institute for Advanced Education, dinner to honor Alfred Adler, founder of the School of Individual Psychology.
Address. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
The Adolescent Crisis, its Influence Upon Personality.
Adolescent Heat and Friction. Mental Hygiene Lecture Course of the Henry Street Visiting Nurse Service.
The Attitude of the Adolescent Boy Toward the Problem of Health and Sex. Social service courses for volunteers.
The Basis and Nature of Juvenile Sex Difficulties.
Birth Control and Social Service. Read before the American Birth Control League and the Birth Control League of Massachusetts.
Brotherhood in the Education of Children. Read at the Preliminary World Unity Conference, New York City.
*The Child.. Published by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
A Comparison of the Ideas of Freud: Adler and Jung. Read at the Society for the Advancement of Literature and Art.
Conduct Disorders of Childhood (lecture series)
1. The Nature, Cause and Management of Truants.
2. School Failures as Problems in Maladjustment.
3. An Inquiry Into the Nature of Temper, Tantrums and Brain Storms.
4. The Nature of Lying, Deceit, Phantasy and Rationalization. Presented by the New School for Social Research.
Dishonesty, Theft the Difference Between Thieves and Thieving.
Do We Want Military Training in the Schools? Read before the Women's Peace Party of New York City.
Health in Relation to Personality. Read at the Child Study Association of American, New York City.
Health Efficiency of a Business Man (lecture series under the auspices of Class in Applied Christianity)
1. His Work.
2. His Food.
3. His Exercise and Recreation.
4. After Forty - What?
*Holy Land. Midmonthly Survey, 71:361. ( a poem )
Is Intelligence an Asset or a Liability? Read before the Society for the Advancement of Literature and Art.
The Meaning of Behaviorism. Read before the Society for the Advancement of Literature and Art.
Mental Conflict, Their Nature, Possible Prevention and Control.
The Mental Health of the School-Age Child. Fifteen lectures on mental hygiene under the auspices of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York State Committee on Mental Hygiene, and the New York Neurological Institute.
The Mental Hygiene of Your Child. Read at the Jackson Heights Health Association and the Jackson Heights Community Council.
The Parent, the Teacher and the Child - Team Play in the Interest of Mental Hygiene. Lecture cause on mental hygiene and education, the University of Toronto.
The Problems of Inferiorities and Superiorities.
The Psychiatrist Looks at Marriage. A Symposium on marriage, The Community Church.
Psychology and Social Medicine. Read before the Twentieth Century Club, Boston, Mass.
The Public in Our Public Schools. Read before the New Yorkers Club.
*Rickets and Scurvey. Published by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
The Sex Element in Modern Marriage. Symposium on sex in civilization, The Community Church.
Sex Education an Aid to Mental Health. Lectures on mental hygiene under the auspices of The Bible Study Club.
Sex Education as an Aid the Mental Health. Read before the Young Women's Hebrew Association, New York City.
Sex Hygiene. Read before the Young Men's Club of the "Home-like Church on the Hill Top."
Shall Education be Reformed or Revolutionized? Read at the Socialist Press Club Dinner.
Shall the Professor Unite With Labor for Political Action? Read at a dinner in honor of Rose Schneiderman.
Social Evil and Sex Hygiene. Read before the Jewish Men's Club of Newark, N.J.
Some of the Problems of the Neuroses and Psychoses During Childhood.
Tavern-On-the Moors Summer lecture course:
1. Understanding Our Husbands
2. Understanding Our Wives
3. The Challenge of the Child
4. Understanding Other Parents
5. Understanding Ourselves
Manuscripts
Abstract of paper on relation of marital difficulties to school behavior. Read before the New School for Social Research, May 27, 1932.
American Uses of Animal Names as Applied to Persons. Published in Public Notes and Queries, vol. 169, July - December, 1935.
The Animal in Man. Published in Medical Record, 140:636-638. December 5, 1934.
Are Parents Always Wrong?
Art - the Foundation of Literature. Read before the Arts Guild, November 22, 1935.
Be Yourself
Birth Control and National Recovery. Read before the Rhode Island Birth Control League at Providence, R.I., October 17, 1933.
Character as Influenced by Personality. Radio address, WEAF, December 7, 1937.
The Child is Father to the Man.
The Child's Attitude to Himself. Published in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 9:241-246. January, 1938.
The Chronic Homeless Man as a Mental Problem.
A Comparative Study of Graphology, Palmistry and the Rorschach Test.
The Criminal Judge
Department of Child Welfare Report submitted by Dr. Goldwater of Mount Sinai Hospital, May 7, 1920.
The Depression and its Effect Upon the Child. Talk before the Women's Division of Federation, November 29, 1932.
Discussion of Dr. Bonner's paper at the fiftieth anniversary and seventh national convention of the American Association of University Women, Boston, Mass., April 8-11, 1931.
Discussion of Dr. Ryan's paper: Mental Hygiene in the Training of Teachers. Read before the first international Congress oh Mental Hygiene, Washington, D.C., May 9, 1930.
Discussion of Paper by S. Adolphus Knopf on Birth Control, in its Medical, Social, Economic, and Moral Aspects.
The Effect of the Earth' s Motion on Human Behavior. Read before the Hunterian Medical Society, January 12, 1932.
Evaluation of the Arts Guild Methods and Techniques.
Further Consideration on Suicide (a Criticism). Published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 7:235-239, April, 1937.
Home Economics and Life Attitudes. Read before the National Education Association, Department of Supervisors and Teachers of Home Economics, Atlantic, N.J., June 27, 1932.
How to Study.
Intermittent Amentia Dialectica with Periodic Depersonalization. Read before the Academy of Medicine, April 3, 1938.
[Jitterbug]
Johnny Doesn't Eat.
Joy in the Home.
Liberty and Oratory. Read at the University of Rochester, June 3, 1898.
Louis Kossuth. Read at the Rochester Free Academy graduation, June, 1894.
Lying as a Biological and Social Phenomenon. Part of Pathological Lying and the Pathological Liar, by Ira. S. Wile.
The Meaning of News
Medical Association of Greater New York - Birth Control.
Mental Incompetents and the Marriage Law. Read before the regional meeting of the New York State Conference on Marriage and the Family, April 28, 1939.
A National Health Program.
Observable Symptoms of Health Disorders and Physical Defects in School Children.
Open School Week.
Orphans - Education, What and Where is the Gap?
Pepping it Up.
Physiopathology in Child Guidance.
[The Place of Speech Education and Correction in the School Systems]
A Plan for Teaching Hygiene in the Public Schools. Read before the International Congress on Hygiene and Demography.
Problem Parents and Problem Children. Chapter from Our Neurotic Age, Farrar and Rinehart. 1932.
Proposal for an Organization of a Conference Committee Interested in Contraception.
A Psychiatrist Looks at Religion.
Psychology and Social Trends. Read before the New York Urban League, New York City, February, 1935.
The Relationship of Physiological Health to Efficient Living in Home Situations. Read at New York University School of Education, April, 1933. Published in Physiological Health, J. B. Nash, editor. A. S. Barnes and Company. 1933. p.l65-170.
[Report of the Fiftieth Anniversary and Seventh Annual Convention of University Women,April 8-11, 1931]
Rhythm-Rhythm.
The Scientific Attitude.
Sex Adjustment of the Young Adult.
Sex and Normal Human Behavior. Chapter from Sex in Civilization. Macaul and Company. New York, 1929.
Sex Crimes and the Home. Published in Parents Magazine, September 29, 1937.
Social Hygiene as Mental Hygiene. Journal of Criminal Psychopathology
Speaking of Children Reminds me of Parents. Published in Mental Hygiene, October 27, 1939.
Sunlight and Rest. Radio address, WEAF, May 23, 1932.
Superstition and Mental Hygiene.
[Review of] The Third Reich as a Sexual Problem by Hanns Erich Kaminski.
To Make Childbirth Easy.
The Visiting Nurse and Mental Hygiene. Radio address, WEAF, March 21, 1932.
What is Normal Behavior for Children? Radio address, WNYC, May 19, 1938.
What is Work? Radio address, WJZ, February 5, 1931.
What of the New Year? Radio address, WMCA, January 1, 1933.
Who and What are Orphans?
Who is the Nervous Child?
Women's Economic Hazard After Age Forty-Five.


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