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Writings, 1918-1988 (continued)
Nos. 1-27, 1923-1950
BOX 118 Nos. 28-50, 1950-1955
Bundle II, Nos. 51-100, 1956-1965
Bundle III
Nos. 101-105, 1965
BOX 119 Nos. 106-128, 1966-1975
Bundle IV, unnumbered, 1949-1978, undated
Papers (articles, essays, lectures, and speeches)
"The Relation of Beating-Phantasies to a Day-Dream"
"Zur Theorie der Kinderanalyse"
"Child Analysis"
"Psychoanalysis and the Training of the Young Child"
BOX 120 1933
Lecture to the plenary session of a professional association of municipal kindergarten teachers, Vienna, Austria
"Psychoanalytische Bemerkung zur Erziehung des Kleinkindes"
"The Problem of Training Analysis"
"Conference on Wartime Nurseries"
"Difficulties of Sex Enlightenment"
"Sex in Childhood"
"Indications for Child Analysis"
"Freedom from Want in Early Education"
"The Psychoanalytic Study of Infantile Feeding Disturbances"
UNESCO lecture, Paris, France
"Aggression in Relation to Emotional Development: Normal and Pathological"
"Emotional and Instinctual Development"
"The Establishment of Feeding Habits"
UNESCO lecture, Paris, France
"The Bearing of Psychoanalytic Instinct Theory on Certain Aspects of Human Behaviour"
"Educational and Psychological Techniques for Changing Mental Attitudes Affecting International Understanding"
"Sublimation As a Factor in Upbringing"
"Die Triebentwicklung des Kindes"
“Über bestimmte Schwierigkeiten der Elternbeziehung in der Vorpubertät"
BOX 121 1949
"The Case for and against Nursery-School"
"Certain Types and Stages of Social Maladjustment"
"Expert Knowledge for the Average Mother"
"Nursery School Education: Its Uses and Dangers"
"On Certain Difficulties in the Preadolescent's Relation to His Parents"
"The Value of Psycho-Analysis for the Understanding and Upbringing of Children"
"Anna Freud's Lecture at Harvard University," Cambridge, Mass.
Clark University conference on the contribution of psychoanalysis to genetic psychology, Worcester, Mass.
No. 1, lecture on the early history of psychoanalysis
No. 2, lecture on the psychoanalytic study of early eating and sleeping difficulties
No. 3, "The Contributions of Psychoanalysis to Early Personality Developments"
Nine summaries of lectures given in the United States
"Observations on Child Development"
"Problems of Child Analysis"
"Problems of Training Analysis"
"The Significance of the Evolution of Psychoanalytic Child Psychology"
"Variations in Psychoanalytic Technique"
"An Experiment in Group Upbringing"
"The Mutual Influences in the Development of Ego and Id"
"Comments on `The Effects of Bodily Illness on the Mental Development of Children'"
"The Role of Bodily Illness in the Mental Life of Children"
"The Role of the Teacher"
BOX 122 "Studies in Passivity," based on three earlier papers: "A Study of Certain Reactions in Homosexual Patients," "Some Clinical Remarks Concerning the Treatment of Cases of Male Homosexuality," and "Notes on a Connection between the States of Negativism and Emotional Surrender"
"Some Remarks on Infant Observation"
"About Losing and Being Lost"
"Diagnosis and Assessment of Childhood Disturbances"
"Problems of Infantile Neurosis"
"Problems of Technique in Adult Analysis"
"Psychoanalysis and Education"
"Safeguarding the Emotional Health of Our Children"
"The Widening Scope of Indications for Psychoanalysis"
"Psychoanalysis and Education"
"The Child Guidance Clinic As a Center of Prophylaxis and Enlightenment"
BOX 123 "Child Observation and Prediction of Development: A Memorial Lecture in Honor of Ernst Kris"
"The Contribution of Direct Child Observation to Psychoanalysis"
"Direct Observation"
"Problems of Termination in Child Analysis"
"Termination of Treatment"
"Some General Problems Concerning the Technique of Child-Analysis"
"The Concept of Normality"
"Defense Mechanisms"
"The Nature of the Therapeutic Process"
"Four Contributions to the Psychoanalytic Study of the Child," composed of: I) "The Assessment of Normality," II) "The Assessment of Pathology," III) "The Therapeutic Possibilities," and IV) "The Status of Child Analysis"
"Papers Given at the Hampstead Clinic on the Topics Treated in Her American Lectures in September 1960, London, England"
"Why Children Go Wrong"
"Assessment of Childhood Disturbances"
"Regression As a Principle in Mental Development"
"The Theory of the Parent-Infant Relationship"
"Assessment of Normality and Pathology"
"The Emotional and Social Development of Young Children"
"Infantile Dependancy As a Factor in Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice"
"The Concept of Developmental Lines"
"The Role of Regression in Mental Development"
"Comments on Psychic Trauma"
BOX 124 "The Doctor-Patient Relationship"
"Doctoral Award Address," after-dinner speech, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Penn.
"Links between Hartmann's Ego Psychology and Child Analyst's Thinking"
"Psychoanalytic Knowledge of the Child and Its Application to Children's Services"
"Recent Advances in Psychology and Psychotherapy"
"Some Recent Developments in Child-Analysis"
"Diagnostic Skills and Their Growth in Psycho-Analysis"
"Interactions between Nursery School and Child Guidance Clinic"
“Metapsychological Assessment of the Adult Personality: The Adult Profile"
"Nursery School in the Children's Clinic"
"Obsessional Neurosis: A Summary of Psychoanalytic Views"
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