Robert Jesse Stoller (1924-1991) was a professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine. The collection consists of
correspondence, research files, publications, manuscripts, notes, and lectures related to Stoller's activities and career.
Robert Jesse Stoller was born December 15, 1924 in Bronxville, New York; BA and MA, psychology, University of California
at Berkeley; became professor of psychiatry at UCLA School of Medicine, 1954; wrote many books, including Sex and gender: on the Development of Masculinity and Femininity (1968), Splitting: a Case of Female Masculinity (1973), and Observing the Erotic Imagination (1985); co-wrote Cognitive Science and Psychoanalysis (1988) with K.M. Colby; died in Los Angeles on September 6, 1991.
90 cartons (90 linear ft.)
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