Title:Interviews with leaders in the child guidance and clinic movement : transcripts, 1968-1969
Creator/Contributor:Senn, Milton J. E., 1902-
Creator/Contributor:National Library of Medicine (U.S.), History of Medicine Division.
Include interviews with Nancy Bayley of the University of California re her studies on emotional and physical development,
particularly, motor development in children; Jean Macfarlane of the University of California's Insitute of Human Development
re her long-term studies on personality development; Mary Cover Jones re joint research with her husband, Harold E. Jones,
professor of psychology and long-time director of the Institute of Human Behaviour, and re trends in child rearing; and Lois
Meek Stolz, an early worker in the pre-school movement, re her association with the American Association of University Women,
and her directorship of the Child Development Institute at Teachers College, University of Chicago, with additional comments
re her husband, psychology professor Herbert Stolz, and re child rearing in general. Each interview is indexed separately
and the Macfarlane and Jones interviews also contain copies of letters and published materials.
Subject:Bayley, Nancy -- 1899-1994
Jones, Mary Cover -- 1896-1987
Macfarlane, Jean Walker
Stolz, Lois Meek -- 1891-1984
Stolz, Herbert Rowell -- 1886-1971
University of California, Berkeley. -- Psychology Department.
University of California, Berkeley. -- Institute of Human Development.
American Association of University Women.
Columbia University. -- Teachers College. -- Child development institute.
Included in: History of Science and Technology Collection.
Interviews conducted 1968 and 1969 by Dr. Senn for the History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine.
4 items in 1 portfolio.
BANC MSS 80/92 c