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Box 7

 Container

Contains 59 Results:

Glueck's corner - column in newsletter Serendipities, 1962-1965

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 1
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1962-1965

"Remarks in honor of William Healy, M.D.", 1964

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 2
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: 1964

Dr. Glueck's plans for autobiographical writings, circa 1960-1965

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 16
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: circa 1960-1965

re Testing immigrants for feeblemindedness [incomplete], circa 1913

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 17
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: circa 1913

Forty consecutive admissions to Sing Sing prison - chapter 5, circa 1916

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 18
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: circa 1916

Report on feebleminded prisoners [incomplete], circa 1917

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 19
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: circa 1917

Review of The Psychology of Special Abilities and Disabilities by Augusta F. Bronner (1917), circa 1917

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 20
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: circa 1917

Anomalous children [incomplete], circa 1920s

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 21
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: circa 1920s

re Childhood maladjustment [incomplete], circa 1920s

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 22
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: circa 1920s

re Delinquency [incomplete], circa 1920s

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 23
Collection Summary From the Collection: Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck. Best known for establishing a psychiatric clinic within New York's Sing Sing Prison, these papers primarily document Glueck's institution-building administrative activities, the exploration of prison inmate mental health and the criminal mind (both the effects of incarceration on mental...
Dates: circa 1920s