Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
These interviews, a continuation of Dr. Senn's previous child development oral history project, range over a variety of related subjects with emphasis on child guidance. Notable interviewees are John Bowlby and Anna Freud.
Tapes and transcripts exist for each interview.
Contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, talks, drafts, reprints and printed matter. Among the organizations and conferences represented are the Gesell Clinic, the Yale University Child Study Center, the Cornell-N. Y. Hospital Institute of Child Health, the World Health Organization and the 1940 White House Conference. A sizable portion of the correspondence and reprints pertain to individual projects and publications.
The collection includes the papers of Herbert Rowell Stolz. It also contains biographical and genealogical data, correspondence files with individuals and organizations, child development materials, lecture notes, talks, typescripts, reprints, and photographs.
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. These mostly educational films were produced by both smaller, independent companies and major filmmaking entities during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Topics range from concerns about overpopulation to the function of human organs to divorce and racial prejudice. Many of the films deal with mental health, child development, and the health of the environment.
Wayne Dennis (1905-1976) was born September 1, 1905 in Washington County, Ohio. He received his B.A. from Marietta College (1926) and his Ph.D. from Clark University (1930). He was known as one of the most distinguished psychologists and child development specialists of his generation. A sizable portion of the collection consists of children's drawings collected by Dr. Dennis in his cross-cultural studies of behavior and intelligence.