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Index from Child Guidance in Britain, 1918–1955

Index from Child Guidance in Britain, 1918–1955

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Index from Child Guidance in Britain, 1918–1955: The Dangerous Age of Childhood. Book number 12 in our series Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine, published by Pickering & CHatto
Index from Child Guidance in Britain, 1918–1955: The Dangerous Age of Childhood. Book number 12 in our series Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine, published by Pickering & CHatto

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INDEX
1951 Symposium, 148–53
 A Children’s Charter 
, 62–3Addis, Robina, 2, 5, 57, 94–7, 101, 136–7Alord, Dr A. F., 130–1, 135, 161Angel, Katherine, 38APSW (Association o Psychiatric Social Workers), 52, 70, 115, 118, 134–5, 159Armstrong, David, 3–4, 85Ashdown, Margaret, 53Auden, Dr G. A., 28, 36, 59Balint, Edna, 138Barbour, Dr R. F., 140–1Barnes, M. R., 167–8Bartlett, Dr E. M., 165–7Barton Hall, Dr Muriel, 8, 10, 42, 63bed-wetting (enuresis), 11, 57, 79, 89, 111,117, 155, 180Belast’s Hospital or Sick Children, 119Beveridge, Sir William, 32–3Binet–Simon scheme, 47–8Birmingham Child Guidance Clinic, 64–8,84, 86, 103, 141Blacker, C. P., 135–6Board o Education, 26, 46, 66–70, 109–10,127–9, 133, 178Bodman, Dr Frank, 84, 118, 120bombing (wartime), 107–8, 109, 110, 115,118Bowlby, Johnand attachment theory, 7case studies, 97
Child Care and the Growth of Love
, 90,111and evacuation, 109–10, 112–13and amily relationships, 156–7and historiographical study o childguidance, 5opinion o Moodie, 28
 Personal Aggressiveness and War 
, 7, 11,109‘Preventive Psychiatry with Special Reer-ence to Child Guidance’, 137and psychiatrists, 45, 168‘Psychology and Democracy’, 140and scientic practice, 39and sexual abuse, 101and Underwood Committee, 163, 165Bowler, Peter, 60Boyd, William, 19, 39–40, 49–50, 71, 78–9,80–1, 113, 173BPS (British Psychological Society), 19, 47,63, 127, 147–9, 160–1Bristol Child Guidance Clinic, 68–9, 84,118, 120, 140–1, 155British Association or the Advancement o Science, 24–5British Child Study Association, 149
 British Journal of Educational Psychology
, 47,50, 63
 British Journal of Medical Psychology
, 1
 British Journal of Psychiatric Social Work
, 63
 British Medical Journal 
 
(BMJ)
, 28, 63,146–7, 158British Paediatric Association, 136British Sociological Association, 153Brown, Sybil Clement, 20, 36–7, 53–5,56–7, 114, 135–6, 140, 161Burbury, Mary, 45, 68, 138Burke, Noel, 1, 42, 44Burlingham, Dorothy, 110Burnham, David, 50–1, 54–5
 
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Child Guidance in Britain, 1918–1955
Burns, Dr Charlesand Birmingham Clinic, 65, 67and Catholic Clinics, 74and dening ‘normalcy’, 84, 86and ‘happiness’, 88–9and parental responsibility, 103, 104 post-war child guidance proposals,121–2, 123tours Europe, 17–18Burt, Cyriland 1951 Symposium, 151–2appointed to LCC, 19case study, 94and Committee on Reconstruction, 127and evacuation, 113and John Bowlby, 7and training o PSWs, 32, 52–3
Te Young Delinquent 
, 132Butler, R. A., 128–30, 179Cadbury, Geraldine, 65Calver, Dr Grace, ‘Understanding Ourselvesand Our Children’, 126Cambridge Survey, 112, 113–14, 116–18Cameron, Kenneth, 154, 157–8, 166–7,187–8Campbell, McFie, 9Carr-Saunders, A. M., 69case studies, 92–102, 117–18, 155–6, 158Catholic Clinics, 71–8, 81Central Association or Mental Welare, 20,108CGC (Child Guidance Council)and American child guidance model, 15,23–5, 172and Birmingham Clinic, 65and Dundee Clinic, 79–80ounding o, 4, 21–3and ounding o London Clinic, 26, 28, 31unding, 22–3and unding child guidance, 66–7, 69General Director’s Reports, 22–3and ‘loan’ system, 64membership o, 22merged with Central Association orMental Welare/National Council orMental Hygiene, 108and Oxord Clinic, 70and promotion o child guidance, 10,59–62and role o psychiatrists, 46and Scottish clinics, 71, 79–80, 130–1and training o PSWs, 32–3, 56and wartime unding, 119–20 wartime move to Cambridge, 111, 114Child Guidance Interclinic Conerence,121–3
Child Life
, 60–1, 86Children Act (1948), 3Cohen, Sol, 87‘commonsense conversation’, 46, 106, 177Commonwealth Fund (New York)and American child guidance model,172–3, 182and Birmingham Clinic, 65and CFC, 21, 22, 27and unding child guidance, 18–20,66–7, 119–20, 178and growth o child guidance services,119and ‘loan’ system, 64and London Clinic, 31and Oxord Clinic, 70and role o psychiatrists, 43, 44, 46and Scottish clinics, 72, 77and training o PSWs, 32–3Cook, Hera, 101Cooter, Roger, 6, 38, 42Creak, Mildred, 147Crichton-Miller, Hugh, 19Crowley, Dr Ralph, 9, 23, 24–5, 66Curtis Committee, 140Davidson, May, 149–50, 159–60‘Dick’ (case study), 92–4, 100, 101Dickson, M. D. L.,
Child Guidance
, 74,76–7, 92–3Diploma in Mental Health, 31–3, 51–3,55–7, 114–15doctors’ reerrals, 12Drever, James, 19, 39, 49–50, 71, 78–9, 131Drummond, Margaret, 39Dundee Child Guidance Clinic, 79–80, 91Durbin, Evan,
 Personal Aggressiveness and War 
, 11Dutch National Association or MentalHealth, 17Eccles, David, 160–1Eckhard, Edith, 32
 
 
 Index 
231Edelston, Dr, 122–3, 157Edinburgh Child Guidance Clinic, 72–5,77–8, 84–5, 99–100Education Acts (1940s), 4, 125, 131, 132–3,178‘efective intelligence’, 48–9EIS (Educational Institute o Scotland), 73,112English Child Guidance Committee, 21evacuees (wartime), 10–11, 89, 107–8,109–15, 116–17Evans, Bonnie, 45Fabian Society, 112Faireld, Dr Letitia, 6–7, 23–4, 26Federal Children’s Bureau, 31Feversham Committee, 43, 47, 70, 83, 92,105Fildes, Lucy, 19, 56, 60, 140, 148Fortes, Dr Meyer, 48–9Fox, Evelyn, 20, 22, 27, 32, 110, 111Freeman, Hugh, 167Freud, Anna, 110, 152‘Te Teory o Children’s Analysis’, 12Freud, Sigmund, 35–6, 101, 105–6Fry, Margery, 111Gillespie, Helen, 87Gillespie, R. D.,
 A extbook of Psychiatry for Students and Practitioners
,
 
9, 86–7, 139Goldberg, ilda, 40–1Gordon, R. G., 41, 129–30, 174Graebner, William, 7Great Ormond Street Hospital or Children,147Grob, Gerald, 38Grosvenor, Ian, 64Guy’s Hospital, 104Hall, G. Stanley, 16, 18Hall, John, 50, 148Hamilton-Pearson, E. A., 12Hammack, David, 18Harkness, Edward, 18, 20–1Hart, Bernard, 7, 37, 39Hayes, Sarah, 5, 87Healy, William, 16, 39Henderson, D. K., 6, 9, 42, 86–7, 130
 A extbook of Psychiatry for Students and  Practitioners
, 9, 86–7, 139Hendrick, Harry, 3, 7, 18, 39, 140‘Henry’ (case study), 156Hilda, Sister Marie, 72, 73, 74–7, 130, 131,173
Child Guidance
, 76historiographical study o child guidance,5–6Horn, Margo, 30Hunnybun, Noel, 26–8, 40, 53Hunter, Dugmore, 157, 166–7, 168Hurl, Chris, 11Inskip, Lady, 68insomnia, 60Institute or Child Guidance (New York),16, 26–7, 40Institute o Medical Psychology, 12, 19International Congress on Mental Health(1948), 139International Council or Mental Hygiene,71interwar intellectual climate, 35–7IQ tests, 29, 48, 95, 96, 117Isaacs, Susan, 44, 109, 113, 116 Jewish Health Organization, 19 Johnston, om, 130 Jones, Kathleen W., 6, 17, 38–9, 51, 55, 94,102 Jones, Mervyn,
 Holding On
, 14 Jordanova, Ludmilla, 61 Jung, Carl, 45 Juvenile Psychopathic Institute (Chicago),16Keir, Gertrude, 149Kennedy, Alexander, 150Kerr, Lady Margaret, 72, 73, 74, 75Klein, Melanie, 12, 152Knight, Rex, ‘Child Guidance in Italy’, 63
 Lancet 
, 136Lane, Christopher,
Shyness: How Normal  Behaviour Became a Sickness
,
 
87Lawrence, Christopher, 38Lawrence, Evelyn, 27LCC (London County Council), 26, 28, 39,105, 127lectures, 61–2Levinson, Dr, 97–8

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