Women and Mental Health

By Elizabeth Howell; Marjorie Bayes | Go to book overview

NAME INDEX
Abramowitz, S., 84, 100, 606
Adams, P. W., 178
Addiction Research Foundation, 296
Addictions, 296n
Addiction Services Agency (ASA), 270
Adolescent Health Services and Pregnancy Care Act, 336
Adorno, Theodor W., 64n11
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 332-33, 361-64, 366-67
Albee, Edward, 47
Alcoholics Anonymous, 297, 575, 597
Allen, R., 115
Always Ask a Man, 200
American Cancer Society, 411, 414
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 467
American Humane Association, 484, 498
American Psychiatric Association, 144, 179, 220-21, 379
American Psychological Association (APA), 83-84, 98, 98n, 99, 110-11, 378, 616, 624, 630
American Psychologist, 610
Andelin, H. B., 615
ARF Detoxification and Rehabilitation Programs, 300, 302-303
Aries, Elizabeth, 280
Arnon, W. E., 274, 286
Association for Women in Psychology, 572, 611
Ayres, Toni, 265
Badaracco, Marie R., 534n
Bailey, Holly, 252n2
Bales, R. F., 555-56
Balsam, Rosemary, 514n
Bandura, A., 73
Bane, M. J., 370n11
Barbach, Lonnie, 263, 365
Bard, M., 412-16
Bardwick, J. M., 72, 615
Barker, R. G., 313
Barnes, R. D., 625
Barnett, R., 15, 385
Bart, Pauline, 100, 180, 221-22, 391, 512, 573, 614
Baruch, G., 385
Bayes, M., 441
Baystate Medical Center, 481n
Beck, Aaron, 213
Becker, E., 259
Beckman, Linda J., 120, 304
Bell Canada, 303
Bell, R. Gordon, 297, 302
Belote, B., 144-45
Bem, S. L., 76, 624
Benedek, T., 342, 390-91
Berger, D. M., 202-203
Bergman, Ingmar, 144
Bernstein, B., 362
Beschner, G., 282n2
Beth Israel Hospital, 462, 478
Bettleheim, Bruno, 12, 27
Bhrolchain, M., 183
Binger, Carl, 236
Birchmore, Doreen, 301
Bird, C., 573-74
Blanck, Gertrude and Rubin, 53n5
Blitzer, J. R., 241
Block, J., 609
Blos, P., 322
Bonaparte, Marie, 7
Bond, Gary, 581n
Boston City Hospital, 450
Boston Strangler, 121
Boston Women's Health Book Collective,
341-42, 397
Boszormenyi-Nagy, I., 557
Bourne, R., 116
Bowen, M., 557
Boys Clubs, 335
Boy Scouts, 335
Brett, Elizabeth, 311n
Breuer, Josef, 142
Brocher, Tobias, 26n
Brodsky, Annette, 98n
Bronfenbrenner, Urie, 368n9
Bronner-Hurszar, J., 417
Brothers, Joyce, 607
Broverman, D. M., 70, 74-75, 83
Broverman, I. K., 83, 119, 122, 157, 185, 623
Brown, C., 84
Brown, G., 183
Brownmiller, Susan, 121
Bruch, H., 241, 249, 251, 253-55, 258
Brunswick, Ruth Mack, 7, 30, 32

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