GAYLIN, Willard. American, b. 1925. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Criminology/True Crime, Ethics, Law, Psychiatry, Psychology. Career: Clinical professor of psychiatry, Columbia Psychoanalytic School, NYC, 1972- (joined faculty, 1956); co-founder and president, Hastings Center (Institute of Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences), 1970-. Formerly adjunct professor of psychiatry, Union Theological Seminary, NYC; adjunct professor of psychiatry and law, Columbia University, School of Law, NYC, 1970; Planned Parenthood Federation of America, board of directors. Publications: (with H. Hendrin and A. Carr) Psychoanalysis and Social Research, 1965; The Meaning of Despair, 1968, 2nd ed. as Psychodynamic Understanding of Depression, 1984; In the Service of Their Country: War Resisters in Prison, 1970; (with R. Veatch and C. Morgan) The Teaching of Medical Ethics, 1973; Partial Justice, 1975; (with J. Meister and R. Neville) Operating on the Mind, 1975; Caring, 1976; (with I. Glasser, S. Marcus, and D. J. Rothman) Doing Good, 1978; Feelings: Our Vital Signs, 1979; The Killing of Bonnie Garland, 1982; The Rage Within, 1984; Rediscovering Love, 1986; Adam and Eve and Pinocchio, 1990; The Male Ego, 1992; (with B. Jennings) The Perversion of Autonomy, 1996; Talk Is not Enough: How Psychotherapy Works, 2000; Hatred: The Descent into Violence, 2002. EDITOR: (with others) Violence and the Politics of Research, 1981; (with R. Macklin) Who Speaks for the Child?, 1982; (with E. Person) Passionate Attachments, 1988. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 108 Circle Dr, Hastings on Hudson, NY 10706, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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