Greenspan, Stanley I(ra)
GREENSPAN, Stanley I(ra)
GREENSPAN, Stanley I(ra). American, b. 1941. Genres: Psychology. Career: Clinical child/adult psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, 1970-. George Washington University Medical School, clinical professor of psychiatry, behavioral science, and pediatrics, 1982-. National Institutes of Mental Health, research psychiatrist, Laboratory of Psychology, 1970, research psychiatrist, 1972-74, assistant chief, 1974, acting chief, 1974-75, chief, 1975-82, Mental Health Study Center, chief, Clinical Infant Development Research Unit, Laboratory of Psychology and Psychopathology, 1982-84, chief, Clinical Infant/Child Development Research Center, 198486; Center for Clinical Infant Programs, founder and president, 1975-84. Publications: A Consideration of Some Learning Variables in the Context of Psychoanalytic Theory: Toward a Psychoanalytic Learning Perspective, 1975; Intelligence and Adaptation: An Integration of Psychoanalytic and Piagetian Developmental Psychology, 1979; (with N.T. Greenspan) The Clinical Interview of the Child, 1981; Psychopathology and Adaptation in Infancy and Early Childhood: Principles of Clinical Diagnosis and Preventive Intervention, 1981; (with N. Greenspan) First Feelings: Milestones in the Emotional Development of Your Baby and Child, 1985; The Development of the Ego: Implications for Personality Theory, Psychopathology, and the Psychotherapeutic Process, 1989; (with N. Greenspan) The Essential Partnership: How Parents and Children Can Meet the Emotional Challenges of Infancy and Childhood, 1989; Infancy and Early Childhood: The Practice of Clinical Assessments and Intervention with Emotional and Developmental Challenges, 1992; (with J. Salmon) Playground Politics: Understanding the Emotional Life of Your School-age Child, 1993; Developmentally Based Psychotherapy, 1995; (with Salmon) The Challenging Child: Understanding, Raising, and Enjoying the Five Difficult Types of Children, 1995; Developmentally Based Psychotherapy, 1996; (with B.L. Benderly) The Growth of the Mind and the Endangered Origins of Intelligence, 1996. EDITOR: Infants in Multirisk Families: Case Studies in Preventive Intervention, 1987; (with G.H. Pollock) The Course of Life, 4 vols, 1989-91. Contributor to scientific journals and popular magazines. Address: 7201 Glenbrook Rd., Bethesda, MD 20814, U.S.A.