- Title Pages
- Introduction: Three Movements, One Goal
- Chapter 1 Save the Child and Save the Nation: The Rise of Social Feminism and Social Research
- Chapter 2 G. Stanley Hall and the Child Study Movement
- Chapter 3 Scientific Child Rearing, Organized Motherhood, and Parent Education
- Chapter 4 Social Welfare Reformers and Reform-Minded Scientists
- Chapter 5 The Children's Bureau under Julia Lathrop: Government at Its Best
- Chapter 6 From Juvenile Delinquency Research to Child Guidance
- Chapter 7 Better Crops, Better Pigs, Better Children: The Iowa Child Welfare Research Station
- Chapter 8 The Children's Decade
- Chapter 9 Child Development Research: Preventive Politics
- Chapter 10 Out of Step with His Times: Arnold Gesell and the Yale Clinic
- Chapter 11 The Child Guidance Movement: Another Approach to Preventive Politics
- Chapter 12 Child Guidance Becomes Child Psychiatry
- Chapter 13 The Children's Bureau under Grace Abbott: Uphill All the Way
- Epilogue what Happened to the Early Movements?: The Child Development Field after World War II
- Science in the Service of Children, 1893-1935
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