- Title Pages
1“The Child” and Family Life at Midcentury
2Thinking about Methods: Longitudinal Research and the Reorientation of the Postwar American Mental Sciences
3The Longitudinal Study and Its Setting
4The Right Place (and Persons) at the Right Time
5Notes on Notes: Results of the Yale Longitudinal Study, as Evidence for History and Psychology
6Archiving the Records of the Longitudinal Study of the Child
7Selected Process Notes and Research Summaries from the Yale Longitudinal Study
8Looking In and Seeing Out
9A Dynamic Biography, Based on Direct Observation and Psychoanalytic Treatment in the First Ten Years with Follow-up to Age Fifty-Five
10Back in the Day: Child Psychoanalytic Emphases in the Yale Longitudinal Study Psychotherapy of “Nancy Miles”
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