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(p. 353) Complete Index of the Collected Works 

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date: 21 October 2017

In the index, DWW stands for Donald Woods Winnicott.

abdominal colics,1:139, 141, 144, 231
Abel, Lawrence,2:29
Abraham, Karl, 1:lvii, lxiii; 4:37, 133, 135; 5:10, 153, 333, 398n8, 419n5, 447, 449; 6:328, 481
‘The First Pregenital Stage of the Libido’ (1916),3:459460; 4:177n7
‘A short study of the development of the libido, viewed in the light of mental disorders’ (1924),11:67
Abram, Jan, 1:lii, 14; 10:13, 17; 12:276n1
‘Abscess in Frontal Lobe: Post-Mortem Findings’ (with Elizabeth O’Flynn; 1928),1:119121; 1:120121
‘The Absence of a Sense of Guilt’ (1966),7:437452
abstracts,12:lix
Alexander, Franz, ‘Psychoanalysis and Medicine’ (1932),1:339
Barinbaum, Moses, ‘A contribution to the problem of psycho-physical relations with special reference to dermatology’ (1935),1:357
‘Enuresis’,1:141142
Lundholm, Helge, ‘Repression and Rationalisation’ (1933),1:341
‘Neurosis in the Child’,1:15, 15nvii
‘Observation of Infant Behaviour During Routine Clinical Examination’,2:121ni
‘Psychological Aspects of Birching’ (1944),2:247249
‘The Value of Breast Feeding (Psychological)’,2:389nii
‘The Wearing of Masks in the Nursing of Premature and Older Infants’ (1943),2:227
abstract thinking,4:113, 446
accidents
Burton, Lindy, Vulnerable Children: Three Studies of Children in Conflict (reviewed 1968),8:275276
car, in case study,10:478, 492
psychological health and,11:50
Ackerman, A.,5:457
Ackerman, Nathan,7:33
acne,1:460461; 9:244245
Acta Paediatrica Latina,7:41
acting out,4:216, 318, 353; 6:55, 453
‘Active Heart Disease’, from Clinical Notes (1931),1:229233
‘ “Ada” aet 8 Years’,10:299n1, 307334
active intervention,10:328329
deprivation and,10:329, 333
dissociation and,10:328, 333, 334
drawings by Ada,10:308330, 308330
dreams and,10:320324
masturbation and,10:313, 317, 324
numbers as fertility symbols and,10:330
squiggle game not used,10:308
stealing as issue,10:307, 313, 316, 324, 328329, 333
stock-taking,10:317320
technique detail,10:308
Adamson, Joy,6:380
adaptation
creativity and,11:124, 127, 128, 130
facilitating environment allowing,6:487; 8:83
failure in,6:435; 11:127, 131132, 153, 157, 160
graduated adaptation,6:349
maladaptation and intellectual function,11:157
mother’s adaptation to new baby,6:5, 165, 214, 230, 381, 415, 472; 8:45, 66, 270, 313; 11:36, 120121, 124, 130, 149, 173174
psychosis and,4:42; 8:16
regression and,4:206
of therapist to patient,11:158
transitional objects and,4:168
‘Addendum to “The Location of Cultural Experience” ’ (1967),8:207209
addiction to transitional objects,5:250, 406, 410, 419; 9:112, 283284
Addis, Robina, letter to (ca. 1936),1:389390
‘Additional Note on Psycho-Somatic Disorder’ (1969),9:9598
‘Address Introducing Margaret Mead, VIIIth Ernest Jones Lecture’ (1957),5:203204
(p. 354) adenoids,1:203204, 329
Adès, Robert, 1:xi; 12:xlix, 12:3, 5
Adler, Alfred,3:54
adolescents and adolescence.See also delinquent children; puberty
acne,9:244245
‘Adolescence: Struggling Through the Doldrums’ (lecture 1961; published 1962; reprinted 1965),6:18, 187196, 423, 493
‘Adolescent Process and the Need for Personal Confrontation’ (1970),9:167ni, 348n2
‘Adopted Children in Adolescence’ (1955),5:6776
age of DWW and work with,9:171
aggression in boys,2:71
antisocial behaviour,6:194195, 431
atom bomb, effect of,6:191, 427428
case studies,6:495497; 8:99104, 351352
‘Changing Patterns: The Young Person, the Family and Society’ (1970),9:57ni, 167ni
character disorders and gender differences,6:455456
compromise, toleration of,6:192
compulsive destructiveness,6:103
construction, reparation and restitution,9:347
‘Contemporary Concepts of Adolescent Development and Their Implications for Higher Education’ (1971),8:269niv; 9:57ni, 167ni, 169nii, 337348
contraceptive techniques, effect of,6:191, 427
contradictory tendencies of,6:259
corporal punishment of,5:192193
‘Death and Murder in the Adolescent Process’ (1969),9:337, 342348, 348n2
‘Deductions Drawn from a Psychotherapeutic Interview with an Adolescent’ (1964),7:6, 5165
defiance-dependency paradox and,5:190, 270; 6:189, 193, 429
defined and described,7:56, 5152; 6:493498
doldrums of,6:192, 194, 430, 440, 493495; 8:39, 43, 67
emotional maturity in,5:426427, 544
environment’s importance for,6:189
Eppel, E. M., and M. Eppel, Adolescents and Morality (1966; review by DWW),7:401402
good-enough parenting/environment and,9:340342
groups and,5:46, 50, 190193, 427
healthy versus ill,6:193194, 430432
and home life,11:169
‘Hospital Care Supplementing Intensive Psychotherapy in Adolescence’ (1963),6:18, 491497
idealism of,9:347
immaturity of,9:338, 344345
isolation of,6:189, 425426, 443
lack of mental hospital provision for,7:339340
loyalty conflicts and,7:395
masturbation,5:290291; 6:425; 9:378
maturational and pathological processes,6:495
medical histories, taking,7:52
mother’s ability to become herself again when children reach,6:81
needs of,6:193, 430
‘Notes on Adolescence’ (1956),5:189193
parents and,5:269270
passage of time as solution in,6:18, 187188, 190, 423, 429
‘Physical and Emotional Disturbances in an Adolescent Girl’ (1968),8:237241
play and,9:378379
as possible BPAS topic,5:173
potential at,9:346347
psychoanalytic research and,7:155
psycho-neurosis of,6:14
psychotherapeutic attitude toward,9:337340
resentment toward,6:195, 423
Romeo and Juliet,3:185193
Sandström, Carl Ivar, The Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence (reviewed 1968),8:10, 411412
sex and,3:324325; 5:69; 6:189190
‘Sex Education in Schools’ (1949),3:323326
‘Struggling Through the Doldrums’ (1963),6:423432, 493; 7:51ni; 7:439nii; 9:101ni
suicide and,6:195, 431, 494; 8:68
theoretical statement,6:188189, 423
true and false self, working out,7:30
types of disorders,6:493495
unacceptability of false solution to,6:192193, 428
venereal disease and,6:190191, 196n1, 426
wars and,5:270
withdrawal of authority and,2:71
WWII’s effect on,2:9697
‘Youth Will Not Sleep’ (1964),7:7981; 8:269niv
adoption,1:109, 173, 261262, 278; 11:5556, 128
acceptance-of-difference adopters,7:311312
adolescent mothers, illegitimate children of,3:325
‘Adopted Children in Adolescence’ (1955),5:6776
age of placement,5:75
birth parents, adolescents researching,5:23
‘blood-tie child’ case, harm to child from delay in placement,7:365366; 7:369
break-up of adoptive homes,5:72
breastfeeding and,2:394; 5:7576
case study,4:142148, 293329
(p. 355) counselling for adopted parents,5:73
dark-skinned child in fair-skinned adoptive family,9:243245
effect of delay in,4:292
deprivation/emotional disturbance and,5:73, 74
emotional development of child affected by,3:370
failure of,4:291292
fantasies of,5:2223
female babies, adopter preference for,7:312
fostering compared,5:7072
genetics and heredity,5:76
Goodacre, Iris, Adoption Policy and Practice (1966; reviewed by DWW),7:427428
illegitimacy and,3:325; 5:7475
Kirk’s Shared Fate, DWW’s review of,7:311312
‘On Adoption’ (1957),5:2123
‘Pitfalls in Adoption’ (1954),4:291296
post-adoption period,7:428
preparation for,7:332
private (direct and third-party),7:428
of psychotic parent’s child,5:513516
rejection-of-difference adopters,7:311312
sadness of adopted child, crying to express,2:242243
second adoptions,5:111112
sexuality, adopted children learning about,5:6869
spoiling,5:74
stability and continuity, need for,5:6768
telling children that they are adopted,5:2123, 67, 111
‘The Toddler, the Second Adoption, Telling Children About Adoption’ (mid 1950s),5:111112
truth telling,5:75
‘Two Adopted Children’ (1954),4:139149
younger child persecuted by adopted child,9:243
‘Advising Parents’ (1957),5:277284; 8:34
aesthetic moment,9:5
aetiology.See also mental health
‘The Aetiology of Infantile Schizophrenia in Terms of Adaptive Failure’ (1967),1:439ni; 8:161165; 9:91, 301, 302
of character disorders,6:450452
of mental health and illness,6:13, 163164, 360
of psycho-neurosis,8:186
affection
affectionless child,8:264, 409
Bowlby, ‘The Making and Breaking of Affectional Bonds’ (1979),6:16
transitional phenomena and affectionate behaviour,5:117, 385
African Americans, population of, disturbed children in,7:3334. See also race and ethnicity
aggression.See also rage; hate and hatred
‘Aggression’ (1939), 1:lxvi, lxvii; 2:16, 6571
‘Aggression’ (Royal Society of Medicine paper, 1948),3:148, 333
‘Aggression, Guilt and Reparation’ (1960),6:97104; 9:77ni
Aggression and Its Interpretation (Jackson 1954; reviewed 1954),4:247248
‘Aggression in Relation to Emotional Development’ (1950),1:lxvi; 3:9, 148niii, 333347
anger and frustration,3:336; 6:214
in child department consultations,2:157
concern and guilt, stage of,3:335336
constructive activity and,7:132133
correlation between DWW’s concepts of transitional objects and space and,3:910; 8:46
death instinct and,4:66
defined,7:129130
different means of expressing or dealing with,7:131133
DWW and,3:45; 5:45
external world and,3:344347
S. Freud on,3:339; 8:331
gender and,8:9394
good breast and,5:123, 131132
hate and.See hate and hatred
identification with the aggressor,3:347n6
importance of,9:30
individuation and,9:209210
inner world, growth of,3:336339
at intermediate stage of emotional development,3:335340
intrinsic nature of,2:20
Jung and,7:122
Klein on,3:335, 338, 347n6; 4:247; 6:97, 145, 321, 324; 8:331
lack of, in male patient,8:365366
Lantos, Barbara, ‘On the Problem of Aggression’,5:179ni
letter to Anna Freud on (1948),3:147148
life instincts and,6:17
love and,7:132; 7:133134
in maturity,3:339niii
mother-child relationship and,3:5, 165166, 311312; 6:271; 8:346
motility and,5:328329; 7:130131
object relationships and,6:435
organisation of,3:334
origins of,2:1617; 3:335, 340343; 4:65; 6:145
(p. 356) in The Piggle,11:205, 213, 223, 233, 250, 253, 264, 269, 284, 286
play and,2:167168; 7:132133
as primitive or magical destruction,7:134135
in Relationship between mature persons (1947),3:339niii
reconsideration of,5:448; 10:17
‘Roots of Aggression’ (1964),7:910; 7:129135; 9:36
‘Roots of Aggression’ (1968),8:10, 329332; 9:47
sentimentalism as denial of,9:45
separation from erotic experience,6:148
social value of,3:339
Storr, Anthony, Human Aggression (reviewed 1968),8:321322, 329, 329ni
in therapeutic consultation,10:473474, 478
violence differentiated,7:129
WWII’s effect on children and,2:96
agoraphobia, and DWW’s concept of potential space,3:12
Aguayo, J., 1:lxvi
Aichhorn, August,3:473; 5:447; 11:32
Wayward youth (1925/1936; reviewed by DWW),1:433436; 2:196; 5:149, 7:222
‘The Aims of Psycho-Analytical Treatment’ (1962),6:19, 285288; 8:15; 11:8, 9, 10, 192
Ainsworth-Davies, Mr,1:59
Aitken, P., letter to (1967),8:3334
Albee, Edward, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962),9:220
‘ “Albert” aet 7 Years 9 Months’,10:233252
dreams and,10:238, 244, 247
drowning incident and,10:250
gender roles and,10:238240
good and bad, preoccupation with,10:233, 241, 250
sea imagery and,10:236
sibling relationships and,10:238, 240241, 251252
squiggle game and,10:233, 233251, 235240, 242251
albuminuria,1:317
Alcock (Leys School friend),1:55
Alcock, Theodora,2:119, 119ni
Aldrich, C. A. & Aldrich, M. M., Babies Are Human Beings (1938),1:17nviii
Alexander, Franz,3:147ni
‘Psychoanalysis and Medicine’ (abstract; 1932),1:339
‘ “Alfred” aet 10 Years’,10:165185, 519520
breathing and,10:166, 180, 182
defaecating and,10:180
dreams and,10:176178
father’s mental breakdown and stress,10:182, 183, 184
squiggle game and,10:165181, 166179, 181
stammering,10:165, 182, 183
Alger, Ian, ‘The Clinical Handling of the Analyst’s Responses’ (1966), discussion of,7:13, 457458
Allaire (doctor describing encephalitis case),1:83
Allen, Clifford,5:119
Allen, Lady Marjory,5:461
allergies and psychological health,11:51
Alley, R., Francis Bacon: Catalogue raisonné and documentation (1964),8:218n3
allo-erotism, auto-erotism, and transitional objects,3:448, 455, 456, 459, 461
‘All of Mother’ (letters to The Observer; 1964),7:9193, 101, 101ni
‘An Allotted Spanner in the Works’ (ca.1966–67),7:459, 460
almoners,2:177, 5:339343
aloneness
‘The Capacity to Be Alone’ (1958),5:1314, 241248; 6:11, 157n10; 7:430; 8:13, 310n3, 364
pre-dependent aloneness of newborn,11:149152
Alpert, Augusta,8:280281
amaurotic family idiocy,1:292
Ambache, Stella, 1:xlvii
ambivalence,4:200n1; 6:353, 382, 388n1; 7:184; 8:102103; 10:298; 11:73, 77, 8283, 91
in The Piggle,11:202204, 257258, 267, 272
Amenophis (pharaoh),9:36
American Association of Psychiatric Clinics for Children,8:349; 10:253
American Correspondent, letter to (1969),9:2931
American Psychoanalytic Association,5:391
American Psychopathological Association,5:391
Amyotonia Congenita,1:293
anaclitic dependence,5:184, 241, 446
anaclitic relationship,11:15, 92
anal erotism,3:108, 110, 181; 9:273
anal pruritus,1:456458; 2:29
anal stage,11:6768
analysis.See psychoanalysis
analysts.See therapists
anaphasis,11:18
Andrewes, C. H.,1:60, 89
anencephaly,7:450
anger,11:102n6, 105
acting out and,4:212; 6:55
aggression and,3:336
baby crying due to,2:240241, 244
crossing into hopelessness,8:201
cumulative angry experiences,8:189
(p. 357) environmental failure and,4:210212, 221, 224
frustration and,3:336; 4:191; 6:214; 8:152, 237, 331, 373
healthy,8:152, 188
Holding and Interpretation: Fragment of an Analysis (1955),4:433434, 450, 452
mastectomy and,8:147
oral sadism and,6:336
primitive love impulse and,3:394; 8:152
of public,4:280
therapeutic consultation,10:444445
angst,3:208; 7:409
animals
human and animal psychology compared,4:2122; 11:66
playing in young animals,9:375
primary maternal preoccupation in,9:173
using transitional objects,5:251
wild animals analogy to babies,4:26
Anna Freud Centre (formerly Hampstead Child Therapy Course and Clinic),5:87, 337nii, 536; 6:306; 7:147, 217, 220221, 375; 9:41
annihilation,6:149150, 154, 365
Annual Report of the London County Council,1:123
anorexia,1:180182, 413, 414; 2:189; 4:49ni; 6:343, 436, 484; 7:31, 7072, 373374, 455; 9:244. See also eating disorders
‘Answers to comments on “The split-off male and female elements” ’ (1972),9:14, 15, 149154
anti-nuclear protests,8:192ni
antisocial behaviour,11:6, 127
of adolescents,6:194195, 431
‘The Antisocial Tendency’ (1956),5:56, 10, 149158; 8:17n2
character disorders and,6:448, 452
‘The Child, the Family and the Offender’ (1965),7:203205
‘The Child, the Family and the Young Offender’ (UK Government Home Office White Paper),7:204
clinical observations,5:149151; 10:1617
communication as part of cure of,10:305
confessed by child,8:95
defined and described,5:151153, 454; 8:4344
delinquency and,2:31, 197198; 3:46; 6:158n16; 8:9197; 10:17
denial of,7:245, 246, 247, 250251
deprivation and,3:371, 439; 5:151, 152, 156157, 330, 333, 454; 6:255, 423, 454; 8:74, 92; 10:304, 305, 527529; 11:6
deprivation versus privation,7:306
destructiveness associated with,10:305
dissociation related to,7:245273. See also dissociation
of evacuated children in WWII,3:2327, 7981, 410; 5:56
first signs of,5:154156; 6:386
A. Freud on,7:222223
masturbation and,2:6970
greed and,5:154156
‘Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect’ (1955),5:4554
guilt and,3:241242; 5:145147
hidden versus manifest,3:410411, 420
Holding and Interpretation: Fragment of an Analysis (1955),4:336337, 400401, 425426
homosexuality and,5:2930
hope in,5:152; 10:17, 304, 529
hostels for children,2:307308; 3:2327
management of,4:236, 279280; 5:5051, 145, 150, 273, 343
minor manifestations of,6:417
origins of,6:417
playing and,5:245
positive elements of,7:80, 204
pseudologia fantastica as part of,10:363
psychiatric social workers and,5:343
psychoanalytic research and,7:155156
‘A Psychoanalytic View of the Antisocial Tendency’,8:319
psychogenesis of,10:303
psychological aspects of juvenile delinquency and,3:46, 4950; 6:260
psychosis and,6:66
Q principle and,2:105
recovery, from,5:146, 154; 6:204
school management of antisocial children,4:279280
scope of DWW’s work on,6:17
sheet-slashing and opening mail addressed to others,10:403404
shopping, compulsive,5:156
social worker’s role in dealing with,6:419
society and,5:186
stealing and,5:153154, 335; 8:93, 95, 97; 10:303, 305. See also stealing
as symptom of illness,3:239
tendencies in course of normal development,7:351
theory of,7:249250; 10:303306; 11:6
therapeutic consultation and, 10:303515, 527529
treatment of,5:157158, 424, 509; 6:204
true and false self and,7:30
types of,10:305
war, effect on children,2:98; 3:420
weaning and,6:13
Antonis, Barbie, 1:l
(p. 358) anxiety
annihilation and,4:110; 6:149150
‘Anxiety Associated with Insecurity’ (1952),4:5558, 59ni
‘Anxiety (continued)’, in Clinical Notes (1931),1:275280
apex beat, position of,1:210
archaic anxieties,7:179, 221222, 224; 10:139
‘Arthritis Associated with Emotional Disturbance’, from Clinical Notes (1931),1:239243
asthma and,1:267; 2:10, 129, 135. See also asthma
attachment to mother and,9:243, 244
birth trauma and,3:201202, 207, 208, 216, 217, 228
castration,11:73, 74, 84. See castration anxiety
as cause of unwellness in children,1:171
chorea and,1:246, 272; 2:50
colic and,1:183
convulsions and fits due to,1:268, 306307
defences against,4:162, 164, 196197; 5:54, 62, 64, 288, 315, 324, 408, 446; 11:45, 64, 78, 83, 8485
defined,3:208
dependence of child and,4:154
depressive anxiety,4:191194
differential diagnosis of,1:171, 196
enuresis and,1:320321
eyes and,1:269270
fantasies and,1:259, 260, 268, 269, 270, 273n2, 277; 2:132, 152153
fidgetiness due to,1:245246, 250, 266
five-year-olds and,6:314
free association and,8:171
growing pains and,1:235
guilt and,3:302, 319; 5:137138, 141
headaches, migraines, in anxious children,1:139, 197, 237, 267
holding and,7:43
hypochondriacal,11:91, 154
‘Hypochondriacal Anxiety’ (from Human Nature, 1988),11:113114
infant experience of, 1:lxx; 2:387; 4:56, 58, 274, 276; 6:7, 354, 370, 396; 8:7
instinct and,4:191; 5:165; 6:145
Klein on anxiety drive,6:450, 511
lack of anxiety at regression to unintegrated state,4:58
leucotomy and,3:467, 481
magical qualities in reaction to,2:80
masturbation and,1:156157, 268269, 328; 2:199
micturition and,1:156157, 246, 250, 266, 315316
mother’s, g:12–13;11:122, 135, 146
mouths causing anxiety and fear in infants,2:227
nasal congestion and,1:267, 270
neurosis and,5:165167
no distinct psychology of,11:8586n2
normal anxiety,1:255263, 447448
‘A Note on Normality and Anxiety’, from Clinical Notes (1931),1:255273
Oedipal complex and,11:7879
parents’ role in treatment of,1:277278
pathological sleeping, child with,1:149150
persecutory,4:66; 5:242, 251
physical causes of,1:265269, 271272
physical disease masked by,1:272273
physical examinations and,1:189190
physical symptoms of,1:262265
in The Piggle,11:209, 214, 219, 220, 221, 229, 236, 252nIX, 266, 267, 274, 288
playing, to master,2:168
separation anxiety.See separation
sexuality and sexual knowledge affecting,1:262, 268269, 277278
shock therapy for,2:267268
‘Shyness and Nervous Disorders in Children’ (1938),1:17, 445448
sleepiness linked with,4:323
speech and speaking affected by,1:331, 334, 335
subacute rheumatic fever and,1:230231
temperature and,1:197198
theories about,5:380, 427
transitional objects and instinct tensions,3:449, 457
treatment of,1:275276; 8:352354
unconscious,3:413
unthinkable,9:2930, 95, 138, 386
anxiety attacks,1:267, 268, 273n2
anxiety hysteria,1:138, 231, 263, 326, 331
aortic diastolic murmur,1:232
aortic regurgitation,1:214, 232
apex beat, position of,1:209214
aphonia,1:270
Apley, J., The Child and His Symptoms: A Psychosomatic Approach (with Ronald MacKeith as co-author, 1962),6:401ni
appendectomy,1:70
appendicitis,10:453, 469471
apperception and perception,6:230231; 8:5
‘Appetite and Emotional Disorder’ (1936),1:8, 14, 15, 16, 413431; 3:139n2; 6:326. See also eating disorders
appetite-love,2:68
Applebey, Mary, letter to (1957),5:233234
approved schools,5:151, 439, 441443
archaic anxieties,7:179, 221222, 224
(p. 359) archipelago child,8:409
Archive[s]‌ of Disease in Childhood,2:227; 6:371
Arieti, S. (ed.), The World Biennial of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, 10:521
Aristotle,5:142
Armellini, Marco, 1:xlii, liii; 10:3
art.See also drawings by patients
‘An Allotted Spanner in the Works’ (ca. 1966–67),7:459, 460
appreciation of,8:77n1
artistic expression,2:363, 368n2
Greenacre, Phyllis, ‘The Childhood of the Artist’,5:363
guilt and,5:145
Milner, Marion, On Not Being Able to Paint (1950; reviewed 1951),3:483485
patient feeling real in relation to her painting,7:447
psychoanalysis as,3:41
Stokes, Adrian, ‘Form in Art’ (1955),5:33ni
Stokes, Adrian, Smooth and Rough (1951),5:33
‘Arthritis Associated with Emotional Disturbance’, from Clinical Notes (1931),1:239243
ascensive defence,1:364365
Ashdown, Margaret,2:178
‘ “Ashton” aet 12 Years’,7:183niv, 273, 358nii; 8:99ni; 10:210, 213232
dreams and,10:225226, 229230
interpretation by DWW of painting done by Ashton,10:227228
schizoid personality and,10:213214, 231
squiggle game and,10:214228, 215225, 227228
trust of DWW,10:228
Asikainen, Helka,6:237, 241; 10:32, 37, 53, 515
asphyxiation, erotic,3:215
assault, homosexual,5:28
Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry (ACPP), 1:lix; 5:12, 523, 523528; 8:49
‘The Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry Observed as a Group Phenomenon’ (1967),8:4964; 9:155, 156; 10:6
‘Child Psychiatry, Social Work, and Alternative Care’ (1970),9:171174
DWW lecture (May 1968),8:318ni
‘A Personal Statement on Child Psychiatry’ (1971),9:175177
president, DWW as,5:9
‘Psychologists as a Group’ (1969),8:49; 9:155158
Scientific Meeting (1962),6:299
Association for the Psychiatric Treatment of Offenders,2:195ni
Association of Child Care Officers,5:265
talk to (1953),4:139
talk to (1960),6:65
Association of Child Psychotherapists (Non-Medical),10:419, 527
Association of European Paediatric Cardiologists,7:379
Association of London County Council Child Welfare Officers,5:481
Association of Psychiatric Social Workers,5:513; 6:461
Association of Social Workers,6:409
Association of Supervisors of Midwives,5:225
Association of Teachers of Mathematics,8:14, 267
Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children,5:45; 6:87; 9:199
asthma
anxiety and,1:267; 2:10, 129, 135
Asthma: Attitude and Milieu (1966; reviewed by DWW),7:417418
Burton, Lindy, Vulnerable Children: Three Studies of Children in Conflict (reviewed 1968),8:275276
interpretation relieving,11:107
as psychosomatic disorder,11:175177
treatment of,2:126129
Astor, Lady,3:471
ataxia,1:81, 292, 293
Atlanta Psychiatric Clinic,6:469
atom bomb,6:191, 427428; 7:152, 403
attachment theory,6:4. See also Bowlby, John
attention, child demanding,2:280
attenuation,6:10
Auden, G. A., The Difficult Child (1929), discussion of (1934),1:353355
auscultation,1:212213
Austen, Eric,1:59
Australian Aborigines, eating of children by,9:107
authentic life,6:20
autism
‘Autism’ (1966),7:7, 345, 349363
Axline, Virginia A., Dibs: In Search of Self (reviewed 1966),7:367
blame and responsibility,7:360361
causes of,7:91, 93, 101, 346, 351
clinical examples,7:352360, 362
as conglomerate label,7:346
defining,7:345346
diagnosis of,7:346
difficult pregnancies and,7:352, 353354
‘discovery’ of,7:349350
emotional development, as problem of,7:351
guilt feelings of parents and,7:347, 349, 354, 360362
increasing rates, no evidence for,7:350
as infantile schizophrenia,6:391; 8:161164; 10:122, 138, 139, 518
(p. 360) intelligence of child and,7:351, 358, 359
Kanner on,10:5
mother-child relationship and,7:91, 93
not regarded as illness/disease by DWW,7:7, 350, 351
as ‘ordinary devoted mother’ failure,7:331332, 352354, 355, 356, 360363
parental distress over medical attribution of causes of,7:101, 113
primary maternal preoccupation and,5:186; 7:346; 8:187
repetition-compulsion and,7:190, 191192
Rimland, Bernard, Infantile Autism (1964; reviewed by DWW 1964),7:397398
savants,7:351, 352, 354
schizophrenia and,7:345346, 356, 359, 397
‘Social Aspects of Autism’ (1966),7:345347
Society for Autistic Children (now National Autistic Society),7:345, 349, 361362, 363
‘specialisation’ of children with,7:354
as universal tendency in course of normal development,7:350351, 356
auto-erotism, allo-erotism, and transitional objects,3:448, 455, 456, 459, 461; 4:168; 8:300
Axline, Virginia A.
Dibs: In Search of Self (reviewed 1966),7:367368
Play Therapy: The Inner Dynamics of Childhood (1947; commentary by DWW),8:311; 9:159164


babacar, in The Piggle,1:200; 11:8, 198, 201, 202, 205, 206, 207, 218, 220221, 222, 224, 228, 232, 237
Babinski’s sign,1:80, 81, 82, 85
‘The Baby as a Going Concern’ (1949),3:273276; 8:117
‘The Baby as a Person’
BBC radio broadcast,2:14
paper (1949),3:285288
Bachman, Miss,5:307
bacilluria,1:318
backward children, hostels for homeless children specialising in,2:309
Bacon, Francis,8:212, 216217
Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné and Documentation (1964),8:218n3
‘bad breast’,see breast
Baden Powell, Robert,1:27, 51
‘bad mother’,4:6364, 6566, 127128
Bailey, Benjamin,6:433ni
Bakwin, Harry,2:165
Clinical Management of Behavior Disorders in Children (with Ruth Morris Bakwin 1953),4:265266
‘Loneliness in Infants’ (1942),4:265
Bakwin, Ruth Morris,3:492
Clinical Management of Behavior Disorders in Children (with Harry Bakwin 1953),4:265266
Baldwin, James,9:195, 195niii
Balint, Alice,4:56; 8:35, 41; 11:32
Balint, Enid,5:215, 401; 9:47
letter to (1956),5:133134
‘Three Phases of a Transference Neurosis’ (1957),5:133ni
writing to DWW during his NYC hospital stay (1968),8:391
Balint, Michael, 1:lxixniii, lxxii; 2:15; 4:273; 5:133, 134, 500; 6:43; 7:14, 414, 417, 418; 8:129; 9:112nii
on ‘basic fault’,6:199
The Basic Fault (1968),4:273ni; 6:199ni; 8:171
The Doctor, His Patients, and the Illness (1957; reviewed 1958),5:213ni, 215ni, 261ni, 401404; 6:43; 7:68ni, 417
‘Funfairs, Thrills and Regressions’ (1954),4:273277
on language of psychoanalysis,6:360; 8:46
letters to (1957),5:213, 215, 261262
letters to (1960),6:4344
on manic defence,4:276
on primary love,6:320
‘Primary Narcissism and Primary Love’ (1960),6:43ni
Problems of Human Pleasure and Behaviour,5:215; 8:77n1
reaction to Segal,4:3031
‘Remarks on a Discussion of Balint’s Paper on Technique’ (1957), 1:lxxii; 3:215ni; 5:211212; 6:43
on teaching and student contact,8:336
‘Three Areas of the Mind’ (1958),6:467n1
Thrills and Regressions (1959),4:273ni
Balogh, Lady Penelope,12:3
Baltimore Psychiatric Society,6:469
Banks, H. S.,1:290n5
Baranger, M. and W., 1:lxv
Barinbaum, Moses, ‘A Contribution to the Problem of Psycho-physical Relations with Special Reference to Dermatology’ (1935), abstract of,1:357
Bartemeier, Leo H.,3:487
Basic Books (publisher),6:64, 110, 293
‘basic fault’, 1:lxxii; 5:212, 500
(p. 361) ‘Basis for Self in Body’ (1970),3:17; 9:225234
Bastiaans, J.,1:84, 87, 88, 90; 9:262
‘Battle Neurosis Treated with Leucotomy’ (letter to the British Medical Journal; 1947),3:113
Baumann, Marianne,5:307nii
letters to (1958),5:307, 345
BBC broadcasts,2:4, 12, 21niii, 221; 5; 9:179; 12:lii, 6, 814, 239240, 241255
‘The Baby and Its Food’ (Home Service; 1949),3:277
‘The Baby as a Going Concern’ (1949),8:117
‘The Baby as a Person’,2:14
‘The Baby at Feeding Time’ (Home Service; 1949),3:289
‘Caring for Children and How Babies Develop Their Personalities’ (Home Service; 1949),3:269
‘Children in the War’ (Home Service; 1939),2:5; 12:8
‘Counterfeit and Alone’ (Woman’s Hour; 1955),5:55
‘The Deprived Mother’ (Home Service; 1939),2:5, 35; 12:8
‘Difficult Children’ (Home Service; 1945),2:335, 343
‘Every One of Us is Unsuccessful Somewhere’ (Woman’s Hour; 1955),5:55
‘Feeling Guilty’ (1961),6:205210
‘The Five-Year-Old’ (part of Parents and children series; 1962),6:309314
‘Getting to Know Your Baby’ (1943–44),2:21niii, 221; 8:117; 12:9
‘Getting to Know Your Baby’ (1945),12:245249
‘Happy Children’ (1944),2:281; 12:9
‘Health Magazine’ (Home Service; 1945),2:353
‘Homeless Children and Childless Homes’ (Home Service; 1955),5:21
‘How Much do we Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers?’ (Woman’s Hour; 1956),5:115
How’s the Baby?,12:9
‘Infant Feeding’ (1943–44),2:21niii; 8:117; 12:9
‘The Innate Morality of the Baby’ (1949),8:151; 12:9
‘Instincts and Normal Difficulties’ (1950),8:151
‘Jealousy’ (1960),6:13, 4761
‘Knowing and Learning How to be a Mother (Home Service; 1950),3:387
list of,12:233237
‘Looking Forward to Baby’s Arrival’,12:241244
‘A Man Looks at Motherhood’ (1949),8:117
‘The Mind of a Child’ (Home Service; 1949),3:273
‘The Mother’s Contribution to Society’ (1957),5:13, 293296
‘No Baby Can Grow Properly Without ’Love’ (Home Service; 1949),3:285
‘The Only Child’ (Home Service; 1945),2:21niii
‘The Ordinary Devoted Mother and her Baby: My Fan Mail’ (1952),12:253255
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby (Home Service series, 1949),6:169n1; 12:9, 1213, 239
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby (Woman's Hour series, 1952),12:1314
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby: Baby Bites,4:2326
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Baby: The First Week,4:1922
The Ordinary Devoted Mother and Her Children (series; 1960),6:31, 47, 73, 293; 7:331
original scripts of,12:241255
‘The Passing of Excretions’ (Home Service; 1949),3:281
‘Presenting the World to a Baby’ (Home Service; 1949),3:293
‘Problems of Management’ (Home Service; 1949),3:299, 12:249253
public recognition of DWW through,5:3, 4, 9
‘Saying “No” ’ (1960) (also called ‘Some occasions for saying “No” ’ and ‘Saying “No” isn’t just saying “No” ’),6:3142
‘Shall We Keep Superficial or Go Deep?’ (1955),5:55
‘Support for Normal Parents’ (1943–44),2:21niii; 12:9
‘Symptoms of Illness’ (Home Service; 1950),3:393
‘Their Standards and Yours’ (1943–44),2:21niii
‘Twins’ (1945),2:21niii
‘Unsuccess Story: Myself as Step-Mother, by a Listener in Despair’ (Woman’s Hour; 1955),5:55
‘Weaning’ (Home Service; 1949),3:303
‘What About Father?’ (1943–44),2:21niii
‘What Do We Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers?’ (1956),5:12, 115118
‘What Do We Mean by a Normal Child?’,12:9
‘Why Do Babies Cry?’ (1943–44),2:21niii
‘The Wicked Stepmother in the Storytelling of All Ages’ (Woman’s Hour; 1955),5:55
BBC interview style,7:426
‘The Bearing of Emotional Development on Feeding Problems’ (1996),8:81
Bearn, A. G.,1:5
beatings.See corporal punishment
The Beatles,7:80
beauty,6:507
Beckett, Samuel, ‘Worstword Ho’ (1983), 1:lxi
(p. 362) ‘Becoming Deprived as a Fact: A Psychotherapeutic Consultation’ (1966),10:419
Bedlam (St Mary of Bethlehem Hospital),7:316ni
bed wetting.See enuresis
Beethoven, Ludwig van,3:173
‘The Beginning of the Individual’ (1966),7:455460
‘The Beginnings of a Formulation of an Appreciation and Criticism of Klein’s Envy Statement’ (1962), 1:lxviii; 5:11; 6:315324; 9:47
behaviour.See also antisocial behaviour
‘Behaviour Therapy’ (letter to Child Care News; 1969),9:6365
‘Saying “No” ’ (1960) (also called ‘Some occasions for saying “No” ’ and ‘Saying “No” isn’t just saying “No” ’),6:3142, 86
total behaviour, described,2:88, 91
well-behaved toddlers,6:3142
being, continuity of.See continuity of being
being and doing
creativity and,9:1315, 215
in emotional development,9:329
split-off male and female elements in men and women and,9:1315, 150151, 153, 314316
Bell, Vanessa,7:409
Bender, Loretta,5:186
benign circle,4:192193, 194; 10:32, 83; 11:9395, 98
Benzie, Isa (Mrs Royston Morley),7:127, 331; 9:179, 12:lii, 9, 1114,
Berenson, Bernard,9:5
Bergeron, Marcel, Psychologie du Premier Age (1961; reviewed 1962),6:371
Berkeley, Bishop,11:130nIII
‘Berlin Walls’ (1969),9:115119
Bernays, Martha,6:367369
Berry, George Packer,6:27
‘The Best Remedy’ (1914),1:4548
Bethelard, F. and Young-Bruehl, E., Cherishment (2002),6:16
Bettelheim, Bruno
The Empty Fortress (1967),8:161, 161; 9:38n7
The Informed Heart: Autonomy in a Mass Age (1960),9:302
Beveridge, William, Lord,2:17, 18
letter to (1946),3:3738
Bibring, E.,7:218
Bicester Poor Law Institution.See Q Camps
Bick, Esther,5:307, 345
‘Anxiety Underlying Phobia of Sexual Intercourse in a Woman’ (1953),4:109ni
letter to (1953),4:109110
Bierman, G., ed., Handbook of the Psychotherapy of Children (1968),8:439n1
binocular experiencing, Bion’s concept of,9:6, 11nii
Bion, Francesca
at banquet celebrating publication of Freud’s Standard Edition,7:407
letter to (1957),5:263
Bion, Wilfred R., 1:lxv, lxviii, lxxi; 3:12, 147ni; 5:81, 171, 262, 263; 6:12; 7:10, 17, 9597, 407, 412; 8:6, 265
‘Arrogance’,5:263
‘Attacks on Linking’ (1959),5:263ni; 7:176nii
on binocular experiencing,9:6, 11nii
‘Differentiation of the Psychotic from the Non-Psychotic Personalities’ (1957),5:83ni
on environment,9:49
‘The Imaginary Twin’ (1950),3:433ni
Learning from Experience (1962),7:95ni
letter to (1951),3:433
letter to (1955),5:8386
letter to (1960),6:125126
letter to (1961),6:279
letter to (1964),6:12
letter to (1967),8:157158
‘Negative Capability’,8:157ni
‘Personalities’ (1955),5:8386
Second Thoughts (1967),8:441ni
‘A Theory of Functions’,6:125ni
‘A Theory of Thinking’ (1961),6:279ni, 444
on thinking,8:441
Birch, H. G., S. Chess, S. and A. Thomas, Your Child Is a Person (1960; reviewed by DWW 1966),7:415
birching.See corporal punishment
Birksted-Breen, Dana,6:235ni
birth as beginning of individual,7:452
birth control
adolescence and,6:191, 427
imaginative content of using,9:109
killing of children and,9:106108
‘The Pill’ (1969),9:101110
‘The Silent Kill’ (poem; 1969),9:102, 108
birthing play, in The Piggle,11:210211, 219, 229, 307308
birth memories
accepting possibility of,11:143144, 165
aggression, early roots of,3:340
analytical methodology for,3:204
anxiety and,3:201202, 207, 208, 216, 217, 228
‘Birth Memories, Birth Trauma and Anxiety’ (1949),3:16, 17, 201220, 221ni, 225228, 340
as break in infant’s continuity of being,3:212, 215216, 217218
categorisation of,3:207
chest, constriction of,3:214215
clinical examples of,3:134, 204206, 211213
Dick-Read on,3:203204
(p. 363) distortion between actual past and symbolism of,7:4546, 4849
erotic asphyxiation and,3:215
as experience versus trauma,3:204, 207, 217218
S. Freud on,3:201202, 207, 209, 217, 228
Greenacre on,3:201, 202203, 207, 217, 220n1, 222, 226, 227
head, emergence of,3:213214
identification of whole body with penis and,3:214
mother-child relationship and,3:215, 227228
normal birth experience,3:209213, 216, 226
‘Notes on the Discussion Held on Dr Winnicott’s Paper “The Birth Trauma” ’ (1949),3:225228
prolonged or delayed deliveries,11:165
pyschological disorders and,3:217219, 225227
reliving,3:226, 250254
schizophrenics, regression of,7:4450
traumatic births, handling of infants after,3:226227
‘The Birth of the Power Complex’ (1964; now lost),7:129
birth process
‘The Birth Experience’ (from Human Nature; 1988),11:161167
breathing, baby’s awareness of,11:163164
Briance, Prunella, Childbirth with Confidence (foreword by DWW),5:239, 533534
Caesarean section, infant experience of,11:162
‘The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery’ (1957),5:225232, 239ni
delayed births,11:162163, 171
earliest stages of emotional development and,11:143147; 11:144146
fathers and,5:176, 226227
gravity, effects of,11:147148
hospital versus home birth,5:175178
life of infant before,5:116
medical histories, taking,11:165166
National Childbirth Trust (formerly Natural Childbirth Association),5:13, 239, 305
natural childbirth movement,5:1213
bisexuality
in all human beings,7:371; 11:72
S. Freud on,9:14
in Holding and Interpretation,4:336
mental illness and,6:408
split-off male and female elements in men and women and,7:317, 321, 323; 9:308309, 310311
biting
during breastfeeding,2:6768; 3:301; 4:2527; 8:346
convulsions and fits,1:309312, 314n3
in love-making,4:311
black
The Piggle, black mummy and concern with blackness in,11:8, 198, 200203, 205, 212214, 218, 220224, 228231, 238, 245, 246, 249, 253, 257, 259, 260, 264, 265266, 268, 289, 316
as psychiatric theme,5:171, 258259; 7:151152, 207211
black bile theory,6:463
black people.See race and ethnicity
Blake, William, ‘I Fear’d the Fury of my Wind’,8:366367
Blake, Y., ‘Psychotherapy with the More Disturbed Patient’ (1968),9:331
Blanc [doctor reporting case studies on encephalitis],1:86, 88, 90
blank screen, abandonment of theory of,7:14
blasphemy,8:365366
Blass, R. B.,8:18n10
Bléger, J., 1:lxv
blepharitis,1:270
Bleuler, Eugen,4:131
blindness
Burlingham on blind children,8:280
creativity and,9:216
hysterical,1:269; 2:315
misdiagnosis of mental defect and,1:302
‘Ocular Psychoneuroses of Childhood’ (1944),2:3, 313319
psychological issues of blind children,7:372
blinking,1:136, 179, 246, 264, 270, 406407; 10:454, 476
‘blood-tie child’ adoption case, letters to The Times on (1966),7:365366, 369
Bloomsbury House, London,5:536
‘ “Bob” aet 6 Years’,10:113140, 517518
early history of Bob,10:137138
speech impediment,10:114, 121, 140
squiggle game and,10:114136, 115131, 133136, 140
transference and, 10:517
body.See also physical deformity or difference
‘Basis for Self in Body’ (1970),9:225234
Bonnard, Augusta, ‘Pre-Body Ego Types of Pathological Mental Functioning’ (1957),5:285ni
daydreaming, bodily accompaniment to,9:248
‘Dwelling of Psyche in Body’ (from Human Nature, 1988),11:139141
DWW’s concept of two-body relationship,6:5
in first year of life,5:322323
imaginative elaboration of function,11:7576
Rickman’s concept of three-body and two-body relationships,5:211, 242
sense of living in,3:129, 167, 169170, 192
somatic health,11:3940
somatic ill-health,11:4344
(p. 364) body ego,7:75
Bollas, Christopher, 1:xlviil, li, lxxviii, 479; 3:12; 11:3
Bonaminio, Vincenzo, 1:xxiii, xxv, xxvi; 3:3
Bonaparte, Marie,4:17
Five Copy-Books (1950),7:306n1
Bonham-Carter, Richard,7:380
Bonnard, Augusta
letters to (1957),5:255256, 285
letter to (1952),4:4546
‘Polymorph Symptomatology’,4:45ni
‘Pre-Body Ego Types of Pathological Mental Functioning’ (1957),5:285ni
borderline cases
absence of sense of guilt and,7:449
analytical process and,8:14, 18n9
atom bomb, symbolism of,7:152
autism,7:354
Bion and,7:96
as candidates for psychiatric treatment,4:13
communication between mother and infant and,8:237
concept of healthy individual and,8:55
cultural experience and,7:433
defined,8:356
dissociative phenomena associated with,7:8, 305306
early developmental processes and,6:7, 482, 484
environment in,4:236
A. Freud on,7:223, 225
need satisfaction and,7:373374
parent-infant relationship and,6:142143
psychoanalytic study of madness based on,7:232
regression and,7:47
schizophrenia,7:44, 247, 275
theoretical writings of DWW and,7:46
boredom,4:440; 6:8283
Borges, Jorge Luis, 1:lxi
Bornstein, Berta,7:197
‘The Analysis of a Phobic Child’ (1949),7:195n1
‘On Latency’ (1951),5:356
Borstal Assistant Governors’ Conference (1967),8:91
borstals,5:152; 6:276278; 8:97. See also delinquent children; punishment
Boston Psychoanalytic Society,6:27, 333
bottle versus breast,2:391393; 3:277278, 304; 5:419420n9; 8:342, 345; 9:288n2
Bourne, Geoffrey,1:88
The Principles of Clinical Pathology in Practice (with G. K. Stone; 1929),1:201n1
Bouvet (French psychiatrist),9:130
Bowlby, John
adoption and,7:312
on antisocial behaviour,5:152, 153; 6:255; 7:222; 10:18
Attachment and Loss (1969),9:340341
attachment theory,6:4
British Psychoanalytical Society and,6:116
on children in hospital,3:400; 5:529; 9:127, 340341
classification scheme of childhood abnormalities,2:118119
on delinquent and habitual offenders,2:31; 9:100
direct observation by,4:37
Dowling recommended to,8:206
DWW compared,2:15, 19
DWW’s rapprochement with,2:6, 6ni
DWW working with,1:18; 10:17
evacuation of children in WWII and,2:6, 119; 5:5, 6
on grief and mourning,6:283284
on guilt,5:142
on holding,9:204
on individual maturational processes,8:36
International Psycho-Analytical Library and,6:236
‘John Bowlby: An Interview’ (1971),10:18
Klein, Melanie, and,3:385; 5:10, 129, 131
Laing, R. D., and,5:361ni
letter to (1938),1:465
letter to (1954),4:231232
letter to The Times (1966) with DWW and others,7:365366, 371
love of infant for mother,6:16
Lowry, Oliver M., put into contact with,5:163
reaction of DWW to papers of,5:501
reputation of,2:119ni
on separation and separation anxiety,2:359; 4:254, 5:529; 7:156; 9:127, 340341
Spitz and,5:255ni
two-body perspective and,2:15
A Two-Year-Old Goes to Hospital (film),4:113114, 114ni
Bowlby, John, works of
Child Care and Growth of Love,6:4
‘Discussion of “Grief and Mourning in Infancy” by John Bowlby’ (1959),5:6, 495500; 10:18
‘Evacuation of Small Children’ (British Medical Journal letter with DWW & Miller; 1939),2:6, 4748; 10:17
‘Forty-four Juvenile Thieves: Their Characters and Home-life’ (1944),2:31ni, 47ni, 222; 10:18, 528
(p. 365) ‘Grief and Mourning in Infancy’ (1959),5:495500; 10:18
‘Hysteria in children’ (1939),1:465
‘The Influence of Early Environment in the Development of Neurosis and Neurotic Character’ (1939),2:31ni
‘The Making and Breaking of Affectional Bonds’ (1979),6:16
Maternal Care and Mental Health (1951),3:405n2, 437439; 5:158n1
Maternal Care and Mental Health (1951; reviewed 1953),4:111114
‘The Nature of the Child’s Tie to His Mother’ (1957),5:237ni
‘Separation Anxiety’ (1958),5:379381, 383ni
‘On “Separation Anxiety” by John Bowlby’ (DWW, 1958),5:6, 379381
in The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 15 (1961; reviewed 1962),6:283284
Bowley, Agatha H., The Psychology of the Unwanted Child (review; 1947),3:149150
Bowra, Cecil Maurice,8:401
Sophoclean Tragedy (1944),6:517
Boxall, Helen,7:407
Boy Scouts,1:27, 49
brachial plexus, birth injury to,1:295
Bradley, C.,3:354, 356
Bradshaw (train timetables),7:354
Brain, R.,1:290n3
brain,7:450; 11:3941, 47, 7677
brain disease
‘Abscess in Frontal Lobe: Post-Mortem Findings’ (with Elizabeth O’Flynn; 1928),1:119121; 1:120, 121
anxiety and,1:272
central nervous system disorders,1:281, 289290
cerebral tumours,1:281, 289290
convulsions and fits,1:304305; 4:181182
‘Frontal Lobes of the Human Brain’ (letter to The Lancet 1943),4:33
infantile schizophrenia due to,8:161
mental disorders arising from,6:409410
tuberculosis, intracranial,1:119, 290
Bray, G. W., ‘Lichen Urticatus or Urticaria Papulosa’ (1933),1:343, 352n1
breakdown
of basic emotional development,6:99
definition of,6:524525
environmental breakdown,6:219, 365
fear of,5:458nii, 458459; 6:466, 523531, 531nii
‘Fear of Breakdown’ (1963),5:458nii; 6:523531
as healthy,6:416
‘On the Nature of Mental Breakdown’ (1963),6:523, 531nii
parent engaged in preventing,6:364
relief from,6:71
rhythm of breakdown-recovery,8:7
sometimes leading to cure,8:73
breast
‘bad breast’ and ‘good breast’,4:63, 198199, 221222; 5:122123, 131; 6:16, 270, 320324; 7:96; 11:9596
creation of, by baby,11:119, 121, 122
idealized,4:199
as object,4:6364, 162, 164, 173n1, 174n11; 5:411, 417n1; 9:7
sadistic attack on,10:296
breast cancer,1:70; 8:372, 374
Breasted, J. H.,9:36, 303
breastfeeding.See also weaning
adoption and,5:7576
assistance with,5:230232, 280, 282
‘bad breast’ and,6:16
biting,2:6768; 3:301
in black versus white populations,9:341
bodily contact with mother, importance of,2:201; 4:131
bottle-feeding and,2:391393; 3:133, 277278, 304; 5:419420n9; 8:342, 345; 9:288n2
‘Breast Feeding’ (1945),2:389395; 8:131
‘Breast-feeding as Communication’ (1968),8:341348, 355
described,3:290291
destruction and survival of breast,8:346347, 361
envy of the good breast,9:314. See also envy
excited relationships, setting for,11:119121; 11:120
face masks, mothers wearing while nursing infants,2:227
failure and success in,11:122123
fantasies of infant and,2:133; 4:169, 221222
father’s appearance in infant’s life and,4:353
first-time management of,3:291292; 8:107
‘good breast’,5:123, 131132; 6:16, 270, 320324; 8:342
identity of child and object relationship of child and breast and,7:324326
maternal knowledge about nutrition and,3:388
methodological approach of DWW to child development and,3:67
Middlemore, Merell P., The Nursing Couple (reviewed; 1942), 1:lxivlxv, 18; 2:12, 171174, 296, 297n1
mother, baby and,2:223225, 391392; 9:390
nurse or doctor involved in,8:8587, 344; 11:122123
(p. 366) nursing couple,6:8789
penis envy and breast envy,5:129
personhood of baby and,3:99, 100; 8:119120
The Piggle, breasts (yams) in,11:8, 198, 214, 224225, 232, 238, 276, 282, 290, 291
positive value of,8:344345
primary narcissism in,3:1011
prior to giving up infant for adoption,2:394
reality adaptation and,2:364
reliving, in analysis,4:351
sibling’s reaction to,8:109
social attitude to,9:341
split-off male and female elements in men and women and,9:313314
subjective object, breast as,9:7
switch to bottle feeding from,3:133
transitional objects and,9:271, 273
turning away from the breast,3:291; 8:108
twins and,2:345346
breathing.See also asthma
birth and baby’s awareness of,11:163164
infant’s fears about,2:132
sexual intercourse and,4:110
therapeutic consultation and,10:166, 180, 182
Brenner, Charles, ‘The Nature and Development of the Concept of Repression in Freud’s Writings’,5:363
Breuer, Josef,6:368, 369
Briance, Prunella,5:305
Childbirth with Confidence (foreword by DWW),5:239, 533534
letter to (1957),5:239
Brierley, Marjorie, 1:lxiv, 17, 373n5; 3:121; 7:408
Brill, A. A., (founder of New York Psychoanalytic Society),5:389
Britain
border between England and Scotland,9:119
Catholic-Protestant divide in Northern Ireland,9:118
German versus British behaviour,2:8889
neurosis, English inhibited pattern of,9:175
place of monarchy in,9:181187
British Empire,8:145
British Journal of Children’s Diseases,1:75, 343; 5:398n3
British Journal of Medical Psychology,1:11, 341, 437; 3:23, 123, 245, 265, 363, 483, 487, 489, 491; 4:35, 115, 189, 249ni; 5:505; 10:335
British Journal of Psychiatric Social Work,5:513; 6:461, 509
British Journal of Psychiatry,8:149ni
British Journal of Psychology,4:127; 6:367
British Medical Association,5:8
British Medical Bulletin,5:456
British Medical Journal
articles by DWW first published in,3:69, 353, 437; 4:237
‘Battle Neurosis Treated With Leucotomy’ (letter; 1947),3:113
Childhood and Society (Erikson 1951; reviewed 1953),4:125126
‘Circumcision’ (letter; 1939),2:2527
Clyne, Max B., Absent: School Refusal as an Expression of Disturbed Family Relationships (1966; reviewed 1967),8:129130
‘Comforters’ (letter; 1955),5:12, 77
‘Communal Feeding in Schools’ (letter; 1941),2:107108
‘Ethics of Prefrontal Leucotomy’ (letter; 1951),3:467468
‘Evacuation of Small Children’ (letter with Bowlby & Miller; 1939),2:6, 4748; 10:17
evacuation scheme, DWW, Bowlby, and Miller paper about,5:5
letter of D. N. Parfitt in,7:455
‘Loneliness in Infancy’ (letter; 1942),2:165
‘Paddington Green Children’s Hospital’ (letter; 1949),3:243244; 10:8
‘’Pathies in a State Service’ (letter; 1948),3:141
‘Physical Therapy in Mental Disorder’ (letter; 1945),2:379380
‘Prefrontal Leucotomy’ (letter; 1956),5:10, 119120
‘Pruritus and Psychology’ (letter; 1939),2:29
Psycho-Analysis and Child Psychiatry (Glover, reviewed 1953),4:115
The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Vol. 11 (1957; reviewed 1958),5:317318, 531n2
The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Vol. 15 (1961; reviewed 1962),6:283284
‘Psychology in the Child’s Education’ (letter; 1946),3:3536
‘Responsibility and Freedom’ (letter; 1943),2:217219
reviews originally published in,3:149, 151, 157, 159, 235, 431, 469, 473; 4:101, 115, 117, 125, 233; 5:223, 317, 363; 7:213, 375, 397
‘Shock Therapy’ (letter; 1944),2:207ni, 251253
‘Shock Treatment of Mental Disorder (letter; 1943),2:229230
Slavson, S. R., Child Psychotherapy (1953; reviewed 1954),4:233234
Soddy, Kenneth, Clinical Child Psychiatry (1960; reviewed 1961),6:223
Spence paper on hospitalised children in (1947),5:5
(p. 367) ‘Taking Children’s Temperatures’ (letter; 1949),3:181182
British Medical Student’s Journal,3:259
British Paediatric Association
Annual General Meeting (1945),2:389nii
‘Memorandum on “The Relation Between Clinical Paediatrics and Child Psychology” ’ (1943),2:7, 201205
‘The Wearing of Masks in the Nursing of Premature and Older Infants (abstract; 1943),2:227
British Psychoanalytical Society (BPAS), 1:xlvii, lii, lix, lix, lxxviii, 13, 16, 17, 18, 359
‘The Aims of Psycho-Analytical Treatment’ (1962),6:285
Balint’s paper ‘Primary Narcissism and Primary Love’ (1960) delivered,6:43ni
Bion and,5:8384; 6:125ni, 229, 285ni
‘Birth Memories, Birth Trauma and Anxiety’ (1949) presented at,3:201, 221ni, 222, 225
Bulletin of,9:155
candidates for membership,3:233234
‘Communicating and Not Communicating Leading to a Study of Certain Opposites’ (1963),6:433
Controversial Discussions (1940s), 1:lviii, lxiiilxv, 17; 5:8, 261nii; 6:217; 7:3, 377ni; 11:13, 101n5
discussion on ‘Consultation Technique’ (1946),3:42ni
DWW as member of,11:6
Extraordinary Business Meeting (February 1942),2:145
founding of,4:53; 5:392
A. Freud-Klein controversy in,5:68, 1011, 12, 1920, 33, 87
goals of,2:147
groups within,4:241243; 5:78, 1920, 261, 501
letter to Hellman on nomination,6:107
letter to Hoffer on papers read at Society by Associate Members,4:48
letter to Rycroft on possible topics for (1956),5:171
Medical Section,8:169; 10:5
‘Metapsychological and Clinical Aspects of Regression within the Psychoanalytical Set-up’ (1954) read before,4:201
‘Mind and Its Relation to the Psyche-Soma’ (1949) read before,3:245
papers of DWW presented to,7:4, 229, 317, 429; 9:4, 47, 149, 265, 317n7; 11:8
‘Playing: A Theoretical Statement’ (1967),8:299
‘Playing: Its Theoretical Status in the Clinical Situation’ (reading 1967),8:12
possibility of splitting and future of,4:241243
presentation of The Piggle, at pre-IPA Congress program, at 1969,11:190191
presidency of DWW,5:9, 309; 7:3, 407, 411, 413; 8:8; 9:100, 169
‘Primitive Emotional Development’ (lecture; 1945),2:357368
publication of Standard Edition of the Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud (1966),7:407410
Publications Committee,6:235236
reparation, importance of recognising,3:121122
role in DWW’s life and career, 1:xlvii, lix, lxi, lxxviii, 16, 17, 18, 359; 2:4, 5, 9; 4:53
‘Roots of Aggression’ (prepared 1968, but not delivered),8:329
Sandler’s paper ‘Research in Psycho-Analysis: The Hampstead Index as an Instrument of Psycho-Analytic Research’ (delivered 1961),8:229
Scientific Bulletin (internal circulation only),7:377
Scientific Meeting (June 1942),2:7
Scientific Meeting (May 1951),4:159
seventieth birthday lecture series proposal by DWW,7:243
shock therapy, study of,2:262
sociology of knowledge and,9:392394
statue of Freud by Nemon and,12:4
Strachey and,8:126
Training Committee,4:179180; 6:107
‘Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena’ first presented to (1951),3:435; 4:297
‘Winter Lectures on Psychoanalysis’ (1968),8:227
British Psychological Society, 1:lix, 14, 413; 2:207ni; 9:207
British Student Health Association,9:57, 337
Britton, Alison, 1:xiii, 12:21
Britton, Clare.See Winnicott, Clare
Britton, E.,11:186
Britton, James (brother-in-law),6:20, 499
Britton, Karl (brother-in-law),8:407
letter to (1968),8:397
Britton, Karl (brother-in-law) and Sheila
letter to (November 1968),8:12, 18n8, 383
letter to (December 1968),8:407
Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum,5:399
broken homes.See deprivation
bromide,1:268, 276, 305, 306, 308, 310
bronchitis,1:99, 100, 190, 197, 198199, 303
Brooke, Rupert,8:123
Bruch, H.,3:356
Bryan, Douglas,5:392
(p. 368) Budd, Susan,6:235ni
Buehler/Buhler, Charlotte,1:15; 6:371
Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de,7:432
‘The Building Up of Trust’ (1969),9:121128
bullying,10:276, 293, 294
Bunyan, John, Pilgrim’s Progress,5:139
Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care,8:59
Burgess, Norman,2:29
Burke, Edmund,5:135
Burke, N. H.,1:302n1
Burlingham, Dorothy,3:157; 5:337, 447, 496497; 6:399; 7:376; 10:18
on blind children,8:280
A. Freud with, observations of psychoses,4:37
Twins: A Study of Three Pairs of Identical Twins (1952; reviewed 1953),4:103104, 105108; 10:12
Young Children in Wartime: A Year’s Work in a Residential War Nursery (with Anna Freud),5:497; 10:18
Burt, Cyril,9:155
Burton, Lindy, Vulnerable Children: Three Studies of Children in Conflict (reviewed 1968),8:275276
Burton, Robert,2:259
Anatomy of Melancholy (1621),5:137, 142
Butt, Alfred, Sir,1:59


Caccia, G.,1:78, 88
Caesarean section, infant experience of,11:162
calamine lotion,1:327, 344
Caldwell, Lesley, 1:xlix, li, 12:xlix
Calverley, Charles Stuart,8:267
Humorous Poems III. Parodies: Imitations,8:267ni
Cambridge Evacuation Survey,2:117119
Cambridge University, DWW as student at, 1:xvi, 3; 12:303304
Cameron, Dr,1:171, 238, 355n1
Cameron, Hector,6:301
Cameron, Kenneth,4:228, 239
Caminopetros [doctor reporting case studies on encephalitis],1:86, 88, 90
Camus [doctor reporting case studies on encephalitis],1:83
Canadian Medical Association Journal,5:265
cancer,1:70; 8:372, 374; 11:1, 52
cannibalism, in Holding and Interpretation,4:308, 309, 311, 313, 315, 349, 350
‘The Capacity to Be Alone’ (1958), 1:xlviii, lxxvi; 5:1314, 241248; 6:11, 157n10; 7:430; 8:13, 312n3, 364; 9:298n5, 329
Capener, N. L.,1:61
Capps, F. C. W.,1:60
car accidents.See accidents
cardiac neurosis
clinical observations,7:384386
historical background,7:379381
medical histories, taking,7:381382
‘On Cardiac Neurosis in Children’ (1966),1:123ni; 7:379386
physical examinations,7:383384
care-cure position,
‘Cure’ (1970),9:191197
cruelty in,9:195
importance of,9:197
career management, in Holding and Interpretation,4:315316, 348, 376378, 386387, 393, 394, 416, 442, 461465, 464, 468469
caretaker, mother described as,7:221, 222
caretaker self,6:161, 360, 391
Carmichael, E. A.,1:290n2
Carpenter, Louise,8:387ni, 405406, 406nvi
Carrington, Dora,8:126
Carr-Saunders, A. M., Young Offenders (1942),2:195, 200n1
The Case as the Patient Sees It: Psychoanalysis, National Association of Mental Health (foreword by DWW; 1957),5:235236
Case Conference (journal),4:139149; 5:89; 9:179180
‘A Case Managed at Home’ (1955),5:8997
‘Case Notes for a Psychoanalytic Seminar: Withdrawal, Regression, Male Identification’ (1965),7:239242
‘Case of L.’ (1968),8:413, 417438; 10:83
case studies.See also clinical observations
‘ “Ada” aet 8 Years’,10:299n1, 307–334. See also ‘ “Ada” aet 8 Years’
adolescents,6:495497; 8:99104, 239243, 351352
adoption,4:293296
aggression,6:99100
‘ “Albert” aet 7 Years 9 Months’,10:233252. See also ‘ “Albert” aet 7 Years 9 Months’
‘ “Alfred” aet 10 Years’,10:165185, 519–520. See also ‘ “Alfred” aet 10 Years’
‘ “Ashton” aet 12 Years’,7:183niv, 273, 358nii; 10:210, 213–232. See also ‘ “Ashton” aet 12 Years’
‘Basis for Self in Body’ (1970),9:226232
‘ “Bob” aet 6 Years’,10:113140, 517–518. See also ‘ “Bob” aet 6 Years’
‘Case for Diagnosis (? Infantile Hemiplegia)’ (1926),1:9394
‘Case for Diagnosis (? Poliomyelitis with Some Spasticity)’ (1926),1:9192
‘Case of Stunted Growth’ (1927),1:99100
(p. 369) ‘ “Cecil” aet 21 Months at First Consultation’,10:1819, 335–366. See also ‘ “Cecil” aet 21 Months at First Consultation’
character disorders,6:456459
‘ “Charles” aet 9 Years’,10:1516, 191–212. See also ‘ “Charles” aet 9 Years’
‘Clinical Illustration of “The Use of an Object” ’ (1968),8:365368
‘Contribution to the Final Number of Case Conference’ (1970),9:179180
‘A Doctor Looks at the Psychiatric Social Worker’ (1943),2:185190
‘Dreaming, Fantasying and Living: A Case-History Describing a Primary Dissociation’ (1971),9:289298
‘ “Eliza” aet 7½ years’ (1971),8:413; 10:9, 83112. See also ‘ “Eliza” aet 7½ years’
enuresis,4:8195
envy,6:269271, 403405
‘Envy: A Male Patient Near the End of His Analysis’ (1961),6:269271
on fantasies and orgiastic bodily functioning,9:369370
‘Further Clinical Illustration of “The Use of an Object’’ ’ (1968),8:369377
futility,6:100101
‘ “George” aet 13 Years’,10:495514
‘Hands Case.’See ‘Ada’
‘ “Hesta” aet 16 Years’,10:253274. See also ‘ “Hesta” aet 16 Years’
Holding and Interpretation: Fragment of an Analysis (1955), 1:lxi, lxxiii; 4:303474
‘ “Iiro” aet 9 Years 9 Months’,8:78; 10:13, 15, 3132, 3755, 515. See also ‘ “Iiro” aet 9 Years 9 Months’
Institute of Psycho-Analysis, Child Department,2:149163
in ‘Interrelating Apart from Instinctual Drive and in Terms of Cross-identifications’ (1971),9:319328, 330334
‘ “Jason” aet 8 Years 9 Months’,10:453493. See also ‘ “Jason” aet 8 Years 9 Months’
‘Knowing and Not Knowing’ (undated; first published 1989),9:367368
‘ “Lily” aet 5 Years’,10:17, 19, 451452. See also ‘ “Lily” aet 5 Years’
‘ “Mark” aet 12 Years’,10:369402, 525526. See also ‘ “Mark” aet 12 Years’
‘ “Matti,” aet 12 1/2 years: A Therapeutic Consultation’ (1961),6:237239; 10:15
‘ “Milton” aet 8 Years’,10:9, 275299, 521523. See also ‘ “Milton” aet 8 Years’
mirroring,8:213218
mother’s death and stepmother’s role to illustrate dependence,6:474476
‘Mother’s Madness Appearing in the Clinical Material as an Ego-Alien Factor’ (1969),9:141148
‘ “Mrs X” aet 30 Years’,10:19, 441450. See also ‘ “Mrs X” aet 30 Years’
‘The Niffle’ (probably before 1961; published 1996),9:383387
‘A Note on a Case Involving Envy’ (1963),6:403405
oversimplification of,10:29
‘ “Peter” aet 13 Years’,10:403418. See also ‘ “Peter” aet 13 Years’
play and creativity of client,8:172179
psychosis,6:6671; 8:99104
‘ “Robert” aet 9 Years’,10:141156. See also ‘ “Robert” aet 9 Years’
‘ “Robin” aet 5 Years’,10:5782. See also ‘ “Robin” aet 5 Years’
‘ “Rosemary” aet 10 Years’,10:157163. See also ‘ “Rosemary” aet 10 Years’
‘ “Ruth” aet 8 Years’,10:419439, 527533. See also ‘ “Ruth” aet 8 Years’
‘Sakari: A Therapeutic Consultation’ (1961),6:241257; 10:15
‘Two Further Clinical Examples’ (undated, probably 1970),9:235245
casework
‘Casework with Mentally Ill Children’ (1959),5:481492; 7:399niii
clinical observations,5:483490
holding in,5:486, 490, 491
‘The Mentally Ill in Your Caseload’ (1963),6:13, 409420
psychotherapy and casework,5:481482
teamwork and,5:490491
Cassel Hospital for Functional Nervous Diseases,2:252ni; 3:351
Casteret, N., My Caves (1947),3:213
castration,11:18
desire of patient to castrate another person,6:404405
loss of ego function and,8:442
as medical treatment,3:479
castration anxiety,5:352, 446, 450; 9:151, 230; 11:73, 84
brain mutilation and,3:478
childhood sexuality and,3:102, 104, 110
displacements of,3:213
dreams and,3:62, 63
Freudian concept,4:205
and gender,11:69, 71, 73, 74n1,
Holding and Interpretation: Fragment of an Analysis (1955),4:310, 323, 384, 396, 398
homosexuality and,6:407
instinct theory and,11:7374, 84
(p. 370) loss of intellect and,8:442
and Oedipus complex,11:7273, 81, 84
penis envy and,3:490
as psychological release,11:18
relationship with father and,4:323
Casuso, Gabriel
‘Anxiety Related to the “Discovery” of the Penis’ (1957),5:159ni
letter to (1956),5:159160
cataloguing, as thought process,7:141142
catarrh,1:169, 170, 179, 184, 203, 336n4
cathexis
cathected internal mother imago,6:132133, 165, 355
object relation and,8:357, 359, 362
withdrawal of,10:132, 135
Catholic-Protestant divide in Northern Ireland,9:118
‘Cathy Come Home’ (film),8:388niv
causes of illness in children,1:170172
‘ “Cecil” aet 21 Months at First Consultation’,10:1819, 335366
background,10:335
dreams and,10:364
failure of Cecil to speak,10:339, 340
gender identity and,10:344
hitting his mother,10:345
mother’s depression and,10:339, 346, 365366
mother’s pregnancy as trigger for symptoms,10:336337, 338, 362
nursery school and,10:345346
onset of symptoms,10:336
play capacity and,10:340, 344
preference of Cecil for his father over his mother,10:341342, 366nn23
pseudologia fantastica as part of antisocial behaviour and,10:363
regression and,10:336, 360, 361, 364, 366, 367n6
sibling rivalry and,10:344, 362
sleeping with his parents,10:338339, 344345
squiggle game and,10:347359, 347360, 363364
stealing as issue,10:346, 360363, 366n1
thumb-sucking and,10:337, 339344, 354, 361, 366
toilet training and,10:336
transitional phenomena and,10:337
Central Hospital, Warwick,7:455
central nervous system
acute diseases of,1:282290
‘Disease of the Nervous System’, from Clinical Notes (1931),1:281290
medical history and physical examination,1:281282
walking problems and,1:293294
central self.See true and false self
cerebral palsy,6:391ni
cerebral tumours,1:281, 289290
Chadwick, Mary,1:9, 11
Chair of Child Psychiatry, DWW on need for,5:161163
Chamberlain, Anne (Mrs. Neville), letter to (1938),1:463
Chamberlain, Neville,1:463; 2:9293
‘Changing Patterns: the Young Person, the Family and Society’ (1970),9:57ni, 167ni
‘Chaos’ (from Human Nature 1988),11:153155
Chaplin, D., letter to (1954),4:271272
character disorders,6:447459
aetiology of,6:450452
antisocial behaviour and,6:448, 452
case examples,6:456459
court cases involving,6:455
gender differences at adolescence,6:455456
indications for therapy,6:452455
natural cure for,6:450
psycho-neurosis,6:450
psychosis,6:450451, 457459
‘The Psychotherapy of Character Disorders’ (1963),6:13, 447459
society’s role in determining fate of persons with,6:449
‘Chards Pil …’ (1968),8:245247
‘ “Charles” aet 9 Years’,10:1516, 191212
dreams and,10:199, 205, 208210
mind and its division into compartments and,10:196, 202
penis and,10:201
squiggle game and,10:192209, 192211, 211
charts, medical, importance of,1:195201
Cheadle, W. B.,1:221; 2:49, 50; 7:380
Cheale, Mr. and Mrs., [superintendent at Market End House (Bicester)],2:103104
Chess, S., A. Thomas, and H. G. Birch, Your Child Is a Person (1960; reviewed by DWW 1966),7:415
Chesterton, G. K.,1:32
Cheu, Tsuicheu, letter to (1957),5:217
chicken pox
encephalitis and,1:7981, 115116
papular urticaria resembling,1:345
Child, Dr,7:197
‘The Child, the Family and the Offender’ (1965),7:203205
‘The Child, the Family and the Young Offender’ (UK Government Home Office White Paper),7:203205
The Child, the Family, and the Outside World (1964),2:293; 3:313, 323, 393, 421n4, 441; 5:3, (p. 371) 294ni; 7:8, (Introduction to) 125–127, 129; 8:33, 144nii, 157, 197, 197ni; 9:36, 44ni, 92, 92nii; 11:102n9
‘Child Analysis in the Latency Period’ (1958),5:351359; 11:185, 186n5
‘The Child and Sex’ (1947),3:101111
The Child and the Family (1957),2:12, 21niii, 287ni, 293; 3:313, 387, 393; 5:3, 239, 465, 479; 6:64, 109ni, 293; 7:83; 8:146nii, 165n1
The Child and the Outside World (1957),2:21niii; 3:313, 323; 5:3; 7:129; 8:146nii
childbirth.See entries at birth
child care
attitudes to,4:254; 5:6, 496
Child Care and Protection Act,3:423
child care workers and generic training of social workers,5:339344
failure in,4:57; 5:63, 422
as field of study for Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry (ACPP),8:5960
good care’s effect on integration,4:5657
maternal care.See mother-child relationship
‘Psychoses and Child Care’ (1953),4:8, 9, 3545; 6:157n4
residential child care,8:6061
role of father in,5:293
role of medical professional in,5:422424
Child Care News, letter to (1969),9:6365
‘Child Department Consultations’ (1942),2:3, 7, 149163
child development.See also infant development
advice for persons seeking careers in,9:176177
from being infants to four-year olds,6:35
continuity of development,4:36
emotional component of,2:71, 203204, 387
environmental adaptation in,4:214
explanations, stage of,6:37, 42
of four-year-old,4:249250
‘Growth and Development in Immaturity’ (1950),3:397405
‘The Human Child Examined’ (Part 1 of Human Nature, 1988),11:2556
Kleinian model of,10:10
‘Needs of the Under-Fives’ (1954),4:249256
‘The Only Child’ (published & radio broadcast 1945),2:21niii, 323327
opportunity, provision of,6:386388
physiotherapy and,9:6973
society’s responsibility in,4:254255
stages of,4:233; 6:346347; 8:67, 7072
‘Their Standards and Yours’ (published 1945 & radio broadcast 1944),2:21niii, 277280
thinking,7:140. See also intellectual development
triangular relationship,4:251252
twins,2:344, 346347
two-person relationship,4:252
of two-to four-year-old,4:276
‘What Do We Mean by a Normal Child?’ (published & radio broadcast 1946),2:21niii, 281286
Child-Family Digest,3:441
A Child Goes to Hospital (film),4:173n3
Child Guidance Clinics
access to,8:181
advising family to give up adopted child,9:243
cases described in Soddy, Kenneth, Clinical Child Psychiatry (1960; reviewed 1961),6:223
child psychiatry at Paddington Green Children’s Hospital and,6:19, 179
children at, not representative7:388
defined,6:179ni
emergence of,2:202203; 9:63, 176
psychiatric social workers in,8:61
unsatisfactory consultations in,10:191
Child Guidance Inter-Clinic Conference,7:51
Child Guidance movement,10:5
Child Guidance Training Centre,6:299
‘Childhood Psychosis’ (1950),3:353356
‘The Child in the Family Group’ (1966),7:387396
age of DWW and work with children,9:171
background for,6:301302
caseload of child psychiatrist versus psychoanalyst,10:369
Chair of Child Psychiatry, DWW on need for,5:161163
‘Child Psychiatry, Social Work, and Alternative Care’ (1970),9:171174
‘Child Psychiatry: The Body as Affected by Psychological Factors’ (ca. 1931),1:13, 159160
‘A Child Psychiatry Case Illustrating Delayed Reaction to Loss’ (1965),7:11, 279304; 8:319
‘A Child Psychiatry Interview’ (1962),10:157
definition of,6:300
development as recognised field,10:47
economics of, 10:526
‘How Little Need I Do?’ as motto for,10:183, 517, 519, 525
paediatricians and,2:203; 4:76, 78, 117, 228, 239; 5:423424; 6:20, 177, 263265, 304305; 10:5; 11:37
‘A Personal Statement on Child Psychiatry’ (1971),9:175178
‘The Psycho-analyst and Child Psychiatry: A Matter of Economics’ (1962),6:357358
(p. 372) relationship of adult psychiatry to,6:302303
relationship of psychoanalysis to,6:305306, 357358; 10:27
‘Theoretical Statement of the Field of Child Psychiatry’ (1958),5:421429
Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry (1971), 1:lxi, 8
‘Training for Child Psychiatry’ (1962),6:299307
training in,6:299307; 7:419422
Child Psychology and Psychiatry,9:288n3
Children Act (1948),2:5; 5:152, 274275n1, 544; 7:33, 99
‘Children and Their Mothers’ (1940),2:8186; 6:158n16
‘Children in the War’
BBC radio broadcast (1939),2:5; 12:8
paper (1940),2:9599
‘Children Learning’ (1968),8:313318
Children’s Act (1948),3:425, 439; 8:59
‘Children’s Comforters’ (1955),5:12
children’s homes.See also hostels
evidence given to Home Office Committee on,2:349, 369377
Poor Law homes,1:409niii
‘Children’s Hostels in War and Peace’ (1948),3:2327; 4:239ni
Children’s Officer, role of,2:5; 8:60
Children’s services,2:5
Child Study Association of America, Parents’ Questions (reviewed 1947),3:151
‘Child Therapy: A Case of Antisocial Behaviour’ (1965),8:319; 10:369
Chisholm, Catherine,8:283, 296
chorea
anxiety and,1:246, 272
diagnosis of,2:156157
‘The Diagnosis of Chorea’ (1929),1:9, 133140
DWW’s early medical experience with,1:6, 7
encephalitis and,1:78, 95, 133, 250
enuresis and,1:144
fidgetiness and,1:136140, 247253
fright as cause of,2:50
‘On In-Patient Treatment for Rheumatic Fever and Chorea’ (ca. 1923–1931),1:161163
physical examinations,7:384
psychological health and,11:50
rheumatic heart disease and,1:133, 161163; 2:50, 5558
seasonal variations in incidence of,7:380381
Christianity and the ascensive,1:365
Christian Teamwork Institute of Education,8:313
chronic staphylococcal infection (CSI),1:69
chronology of DWW’s life, 1:467472; 2:397401; 3:495501; 4:475481; 5:547552; 6:533540; 7:461467; 8:451457; 9:397403; 10:535541; 11:319324
Church, Richard,7:393
Churchill, Winston,2:87, 91, 92; 7:150
cigarettes.See smoking
‘Circumcision’ (letter to The British Medical Journal; 1939),2:2527
citizenship, home life as basis for,3:35
Clancier, Anne,9:257
classification
Bowlby, John, classification scheme for childhood abnormalities,2:118119
of broken homes,3:368369
of cases,5:5254; 6:300301
‘Classification: Is There a Psycho-Analytic Contribution to Psychiatric Classification?’ (1959/1965),5:445459; 6:14, 523; 8:357; 9:317n1; (1964 addendum) 7:233ni, 238n3