1. "Effect of Divorce on a Child's Personality Development." Mental Health Digest, 4:24-28, April, 1972.
2. "Sexual Activity of Divorced Women."  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, October, 1973, p. 154.
3. "Telling Children About Sexual Molestation." Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 1974.
4. "How Can Divorce be Accomplished with the Least Psychological Damage?" Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, September, 1980.
5. "What Should Boys be Told About Nocturnal Emissions?"  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 14:28-29, December, 1980.
6. "In Praise of Marriage."  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 16:26-32, January, 1982.
7. "A Group Training Model for Impulsive Unsocialized Delinquents." In  Stein, M.D. and Davis, J.K. (eds.) Therapies for Adolescents. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.  1982.
8. "Long-Term Therapy with Hospitalized Delinquents."  In Schaefer, C.E., Johnson, L., Wherry, J.N. (eds.) Group Therapies for Children and Youth. San Francisco, California: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
9. "Is Pornography a Threat to Society?" Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality. 17:55-56, March, 1983.
10. "The Debate on Day Care Continued." Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 28: 963-964, 1989.
11. "Juvenile Ageism: The Unrecognized Prejudice." Psychiatry News. November 6, 1992.
12. "Juvenile Ageism and Child Psychiatry." Newsletter of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Fall, 1992.
13. "The Opposite End of Ageism." Vital Connections. Winter, 1992.
14. "Juvenile Ageism, The Unrecognized Prejudice." American Association of Psychiatry and the Law
            Newsletter. 17(3), December, 1992.
15. "What Can One Person Do About Violence? Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Fall, 1994: 24.
16. "A Better Way to Reduce AFDC Costs."  Wisconsin Medical Journal, 94:132, 1995.
17. "Juvenile Ageism: The Hidden Prejudice."  CPEA News, 21 (6):5, 1995.
18. "Let's Not Forget About the Children in Welfare Reform." Psychiatric News, August 4, 1995, p. 6.
19. "Juvenile Ageism: The Hidden Prejudice." Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer, 1995:11.
20.  “Morning Mist. “Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Fall, 1996: 19.
21. “Family Support Networks Proposed.” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter, 1998: 15-16.
22. “Reflections on Life as a Psychiatrist,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Fall 1998.
23. "Listening with the Third Ear," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter 1998.
24. “’Work vs Family’ Represents Muddled Thinking,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer, 1999.
25. "Legalizing or Medicalizing Street Drugs," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter 1999.
26. “Physicians and Politics,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Spring 2000.
27. "For Grandparents Only," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Fall, 2000.
28. "Listening with the Third Ear," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter, 2000.
29. "Does the First Amendment Apply to Children?" Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter 2001.
30. "The 'Welcome Home Baby' Initiative," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Spring, 2001.
31. "Did You Belong to Your Parents?" Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer, 2001.
32. "Is It 'Infant' or 'Baby' Day Care?" Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Fall, 2001.
33. "Does the First Amendment Apply to Children?" Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter, 2001.
34. "The Blame Game," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Spring 2002.
35. "Is the Two-parent Family Passé?" Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter, 2002.
36. "Strengthening Families Vital," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter, 2002.
37. "Smart State Budget Priorities," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer, 2003.
38. "To Clone or Not to Clone; That Is Not the Question," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer, 2003.
39. "Our Neglectful Nation Pays the Price," Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Fall, 2003; Vol. 43, No. 3.
40. “State Needs a Family Policy Board,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Spring, 2004; Vol. 44, No. 1.
41. “Envy -The Hidden Emotion,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer 2004, Vol. 44, No. 2.
42. “Public Service as a Rite of Passage,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Winter, 2004; Vol. 44, No. 3
43. “Call Parents and Not the Police,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer 2005, Vol. 45, No. 1.
44. “The Demise of the Play Pen,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Fall 2005, Vol. 25, No. 2.
45. “What Happened to Parental Responsibility?” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer 2006, Vol. 25. No. 1
46. “Prevention=Wisdom,” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Fall 2006, Vol. 25, No. 2.
47. “A Thriving Family: Every Child’s Highest Priority.” Wisconsin Psychiatrist, Summer  2007, Vol. 27.

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