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BB0161 Psychiatry and nonviolence : a memorial meeting for Edward C. Tolman ; moderated by Leo Postman.

Speeches and discussion at a memorial meeting for the famous psychologist. Panel composed of...

KPFA, 17 Dec. 1959.
BB3747 Interview with Erich Fromm / interviewed by Richard Hefner.

On his work in psychoanalysis.|INTERVIEW WITH ERICH FROMM / interviewed by Richard Hefner...

WBAI, 1 Jan. 1969.
BC0531.10 A Professional psychoanalyst / Dr. Ben Weininger ; interviewed by Herschel Lymon.

Psychoanalyst discusses his life and career.

KPFK, 30 Jan. 1972.
BC0759 New concepts of women : implications for therapy

Helen Landgarten talks with Elizabeth Estrup, M.A., Hannah Lerman, Ph.D., and Aurelia Morris who...

American Women -- Psychology and psychotherapy, American Women -- Feminism KPFK, February 25, 1972
KZ0076 Dependency and separation / Carl Faber.

Psychologist discusses the effects of strong individuals upon those around them.

KPFK, 1977?
KZ0078 The Isolation of the strong individual / Carl Faber ; produced by Carlos Hagen.

Excerpts from Faber's lectures on the individual in society.

KPFK, 1977?
KZ0527 Selfishness and greed / Carl Faber.

Clinical psychologist on how the selfish live off of the labor of the givers.

KPFK, Jan. 3, 1979.
KZ0741 Astrology through computers / Zipporah Dobyns ; interviewed by Judy Walker.

A psychologist-astrologer who uses computers for research.

KPFK, Sept. 1979.
KZ1194 Sex and psychotherapy / Dr. Albert Ellis ; interviewed by Dr. Albert Freeman.

On the self-directed psychotherapy technique which fostered controversy among psychologists;...

KPFK, Aug. 16, 1959.
SZ0139 Sex, marriage, and psychotherapy / Albert Ellis ; interviewed by Mike Wallace.

On his controversial view of human relations based on the guilt underlying sex in America.