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Bruno Bettelheim, 1903-1990


Bettelheim, B. (1969). The children of the dream. New York : Macmillan. HQ792.P3 B47 1969

Bettelheim, B., & Janowitz, M. (1950). Dynamics of prejudice ; a psychological and sociological study of veterans. New York : Harper and Brothers. HM291 .B43 1950X

Bettelheim, B. (1967). The empty fortress; infantile autism and the birth of the self. New York : Free Press.WM203.5 B565E 1967X

Bettelheim, B.(1974, c1973). A home for the heart. New York : Knopf. WM28 AI3 S698H 1974

Bettelheim, B. (1960). The informed heart; autonomy in a mass age. Glencoe, IL : Free Press. HM271 .B44 1960

Bettelheim, B. (1950). Love is not enough; the treatment of emotionally disturbed children. Glencoe, IL : Free Press. HQ769 .B525 1950

Bettelheim, B. (1981). On learning to read : The child's fascination with meaning. (1st Ed.). New York : Knopf. LB1050 .B47 1981

Bettelheim, B., & Janowitz, M. (1964). Social change and prejudice, including dynamics of prejudice. New York : Free Press of Glencoe. HM291 .B43 1964

Bettelheim, B. (1976). The uses of enchantment : the meaning and importance of fairy tales. (1st Ed). New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House. GR550 .B47 1976



Pollak, Richard. (1997). The creation of Dr. B : a biography of Bruno Bettelheim. New York : Simon & Schuster. BF109.B48 P65 1997

Sutton, Nina. (1997). Bettelheim, a life and a legacy. (D. Sharp, Trans.). Boulder, CO : WestView Press. WZ100 B5645S 1997X



Bettleheim, B. (1978, 1977). Importance of fairy tales for children [sound recording]. National Public Radio. PC1337



Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. (1994-2008). Bruno Bettelheim Biography (1903-1990). Retrieved May 20, 2010, from http://www.biography.com/articles/Bruno-Bettelheim-9211351

Answers.com. (2009). Bruno Bettelheim. Retrieved May 20, 2010, from http://www.answers.com/topic/bruno-bettelheim


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