WILLIAM GOLDFARB: Influence Statistics

WILLIAM GOLDFARB

WILLIAM GOLDFARB

Western Pennsylvania Hospital Burn Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15224, USA | Rutgers University, Dep't. Environmental Resources, Cook College, New Brunswick, NJ 08903 | Henry ...

WILLIAM GOLDFARB: Expert Impact

Concepts for which WILLIAM GOLDFARB has direct influence: Schizophrenic children , Childhood schizophrenia , Institution children , Foster children , Early institutional , Adolescent personality , Schizophrenia schizophrenia .

WILLIAM GOLDFARB: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which WILLIAM GOLDFARB has influence: Autistic children , Infantile autism , Reactive attachment disorder , Attachment theory , Childhood schizophrenia , Institutionalized child , Maternal deprivation .

KOL Resume for WILLIAM GOLDFARB

Year
2013

Western Pennsylvania Hospital Burn Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15224, USA

1992

Rutgers University, Dep't. Environmental Resources, Cook College, New Brunswick, NJ 08903

1972

Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research 5050 Iselin Avenue Riverdale, New York 10471

1968

Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research, Riverdale, New York, USA

1965

Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research, Columbia University, Psychoanalytic Clinic for Training and Research.

1964

State University of New York UpState Medical Center

1962

Research psychiatrist, Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research, New York, N. Y.

1961

Director, Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University, Psychoanalytic Clinic for Training and Research, New York, N. Y.

1957

Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research§

1956

New York

1949

Foster Home Bureau, New York City

1947

Jewish Child Care Association, New York

1945

New York Association for Jewish Children, New York

1944

New York Association for Jewish Children, Foster Home Bureau, New York City

1943

Foster Home Bureau, N. Y. Associafion for Jewish Children

Prominent publications by WILLIAM GOLDFARB

KOL-Index: 15100 . This study stemmed from an interest in the broad problem of psychological deprivation of infants and a practical interest in the related problem of institutional deprivation as such. Fifteen institution children who had been in the institution since early infancy and who at about 3 years of age were at the point of being placed in foster homes, were studied. They were equated with a group ...
Known for Foster Children | Social Maturity | Early Deprivation | Psychological Growth
KOL-Index: 2524 . It is my intention to summarize the investigations in childhood schizophrenia carried on over the past ten years at the Ittleson Center for Child Research. These investigations have not constituted a very rigidly organized and totally preplanned program of research. However, primary research objectives were carefully enunciated and each of the studies did emerge naturally out of previous ...
Known for Childhood Schizophrenia | Child Humans
KOL-Index: 2514 . The schizophrenic child characteristically presents a remarkable array of symptoms. Indeed, the breadth of symptomatology and the extreme degree of divergence from normality in virtually all regulative and coordinative activities are almost diagnostic signs in themselves. Widespread disturbances seemingly occur at all levels of integration and affect all psychic functions. A proper ...
Known for Schizophrenic Children | Receptor Preferences | Child Humans | Ittleson Center
KOL-Index: 1907
Known for Schizophrenic Children | Childhood Schizophrenia | Speech Disorders | Child Humans
KOL-Index: 1859 . Observation of manifestly disordered behavior in children has distinct value for highlighting salient areas of ego development in childhood. Gross deviations from presumptively normal function thus are useful guides to those facets of normal child development that are most profitably selected for psychoanalytic investigation. There is particular profit in the study of childhood ...
Known for Schizophrenic Children | Childhood Schizophrenia | Body Image | Child Development
KOL-Index: 1465 . It has been postulated that childhood schizophrenia represents an alteration of the central nervous system.1-5,16 Thus, Lauretta Bender has declared that "the schizophrenic child reveals pathology at every level and in every field of integration within the function of the central nervous system, be this vegetative, motor, perceptive, intellectual, emotional or social.... It must be ...
Known for Schizophrenic Children | Central Nervous | Facehand Test | Childhood Schizophrenia
KOL-Index: 1075 . Pregnant patients with burn injuries present a unique challenge for general medical care and require special anesthetic considerations. A 21 year old woman at 28 weeks' gestation, who suffered 45% total burn surface area partial and full-thickness burns during a fire in her home, is presented. Anesthetic management included preparation and care during excision and skin grafting procedures, ...
Known for Anesthetic Management | Pregnant Patients | Burn Injuries | Weeks Gestation
KOL-Index: 930
Known for Childhood Schizophrenia | Child Relations
KOL-Index: 926 . In considering the treatment of childhood schizophrenia, it should be recognized this is a psychiatric classification assigned to children with a broad gamut of ego disorders. In other words, the children deviate dramatically from normal in all aspects of self-regulative organization, involved in their orientation to and manipulation of the environment. As a group and compared to normal, ...
Known for Schizophrenic Children | Psychotic Disorders | Space Perception
KOL-Index: 778
Known for Early Institutional | Adolescent Personality
KOL-Index: 662
Known for Schizophrenic Children | Rorschach Test | Child Humans
KOL-Index: 440
Known for Publication Adaptation | Psychology Child | Psychological Adolescent

Key People For Schizophrenic Children

Top KOLs in the world
#1
LAURETTA BENDER
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#2
WILLIAM GOLDFARB
schizophrenic children childhood schizophrenia early institutional
#3
Robert Franklin Asarnow
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#4
L Erlenmeyer‐Kimling
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Tracy Sherman
schizophrenic children language development childhood onset schizophrenia
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Donald Guthrie
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Western Pennsylvania Hospital Burn Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15224, USA | Rutgers University, Dep't. Environmental Resources, Cook College, New Brunswick, NJ 08903 | Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research 5050 Iselin Avenue Riverdale, New York 10471 |