Stanley I. Greenspan - Non-Autism Books of Interest

Disability and Related Books

Stanley I. Greenspan is clinical professor of psychiatry, behavioral sciences, and pediatrics at George Washington University Medical School.

Stanley Greenspan

Stanley I. Greenspan.
Infancy and Early Childhood: The Practice of Clinical Assessment and Intervention with Emotional and Developmental Challenges (Madison, CT: International University Press, 1992). ISBN: 0823626334 (hardcover). [disability]
Stanley I. Greenspan & Beryl Lieff Benderly.
The Growth of the Mind: And the Endangered Origins of Intelligence (Addison-Wesley, 1997). First sentence is "Perhaps the most vivid understanding of the fundamental way emotions influence cognitive growth comes from observing autistic children." ISBN: 0201483025 (paperback, 384 pages, HarperCollins, 1998); ISBN: 0738200263 (paperback, 384 pages, Perseus Publishing, 1998). [disability,se]
Stanley I. Greenspan & Jacqueline Salmon.
The Challenging Child: Understanding, Raising, and Enjoying the Five "Difficult" Types of Children (Addison-Wesley, 1995). Describes the self-absorbed or inattentive child. ISBN: 0201441934 (paperback, Perseus Press, 1996). [disability,se]

Non-autism but related books by Stanley I. Greenspan.