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Intrapsychic Humanism Bibliography

Fenby, B. (1992). Book review: "Intrapsychic humanism: An introduction to a comprehensive psychology and philosophy of mind," Smith College Studies in Social Work, 62, 195-197.

Heineman (Pieper), M. (1981). The obsolete scientific imperative in social work research. Social Service Review, 55, 371-397.

Heineman Pieper, M. (1985). The future of social work research. Social Work Research and Abstracts, 21, 3-11.

Miller, W. (1993). Response to Jerome Wakefield's "Psychoanalytic Fallacies: Reflections on Martha Heineman Pieper and William Joseph Pieper's Intrapsychic Humanism." Social Service Review, 67, 672-3.

Pieper, Martha Heineman. (1985). The future of social work research. Social Work Research and Abstracts, 21, 3-11.

Pieper, Martha Heineman. (1986). Some common misunderstandings of the heuristic approach. Social Work Research and Abstracts, 22, 2, 22.

Pieper, Martha Heineman. (1989). The heuristic paradigm: A unifying and comprehensive approach to social work research. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 60, 8-34.

Pieper, Martha Heineman. (1994). Science, not Scientism: The Robustness of Naturalistic Clinical Research [Keynote Address Presented at the Conference on Qualitative Methods in Social Work Research, State University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York]. In E. Sherman & W. J. Reid (Eds.). Qualitative Research in Social Work. New York: Columbia University Press.

Pieper, Martha Heineman (1999). The privilege of being a therapist: A fresh perspective from intrapsychic humanism on caregiving intimacy and the development of the professional self. Families in Society, 80, 479-487.

Pieper, M.H., & Pieper, W.J.. (1990). Intrapsychic humanism: An introduction to a comprehensive psychology and philosophy of mind. Chicago: Falcon II Press.

Pieper, M.H., & Pieper, W.J. (1991). It's not tough, it's tender love. Chicago Medicine, 94, 10-16.

Pieper, M.H., & Pieper, W.J. (1992, May 27) A new psychology challenges the misogyny and misanthropy of Freud's legacy. [Paper Presented at the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology].

Pieper, M. H., & Pieper, W. J. (1993). Response to "Psychoanalytic fallacies: Reflections on Martha Heineman Pieper and William Joseph Pieper's Intrapsychic Humanism" [Debate with Author]. Social Service Review, 67, 651-4.

Pieper, Martha Heineman, & Pieper, William J. (1995). Treating violent, `untreatable'adolescents: Applications of intrapsychic humanism in a state-funded demonstration project. [Alumni Centennial Invitational Lecture Series, University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration]. In Tyson, K. (Ed.) (1995). New foundations for scientific social and behavioral research: The heuristic paradigm. (455-472). Needham Heights, MA.: Allyn & Bacon.

Pieper, M. H., and Pieper, W. J. (1999). Smart love: The compassionate alternative to discipline that will make you a better parent and your child a better person. Boston: Harvard Common
Press.

Pieper, M., & Pieper, W. (2002). Addicted to unhappiness: Free yourself from moods and behaviors that undermine relationships, work, and the life you want. New York: McGraw Hill.

Pieper, M.H., & Pieper, W.J. (2004). Helping foster parents manage the addiction to unhappiness in their children: An approach to preventing placement failures. Illinois Child Welfare, 1, 1, 21-41.

Steinberg, M. (1993). Response to Jerome Wakefield's "Psychoanalytic Fallacies: Reflections on Martha Heineman Pieper and William Joseph Pieper's Intrapsychic Humanism". Social Service Review, 67, 670-2.