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Psychology and Psychiatry

Naomi Rosenblatt on the Bible

Naomi Rosenblatt, interviewed by Deborah Ross on December 13, 2010, speaks about the bible.
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Naomi Rosenblatt, interviewed by Deborah Ross on December 13, 2010, speaks about the bible.

Naomi Rosenblatt on Jewish Identity

Naomi Rosenblatt, interviewed by Deborah Ross on December 13, 2010, speaks about forging a Jewish identity.
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Naomi Rosenblatt, interviewed by Deborah Ross on December 13, 2010, speaks about forging a Jewish identity.

Naomi Harris Rosenblatt on her Childhood in Israel

Naomi Rosenblatt, interviewed by Deborah Ross on December 13, 2010, speaks about being born in 1933 in Israel, 3 weeks before Hitler came to power.
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Naomi Rosenblatt, interviewed by Deborah Ross on December 13, 2010, speaks about being born in 1933 in Israel, 3 weeks before Hitler came to power.

Phyllis Greenberger on the Society of Women's Health Research

Phyllis Greenberger talks about the Society of Women's Health Research and lack of women participants in clinical trials.

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Phyllis Greenberger talks about the Society of Women's Health Research and lack of women participants in clinical trials.

Naomi Weisstein

Naomi Weisstein’s career ran the gamut from feminist rock musician to groundbreaking psychologist to stand-up comedian.

Catherine Steiner-Adair

Catherine Steiner-Adair has worked with girls on eating disorders and self-esteem to transform their beliefs that their value comes only from their appearance, instead helping them develop pride in their whole selves.

Carol Gilligan

Arguing that men and women can have equal rights and still have fundamentally different perspectives, Carol Gilligan founded “difference feminism” and transformed the field of psychology.

Betty Friedan

For her acclaimed book, The Feminine Mystique, and her presidency of the National Organization for Women, Betty Friedan is hailed as the mother of second wave feminism.

Phyllis Chesler

In her controversial book, Women and Madness, Phyllis Chesler argued that the definitions of mental illness, created by men, are often used as a means of controlling and abusing women.

Mollie Wallick

As a counselor for students at Louisiana State University’s Medical School, Mollie Wallick became an advocate for gay and lesbian students both at the university and in the larger community.

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