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Year 1964-74

BOOKS & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

  1. Holmes, M., Holmes, D. & Field, J. (1974). The Therapeutic Classroom. New York: Jason Aronson.

  2. Holmes, M., Holmes, D. & Appignanesi, L. (1971). The Language of Trust: A Dialog of the Generations. New York: Science House.

  3. Holmes, D. (1965). A contribution to a psychoanalytic theory of work. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, XX.


 

ARTICLES:

  1. Holmes, D. (1972). Nutrition and health screening services for the elderly. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 60, 301-305.
  2. Holmes, D. (1972). Nutrition services for the elderly -- a demonstration project. Welfare in Review, 10(2).
  3. Holmes, D. (1969). Bridging the gap between research and practice. Social Work Forum. Columbia University Press.
  4. Holmes, D. & Rozan, G.H. (1968). Evaluating the impact of a psychiatric course for non-psychiatric physicians. Mental Hygiene, 52(4).

 

PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS:

  1. Holmes, D. & Holmes, M. (1974, November). The impact of senior clubs and centers in New York State on the elderly. Paper Presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Portland, Oregon.
  2. Holmes, D. (1973, November). Problems and possibilities of cost-effective analysis. Paper Presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Miami, Florida.
  3. Holmes, D. (1973, November). Day care for the aged -- Evaluation problems during startup. Paper Presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Miami, Florida.
  4. Holmes, D. (1973, November). Research utilization: Will the real hypothesis stand up? Paper Presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Miami, FL.
  5. Holmes, D. (1971). New York State study of impact of clubs and centers on the elderly. Presented at the Conference Co-Sponsored by the New York State Office on Aging and the New York State Conference for the Aging, Inc.
  6. Holmes, D. (1970). Socialization through nutrition programs for the elderly: A position paper. Presented at the Meeting of Task Force of Nutritionists, Aging Specialists, and Food Industrialists, Washington, D.C.
  7. Holmes, D. (1970). Selected characteristics of hippies in New York City: An overview. Presented at the Conference on Drug Usage and Drug Subcultures. Asilomar, California.
  8. Holmes, D. & Solomon, T. (1970). Drug use and alienation: A report of preliminary study findings. Presented at the American Orthopsychiatric Association, San Francisco.
  9. Holmes, D. & Brodsky, I. (1969). Attitudes toward mental illness. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Social Psychiatry, London.
  10. Holmes, D. (1965). Integrating the handicapped child: Some implications of a research and demonstration program for group worker practice. Paper Presented at the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service, Washington, D.C.
  11. Holmes, D. (1965). The use of a structured observational schema in evaluating the impact of integrated social experiences upon orthopedically handicapped children. Presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, Illinois.
  12. Holmes, D. (1965). A comparison between the attitudes toward child rearing among mothers of orthopedically handicapped and non-handicapped, pre-adolescent children. Presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, Illinois.
  13. Holmes, D. (1965). Evaluating individual change accompanying change in social groups. Presented at the National Association of Jewish Center Workers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  14. Holmes, D. (1964). A consideration of deviance in conducting for clinical populations in a community center setting. Presented at the National Conference of Social Welfare, Los Angeles, California.