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Kenworthy, M.E. (1967). Edward Liss, M.D—1891-1967. Psychoanal Q., 36:589.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:589

Edward Liss, M.D—1891-1967

Marion E. Kenworthy

Child psychiatry and child analysis lost a devoted friend with the death of Edward Liss, one of the early pioneers in work with children. His whole life was dedicated to his love and concern for children and during his early experience as a pediatrician he became aware of the emotional components involved in the care of children in pediatric practice. In his search for more insight, he studied child psychiatry and psychoanalysis in Vienna and Berlin in 1928 and 1929. When he returned to this country, he worked with children with educational as well as emotional problems at several schools and institutions near New York. As early as 1936, he lectured on educational and emotional aspects of the learning process at the Progressive Education Association and later at the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, the Long Island College of Medicine, and the State University of New York. His many published articles covered a wide range of subject matter: education, mental hygiene, and child guidance. Many of these papers stimulated the thinking of the early workers in the field of child guidance and child psychiatry.

We shall always be appreciative of Edward Liss's enthusiasm and his eager involvement in discussion in the conferences and meetings of our professional associations.

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