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Anderson, Luleen S. Plain Talk About Dealing With the Angry Child, in INNOVATIONS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE; A SOURCE BOOK, Keller, Peter, and Ritt, Lawrence, Eds., 1985, Vol. 4, 481-483.
Anderson, Luleen S. When A Child Goes To School, Ch. 59 in Persky, Barry, and Golubchick, Leonard, EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. Avery Publishing Company, N.J., 1977.
Grossman, F., Beinashowitz, J., Anderson, L., Sakurai, M., Finnin, L., and Flaherty, M.
Risk and Resilience in Young Adolescents. J. of Youth and Adolescence, V. 21, No. 5, 1992.
Anderson, Luleen S., Griffin, Carol Lee, and DelVal, Patricia. Understanding Handicaps: Changing Students’ Attitudes Towards the Disabled. ERIC Clearing House on Elementary and Early Childhood Education, April, 1983.
Hunt, Barbara, Anderson, Luleen, and Griffin, Carol lee. Chapter 766 Screening: Educational Planning for Children at Risk. ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education, 1981.
Anderson, Luleen S., Limoncelli, Robert, and Gamsby, Karen. Managing the Difficult To Reach, High Risk Student in the Public Schools: The Development of a Crisis Room. Guidance Clinic, May, 1983.
Anderson, Luleen S. Understanding and Working With the Depressed, Suicidal Adolescent. Counseling and Human Development. 1982, Vol. 15, No. 1, 1-12.
Anderson, Luleen S., and Limoncelli, Robert. Reaching Out to High Risk, Difficult to Reach Students: Creative Educational Approaches. School Counselor, 1982, Vol. 29, No. 5, 381-387.
Anderson. Luleen S. and Griffin, Carol lee. The Neglected and Abused Child: New Roles and Responsibilities for the School. Elementary School Guidance and Counseling.
October, 1981, Vol. 16, 24-30.
Anderson, Luleen S. Notes on the Linkage Between Sexual Abuse and Adolescent Suicidal Behavior. J. of Adolescence, 1981, Vol. 4, 157-162.
Anderson, Luleen S. Current Adolescent Issues and Modern Family Life. Parent Counselor Association of New England Journal, Spring, 1982, Vol. 2, 88-94.
Anderson, Luleen S., and Brown, Bertram, Plain Talk About When Your Child Starts School. National Institute of Mental Health, Plain Talk Series, 1980.
Anderson, Luleen S., and Griffin, Carol Lee, The School’s Role in Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect. Guidance Clinic, December, 1979Griffin, Carol Lee, And Anderson, Luleen S. The Delivery of Mental Health Services Within the Public Schools. Guidance Clinic, March, 1979.
Anderson, Luleen S., Griffin, Carol Lee, and Hunt, Barbara. Screening Children for Kindergarten: Process and Promise. Elementary School Guidance and Counseling, Vol. 13, 1978.
Anderson, Luleen S., Hunt, Barbara, and Griffin, Carol lee. Kindergarten Screening: Identifying Children “At Risk.” Guidance Clinic, August, 1977.
Anderson, Luleen S. Teachers Have Feelings, Too. Scholastic Teacher, January, 1976.
Anderson, Luleen S. The Mental Health Center’s Role in School Consultation: Toward A New Model. Community Mental health Journal, Vol. 12, 1976.
Jacobs, M., Spilkin, A., Norman, M., and Anderson, Luleen S. Life Stress and Respiratory Illness. Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol. 32, 1970, 233-242.
Jacobs, M., Anderson, Luleen S., Eisman, H., Muller, J., and Friedman, S. Interaction of Psychologic and Biologic Predisposing Factors in Allergic Disorders. Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol. 29, 1967, 572-585
Anderson, Luleen S. I Am Tired, I Am Week. Boston Sunday Globe, December 20, 1981.
Anderson, Luleen S. When A Child Begins School. Boston Sunday Globe, August 23, 1981.
Anderson, Luleen S. Facing Life’s Changes With Help From Friends. Boston Globe, April 16, 1980
Anderson, Luleen S. Children of Despair. Boston Sunday Globe, September 16, 1979.
Anderson, Luleen S., Cooper, Saul, Hassol, Leonard, Klein, Donald, Rosenblum, Gershen, Bennett, Chester, (Chm.). Community Psychology: A Report of the Boston Conference on the Education of Psychologists for Community Mental Health, 1966 It was at this Conference that the term ‘community psychology’ was coined. Writing in the American Psychologist, Vol. 29, 1974, Ira Iscoe described this monograph as “somewhat of a collector’s item, representing a new posture for an important segment of American Psychology.”