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C. Henry Kempe - bibliography

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American physician.

Bibliography

  • C. Henry Kempe and Ray E. Helfer, editors:
    The Battered Child. 1st edition, 1968.
    2nd edition, Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1974.
    3rd edition, 1980. 5th edition by M. E. Helfer, R. Kempe, and R. Krugman, 1997.
  • C. H. Kempe, Frederic N. Silverman, Brandt F. Steele, William Droegemuller,
    Henry K. Silver:
    The Battered Child Syndrome.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1962, 181: 17-24.
    Tardieu's syndrome. Also called Caffey-Kempe syndrome.
  • Henry Kempe and Ray E. Helfer, editors:
    Helping the Battered Child and His Family. 1972.
  • R. E. Helfer & C. H. Kempe, editors:
    Child abuse and neglect: The family and the community.
    Cambridge, Massachusetts, A. Ballinger, 1976. Every county child protection agency in the United States was provided a free copy of this publication.
  • H. P. Martin and C. H. Kempe, editors:
    The Abused Child. Cambridge: Ballinger, 1976.
    4th edition, by Ray E. Helfer and Ruth S. Kempe, 1987.
  • J. D. Gray, C. A. Cutler, J. G. Dean, & C. H. Kempe:
    Prediction and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.
    Child Abuse and Neglect, 1977, 1, 45-48.
  • Jane D. Gray, C. A. Cutler, J. G. Dean, and C. H. Kempe:
    Prediction and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.
    Journal of Social Issues 1979, 35: 127-139.
  • J. Gray, C. Cutter, J. Dean, and C. Kempe:
    Prediction and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.
    Child Abuse and Neglect, 1980 1: 45-58
  • R. Kempe et C. H. Kempe
    L'enfance torturée.
    Pierre Mardaga Editeur, Bruxelles, 1981
  • Patricia Beezley Mrazek and C. Henry Kempe, editors:
    Sexually Abused Children and Their Families. 1981.
  • C. H. Kempe, H. K. Silver, D. O'Brien, editors:
    Current Pediatric Diagnosis and Treatment.
    7th edition, Lange Medical Publishers, Los Altos, California, 1982.
    8th edition, 1984.
    9th edition by C. H. Kempe, H. K. Silver, D. O'Brien, and V. A. Fulginiti, 1987.
  • R. S. Kempe, C. H. Kempe:
    The Common Secret: Sexual Abuse of Children and Adolescents. 1984.

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