Lawrence Kutner (psychologist)

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Lawrence Kutner is an American child psychologist best known as the author of the internationally syndicated "Parent & Child" column in the New York Times from 1987 to 1993. He is a former member of the psychiatry faculty at Massachusetts General Hospital, and the author of six popular books on child psychology and parent-child communication. He was the founder of the Center for Mental Health and Media at Massachusetts General Hospital. In 2009 he became the executive director of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.

Works[edit]

  • (2008) Grand Theft Childhood: The Surprising Truth About Violent Video Games and What Parents Can Do (co-authored by Cheryl Olson)
  • (1998) Making Sense of Your Teenager (Parent & Child)
  • (1997) Your School-Age Child: From Kindergarten Through Sixth Grade
  • (1995) Toddlers & Preschoolers (The Parent & Child Series)
  • (1994) Parent and Child: Getting Through to Each Other
  • (1993) Pregnancy and Your Baby's First Year (The Parent & Child)

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