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Steven Nisenbaum, Ph.D., J.D.


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  1. Ahmed M, Bursztajn HJ, Abramson R, Nisenbaum S. An alternative name for schizophrenia. Lancet Psychiatry. 2014 Sep; 1(4):e5. PMID: 26360867.
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  2. Steven Nisenbaum, Marcia Boumil, and Joel Friedman. "Managing Divorce: Positive Post-Separation Parenting for Effectiveness and Well-Being (MDP3)". 1999.
  3. "Civil and Criminal Commitment of Homeless Mentally Ill Adults" in Ellen L. Bassuk (Ed.), Community Care for Homeless Clients with Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, or Dual Diagnosis. Massachusetts: Better Homes Foundation. 1994; A1-10.
  4. "Ways of Being Alone in the World". American Behavioral Scientist, Special Issue on Qualitative Research on Emotions. 1984; 27(6):785-800.
  5. Baker RW, Nisenbaum S. Lessons from an attempt to facilitate freshman transition into college. J Am Coll Health Assoc. 1979 Oct; 28(2):79-81. PMID: 528771.
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  6. R.W. Baker. "Facilitating Freshman Transition Into College". Journal of the American College Health Association. 1979; 28(2):79-83.
  7. "Race Quotas". Harvard Civil Rights - Civil Liberties Law Review. 1973; 8(1):128-180.
  8. "Legal Rights of the Mentally Retarded" and "History of the Mentally Retarded". Beginner's Guide to Housemanaging Community Residences (Unpublished Manuscript). 1973.
  9. Aksentsev SL, Nisenbaum SD, Konev SV. [Dependence of prolonged after-luminescence of proteins on the secondary structure of their molecules]. Biofizika. 1968 May-Jun; 13(3):428-32. PMID: 4916590.
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