York: McGraw-Hill, 1942.
6. WEBB, E. T., and MORGAN, JOHN J. B., Strategy in Handling
Chicago: Boulton Pierce, 1930.
7. WHITE, WENDELL, The Psychology of Dealing with People.
Revised. New York: Macmillan, 1941.
VI. INTERPRETATION OF MARRIAGE STUDIES (Not too
1. HAMILTON, G. V., and MACGOWAN, KENNETH, What Is
Wrong with Marriage. New York: Albert and Charles
Boni, Inc., 1929. (This is a popular treatment of HAMIL-
TON'S A Research in Marriage.)
2. HART, HORNELL, and HART, ELLA B., Personality and the
Family. New York: D. C. Heath, 1941.
VII. MALADJUSTMENT AND NEUROTICISM (Mental
1. CROW, LESTER D., and CROW, ALICE, Mental Hygiene in
School and Home Life. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1942.
2. FINK, DAVID H., Release from Nervous Tension. New York:
Simon and Schuster, 1943.
3. LOUTTIT, C. M., Clinical Psychology. New York: Harper and
4. SHAFFER, LAURANCE F., The Psychology of Adjustment. New
York: Houghton Mifflin, 1936.
5. SOLOMON, HARRY C., and YAKOVLEV, PAUL I. (editors), Man-
ual of Military Neuropsychiatry. Philadelphia: W. B. Saun-
VIII. PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE (Easy to read and popular).
1. BOWMAN, HENRY A., Marriage for Moderns. New York:
2. FOLSOM, JOSEPH K., Plan for Marriage. New York: Harper
and Brothers, 1938.
3. FOSTER, ROBERT G., Marriage and 'Family Relationships. New
Yorkr'Macmillan Company, 1944.
4. GROVES, ERNEST R., Marriage. New York: Henry Holt, 1941.
5. HIMES, NORMAN E., Your Marriage. New York: Farrar and
6. JORDAN, HELEN MOUGEY, You and Marriage. New York: John
Wiley and Sons, 1942.
7. JUNG, MOSES (editor), Modern Marriage. New York: F. S.
Crofts and Co., 1940.
8. NELSON, JANET FOWLER, Marriages Are Not Made in Heaven.
New York: Woman's Press, 1939.
9. POPENOE, PAUL, Marriage Before and Ajter. New York: Wil-
fred Funk, 1943.
10. POPENOE, PAUL, Modern Marriage. New York: The Macmil-
lan Co., 1940.
11. DUVALL, EVELYN M. and HILL, REUBEN, When You Marry.
Boston: D. C. Heath and Company, 1945.
IX. SEXUAL ADJUSTMENT (Inception, development, guidance).
1. BUTTERFIELD, OLIVER, Marriage and Sexual Harmony. New
York: Emerson Books, 1938.
2. DEUTSCH, HELENE, The Psychology of Women. New York:
Grune and Stratton, 1944.
3. DICKINSON, R. L., and BEAM, LURA, The Single Woman.
Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1934.
4. HAIRE, NORMAN (editor), Encyclopedia of Sexual Knowledge.
New York: Eugenics, 1940.
5. NOVAK, EMIL, The Woman AsJ(s the Doctor. Baltimore:
Williams and Wilkins, 1937.
6. STONE, ABRAHAM, and STONE, HANNAH M., A Marriage Man-
ual. Revised edition. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1939.
7. VAN DE VELDE, T. H., Ideal Marriage. New York: Random
8. WALKER, KENNETH, and STRAUSS, ERIC B., Sexual Disorders
in the Male. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1941.
9. WRIGHT, HELENA, Sex Factor in Marriage. Revised edition.
New York: Vanguard Press, 1937.
How to Pic\ a Mate
X. SEXUAL ANATOMY (Illustrated hand adas).
1. DICKINSON, R. L., Human Sex Anatomy. Baltimore: Williams
and Wilkins, 1933.
XI. SEXUAL RESEARCH (Technical studies).
1. LANDIS, CARNEY, and BOLLER, M. MARJORIE, Personality and
Sexuality of the Physically Handicapped Woman. New
York: Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1942.
2. LANDIS, CARNEY et als., Sex in Development. New York: Paul
B. Hoeber, Inc., 1940.
3. TERMAN, L. M., and MILES, C., Sex and Personality. New
York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1937.
XH. SYMPOSIUM ON WAR MARRIAGE AND ITS PROBLEMS
(Institute addresses on "Preparing for Marriage," "Counseling
Married Couples," and "Preserving the Family").
1. ADAMS, CLIFFORD R., and KERR, JAMES A. (editors), Proceed-
ings of the Annual Institute on Marriage and Home Ad-
justment. State College: The Pennsylvania State College,
Marriage Counseling Agencies
The American Association of Marriage Counselors (Chairman, Lester
W. Dearborn, 316 Huntington Avenue, Boston, and Secretary, Robert W.
Laidlaw, M.D., 563 Park. Avenue, New York) is a professional organiza-
tion of qualified ethical marriage counselors. By writing either the
chairman or the secretary, the name and address of a capable counselor
in your vicinity may be obtained.
Other marriage counselors (or agencies) in colleges or universities are
listed below, some of whom are affiliated with the American Association
of Marriage Counselors.
Alabama: University of Alabama, Dr. Pauline Park Wilson
California: University of California (Berkeley), Dr. Noel Keys
Indiana: Anderson College, Dr. Carl Kardatzke
Iowa: Iowa State College, Dr. Reuben Hill
Massachusetts: Mt. Holyoke, Dr. Manfred H. Kuhn
Michigan: Merrill-Palmer School (Detroit), Dr. Robert G. Foster
Missouri: Stephens College, Dr. Henry A. Bowman
North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Dr. Ernest R. Groves
and Mrs. Gladys H. Groves
Oregon: University of Oregon, Dr. Lawrence S. Bee
Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State College, Dr. Clifford R. Adams
Two nationally known reputable marriage counseling services are:
California (Los Angeles), American Institute of Marriage Relations,
Dr. Paul Popenoe, Director
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia), Marriage Counsel of Philadelphia, Mrs.
Emily H. Mudd, Director
Adams-Lepley Personnel Audit, 100-
Adjustment, to married life, 198
Age and marriage,
Evidence of emotional immaturity,
Alcohol and marriage, 159
Alibi artists, 150
Arousal stage, 191
Assertive mating, 28
Bachelors, percentage of, 15
Beauty, 89, 94-95
Bowman, Dr. Henry, 48
Children, as values, 22
Complaints of husbands and wives, 99
Disorderly mates, 152
Rate of, 26-27
Emotional maturity, 41-43
Emotions, test, 72-73
Revealing your past during, 187
Role of sex during, 186
Erogenous zones, 58
First night of marriage, 196-197
Frigidity, 55, 56, 67
Guilford-Martin Personnel Inventory,
Hasty marriages, 185
Home making and marriage, 165-166
Husbands, happy and unhappy, 98
Infatuation, characteristics of, 48
Inferiority complex, 90
In-law complications, 152-153
Jealous mates, 146
Jealousy, test, 154-155
Jobs and marriage happiness, 167-168
Prestige of, 167
Lang, Richard O., 167
Law-abiding husbands, 158
Life's problems, 22
Ability for, 51-52
At first sight, 49
Conditions necessary for, 50
Sex and, 55
Test of love, 53-54
Basic needs filled by, 95-97
Best age for, 25, 38, 43
Chances of, 23
Common goals in, 203
Companionship and, 21
Crucial traits for happiness in, 99
Differences and, 140-145
Effects of war on, 25-26
Expectancy of happiness in, test, 37
Mixed personalities, 140-141
Mixtures to beware in, 141-145
Prediction of happiness scale, 100
Prospects for, 16
Psychological barriers, 16-18
Reasons against, 15-18
Reasons for, 19-20
Stabilizing influence of, 21
Suggestions for marital happiness,
Test for couples, 137
Background of, 30
City Census table, 34
Education of, 29
Financial status of, 29
Geography favorable for, 31
Job of, 30
Making over, 147-148
Range of eligibility, 28-31
Shortage of, 25
State age Census table, 32-33
Mating, problems of selection, 41-44
Problems of selection, 91-94
Traits wanted, 87-89
Meeting people of the opposite sex,
Mismating, cause of, 26
Nervous mates, 148
Neurosis, test of, 163-164
Obstacles to sexual happiness, 194
Orgasm, percentage experiencing, 64,
Penn State Counseling Service, 147-
Personality test, 81, 82
Petting, 65, 67-69
Setting limits, 71
Physical handicaps, 17
Physical health, 64, 158
Need for physical examination, 162-
Popularity with opposite sex, 75-80
Suggestions for girls, 81
Powers, John, 89
Premarital sexual relations, 63
Arguments for and against, 65-67
Percentage of, 63
Reasons for increase, 64
Previous divorce, 16 1
Psycho-neurosis, 158-160, 180-181
Pyle, Ernie, 175
Relatives, clinging, 152
Responsibility in marriage, 159
Self-confidence, importance of, 90
Services, Counseling, 156
Abnormal outlets, 70-71
Desire and its origin, 55-56
Importance of, 189-190
Sex (Continued) Veterans,
Maladjustment, 56-57 Desire for marriage, 21
Peak of sexual vigor, 65 Precautions to consider, 180
Release from tensions, 69-70 Subconscious conflicts, 175
Repressions unlearned, 60-61 Traits gained by war experience, 174
Tensions, 68 War injuries, 178-179
Three phases of sexual experience, Vocational trouble makers, 168-173
191-192 Voyeurism, 70
Sexual adjustment, 190
Tension reduction, 200 Wedding, 195
Terman, Dr. L. M., 63, 98-100, 193 Wives, happy and unhappy, 98