Gerald KatzmanWayne State University School of Medicine, USA
Katzman served his pediatric residency at the University of Chicago and Children’s Hospital of Michigan. After spending two years in the Navy, he entered a fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at Temple University Hospital. He is board certified in Pediatrics and Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. He is also certified by the American College of Physician Executives as a Physician Executive. Over the years, he has published a number of papers in both Neonatology and Pediatrics, An initial interest in Human Relations Programs for Children in the 1980s evolved into an effort to understand the ways children are taught to hate and how such indoctrinations can be prevented. The papers that he has published on this subject include:
1) A Bioethical Analysis of a Form of Psychologic Abuse: Teaching Hatred to Children. Clinical Pediatrics.2005;44:143-150
2) Neurological and Psychological Mechanisms Explaining How Hatred is Programmed Into the Minds of Children. The Open Pediatric Medicine Journal. 2009;3:58-60
3) Spartan and Sambian Societies: Psychosocial Development Stifling Emotional Empathy and Supporting Violent Behaviors. The Open Pediatric Medical Journal. 2014;8:1-8
4) Genocide: Plotting a Course to Never Again. Neuropsychiatry(London)2016;6(4):190-192
8) Child Development Leading to the Pursuit of Virtues and the Avoidance of Vices. Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research.2020;32(10) 22-29
9) The Psychodynamics of Aggression and Genocide and their Prevention. In: Advances in Psychology Research. Edited by Alexandra M. Columbus. Vol. 147:85-111. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
10) Two “Aha Moments,” The Scientific Method and Repair of the World. Academia Letters, 2022, Article 5033
5) Convention on the Rights of the Child: academic exercise or prescription for a better life. Advances in Pediatric Research.5:10 doi 10.24106/apr.2018.5.10
6) Understanding the Paths to Malevolence and and Benevolence: A Case Study with Corroborating Evidence. Journal of Behavioral Neuroscience. 2018;2 7-10
7) The Global Child Development Corps. Advances in Pediatric Research. 6:30 doi:b10.35248/2385-4529. 19.6.30
Human Relations Programs for Children in the 1980s evolved into an effort to understand the ways children are taught to hate and how such indoctrinations can be prevented.