Selected Bibliography

Bridger, H., Main T.F., Bion, W.R. (1946). The Northfield experiment. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 1. (10). 71-76.

Bridger, H. (1950). Criteria for the termination of analysis. Int. J. Psychoanal. XXXI. 3. 1-2.

Bridger, H., Miller, E.J. & O’Dwyer, J.J. (1963). The doctor and sister in Industry: A study of change Macmillan (Journals) Ltd., London.

Higgen, G. & Bridger, H. (1964). The Psychodynamics of an Intergroup experience. Human Relations, 17:391-446 (and reprinted in Vol 1 pp. 199-220).

Bridger, H. (1976). The Changing Role of Pets in Society. J. Small. Anim.Pract. 17-18.

Bridger, H. (1978). The Increasing Relevance of Group Processes and Changing Values for Understanding and Coping with Stress at Work. In Stress at Work. Eds. C.L. Cooper & R. Payne, Chapter 10. 241-256.

Bridger, H (1980). The kinds of organizational development required for working at the level of the whole organization considered as an open system. In K. Trebesch (ed.) Organisational development in Europe, Vol. 1A: Concepts. Berne. Paul Haupt Verlag.

Bridger, H. (1980). The relevant training and development of people for OD roles: In K. Trebesch (ed.) Organisational development in Europe, Vol. 1A: Concepts. Berne. Paul Haupt Verlag.

Bridger, H. (1980). ‘The implications of ecological change on groups, institutions and communities, with particular reference to membership, leadership and consultative roles’. Proceedings of VII International Congress of Group Psychotherapy, Copenhagen, (In M.Pines & L. Rafealson (eds). The Individual and the Group. N.Y. Plenum 1982).

Bridger, H. (1981). Consultative Work with Communities and Organisations. The Malcolm Millar Lecture. Abderdeen: University Press.

Bridger, H. (1985). Northfield Revisited. In Bion and Group Psychotherapy ed. M. Pines. Chapter 3. Routledge & Kegan Paul. London. 87-107.

Bridger, H. (1987). “Courses & Working Conferences on Transitional Learning Institutions”. In Training, Theory & Practice. Eds. (W.B. Peddy & C.C. Henderson NTL & University Associates (& reprinted in) Vol. 1 p. 221-245. Also in Tirst & Murray (1990)

Bridger, H. (1986). Courses and Working Conferences as Transitional learning Institutions. IN I W. Brendan Reddy & C.C. Henderson (eds.) Training, Therapy & Practice. Washington D.C.: NTL Institute/University Associates.

Bridger, H. (1987). To explore the Unconscious Dynamics of Transition as it affects the Interdependence of Individual, Group & Organisational Aims in Paradigm Change. Unpublished paper presented at the ISPSO Symposium on Intergrating Unconscious Life in Organisations: Psychoanalytic issues in Organisational, Research & Consultation. Montreal, October.

Bridger, H. The Discovery of the Therapeutic Community. The Nathfield Experiment. In the Social Engagement of Soc. Science. Vol. 1 ed. E. Trist & H. Murray (1990). Free Association, London.

Bridger, H., Gray, S. & Trist, E. (1998). The early years of the Tavistock Institute. Proceedings of the Academy of Management, History of Management Division. New York, August 1982.

Coles, R.B. & Bridger, H. The consultant and his roles. Br. J. Med. Psychol. (1969), vol.42, p.231.

Bridger, H. (1965). An inter-group project. In: Whitaker, G. and Pugh, D. eds. T-group training: group dynamics in management education. (Association of Teachers of Management, Occasional Paper No. 2.) Oxford, Blackwell, pp.56-60.

Bridger, H. (1968). The increasing relevance of the entering and leaving processes in groups for therapy and training. In: Proceedings of the International Congress of Group Psychotherapy, Vienna 1968. Wien, Verlag der Wiener Medizinischen Akademia, 1968.

Low, K.B. & Bridger, H. (1979). Small group work in relation to management development. In: Smith, B.B. & Farrell, B.A. eds. Training in small groups. Oxford, Pergamon Press. Pp.83-102.

Bridger, H. (1980). Cross-cultural aspects of organization as experienced in expatriate family moves. In: Johnstad, T. ed. Group dynamics and society: a multinational approach. Cambridge, Mass., Oelgeschlager, Gunn & Hain. Pp.289-305