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U.S. National Institutes of Health. Di- 
vision of Research Grants. 
Cumulative bibliography. Bethesda, Md., 
National Institutes of Health, 1967- 


For administrative use only 
June 1967 



Research Documentation Section 

Statistics and Analysis Branch 

Division of Research Grants 

National Institutes of Health 

Bethesda, Md. 


This bibliography, listed numerically by grant number, is 
the NIMH portion of a six-year cumulative bibliography of PHS 
grantee publications. It was compiled from data cards which 
were used to prepare the bibliographic lists contained in the 
six annual issues of the Research Grants Index (1961-1966)-. 
Two changes in the format of the RGI during 1961-1966 account 
for the margin variations in this publication. 

The bibliographic list includes names of principal 
investigators of all NIMH research grants which appeared in the 
f.y. 1961-1965 RGI editions, even though some of the grants 
had no publications; but the names of investigators who were 
awarded new grants in f.y. 1966 but had no publications are not 
included. In instances where the principal investigator changed 
during the project period, only the name of the most recent 
investigator is shown. 

An alphabetical listing of the NIMH grantees is appended 
to the bibliography, and a list of grantees for all Institutes/ 
Divisions for the same period is attached. 

Extra copies of this bibliography, as well as the separate 
listings for other PHS Institutes/Divisions, are available in 
limited number from the Research Documentation Section, SAB/DRG. 


Abbreviations for Institutes/Divisions and Study Sectlons/Coonitteea 
In use during the period f.y. 1961-1966. 

Institute/Division Abbreviation 

Rational Inst itut es of Health . 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases ............. E, AI, AIP — ' 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases A, AM, AMP 

Cancer C, CA, CAP, CY, CYP 

Child Health and H'Jsnan Development HD 

Dental ........ D, DE, DEP 

General Medical Sciences . . 6, GM, GMP 

" " ■« . - Translation (1961 only) . . . . T 

Heart H, HE, HEP 

Mental Health M, 3M, MH, MHP, MY, MYP 

Neurological Diseases and Blindness B, NB, NBP 

Office of International Research RF, TW 

Research Facilities and Resources FR 

Clinical Research Centers (1962 only) OG 

General Research Support (1962 only) GS 

Community Health, Bureau of State Services — ' 

Accident Prevention AC 

Chronic Diseases . CD 

Communicable Disease Center CC 

Community Health Services CH 

Dental Health . DF 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HM 

Hospital Research Facilities (NIH support, 1961-1962). W 

Nursing NU 

Nursing (NIH support, 1961-1962) GN 


Environmental Health, Bureau of State Services — 

Air Pollution . . . AP 

Air Pollution (NIH support, 1961) S 

Environmental Engineering and Food Protection EF 

Environmental Health Sciences ES 

Occupational Health OH 

Office of Solid Wastes SW 

Radiological Health RH 

3/ Water Supply and Pollution Control WP 

Water Pollution (NIH support, 1961) K 

1/ The letter "P" after an Institute/Division abbreviation indicates a 
program Rrant (except AP and UP) . 

2/ Prior to the recent reorganization of the Public Health Service. 

3/ On Dec. 31, 1965 the Division of Water Supply & Pollution Control was 

made a separate Administration of DHEW, and on May 10, 1966, by virtue of 
the 1966 reorganization Plan No. 2, the Watfr Pollution Control Administra- 
tion was transferred to the Dept. of the Interior. F.y. 1966 awards 
administered -no'er tMs activity are included in this publication even 
though these programs were not under the PH3 for the entire fiscal year. 


Study Sect ton/Committee Abbreviation 

Accident Prevention Research ; c ..... . Ace Prev, APR 

Allergy and Immunology ... A&I, AI 

Allergy and Immunology Program-Project Committee .... AIP 

Allergy and Immunology Training Committee AITC 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases Training Committee . . . AID 

Applied Physiology AFY 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Program-Project 

Committee . . . AMP 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Research Career 

Award Program-Project Committee AMK 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Training Committee . . AMTC, ARTH 

Bacteriology and Mycology B&M, BM 

Behavioral Sciences . BS 

Behavioral Sciences Fellowship Panel . . " BEH 

Biochemistry . BIO 

Biological Training Committee BTC 

Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry BBC 

Cancer Chemotherapy . . . CY 

Cancer Program-Project Committee CAP 

Cancer Training Committee ..... CTC 

Cardiovascular ......' Cardio, CV 

Cell Biology CB 

Chemotherapy . CY 

Child Health and Human Development Program-Project 

Committee HDP 

Clinical Research Centers CLR, CRC 

Clinical Research Center Program-Project Committee, 

General ." GMC 

Communicative Disorder Research- Training Committee . . . CDR 

Communicative Sciences , CMS 

Computers in Research COM 

Construction Review Committee .... CRC 

Dental DEN 

Dental Program- Project Committee . DEP 

Dentail Training Committee DTC, DTL 

Dermatology Review Committee DER 

Endocrinology Endo, END 

Environmental Sciences and Engineering ESE 

Environmental Sciences Review Committee ERT 

Epidemiology and Disease Control ... DC 

Experimental Psychology EXP Psy, EP 

General Medical Research Program-Project Committee . . . GMP 

General Medicine GM 

General Research Support . . GRS 

Genetics GEN 

Health Science Engineering and Biotechnology, Advisory 

Committee on SPR 

Health Services Research HSR 

Heart Program-Project Committee .«,... HEP 

Heart Training Committee HTC 

Hematology Hema, HEM 


Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

History of Life Sciences (formerly History of Medicine) . HistMed, HM 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HMF 

Human Ecology HUM Ec, HUE 

Human Embryology and Development HED 

International Centers, Committee on CIC 

International Fellowships Review Committee IFRC 

International Fellowships Review Panel IFRP 

Medical Libraries Facilities & Resources, Committee on . LFR 

Medicinal Chemistry MC 

Mental Health MH 

Mental Health Project Grants Review Committee MHPG, MHP, MPG, -MPGA 

Mental Health Research Career Award Training Committee . MHK 

Mental Health Selection Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Small Grants MSM 

Mental Health Special Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Training Committee MTC 

Metabolism MET 

Microbiology Training Committee MIC 

Neurological Sciences Research Training Committee .... NSR 

Neurology Neuro, NEU 

Neurology and Blindness Program-Project Committee .... NBP 

Neurology Field Investigations NFI 

Nursing Research NR 

Nutrition Nutr, NTN 

Pathology PATH 

Perinatal Review Committee . . PNL 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics PET 

Pharmacology and Toxicology Review Committee PTR 

Physiological Chemistry Phys Ch, PC 

Physiology Physio, PHY 

Primate Cells, Advisory Committee on PME 

Primate Research . . Prim Res, PR 

Primate Research Centers, Advisory Committee on PME 

Psychopharmacology PMY 

Radiation RAD 

Research Career Award Training Committee ... RCA 

Scientific Publications ..... CSP 

Sensory Diseases SD 

Special Program-Project Committee SPP 

Special Resource Centers SPR 

Surgery ; . SURG 

Toxicology TOX 

Translation Review Committee TRC 

Tropical Medicine and Parasitology TMP 

Virology and Rickettsiology V&R, VR 

Visual Sciences VIS 


Ad Hoc Review AHR 

No Study Section NSS 

Special Review (Institute Review) SRC 

Special Study Section SSS 











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MHPG Sewall, L.G., Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 
MH Malamud, D.I., State Univ. New York, Albany, N.Y. 

MPG DINGMAN, PAUL R., Des Moines Child Guidance 
Cr., Des Moines, Iowa Day hospital 
service in a child guidance setting 
MHPG Laufer, M.W. , Emma Pendleton Bradley Hosp., Riverside, 
KLEIN, GEORGE S., Menninger Fdn., Tooeka, 
Kansas The relation of consistencies in 

coqnitive behavior to personality oraanization 
Brit J Psychol 53:41, 62. Tolerance for 
unrealistic experiences. 
KAPLAN, SAMUEL, James Jackson Putnam 
Children's Cr., Boston, Mass. Severe 

emotional disturbances in pre-school children 
Am J Orthopsychiat 33, (No 5):855, Oct 63. 
Follow-up of children with atypical develop- 
ment (infantile psychosis). 
New Eng J Med 269:790, Oct 63 . Psychosis 
of infancy and early childhood, as manifested 
by children with atypical development. 
MHPG Wolins.Jvl. , Child Welfare League of Am , N.Y C . 

MPG TOBIN, vraTTMohtana State Hosp., Warm Springs, 
State hosoital field work and liaison program 
MHPG Black, B.J. .Altro Hlth. and Rehab. Service, N.Y.C. 
MPG MARTIN, E.A., S.C. State Hosp., Columbia 
Developing multidlsciplinary treatment and 

Kanter, S.S., Boston Evening Clin, and 
Hosp.. Boston. Mass. 
Psychiat Quart Sup 35:312, 61. Duration of 
out-oatient osvchotheraDv. 
NICHTERN, S., League Sch., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Pilot dav nurserv school for schizophrenic children 
MHPG Greenblatt, M., Massachusetts MH Cr., Boston, Mass. 
MPG BLAU, DAVID, Boston State Hosp., Boston, 
Mass. Psychiatric hospitalization 
for geriatric patients 
MHPG Goolishian, H.A., Univ. Texas, Galveston, Tex. 
MHPG Metcalf, G.W. , Deot. Public Health, Washington 









WILNER, DANIEL M., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 
California, Los Angeles, Cal. Assessment of 
group treatment in correction agencies 
Pacific Soc Rev 5:83, Fall 62. Job related 
differences in staff attitudes toward treatment 
in a women's prison. 
ALTLAND, J.K., Michigan Dept. Hlth., Lansing, 
Mich. Public health nurse in follow-up 
Program Implications of One Project for Psychiat - 
ric Patient Aftercare , Michigan Dept Health 
Mental Health, Jun 63 . 
GREENBLATT, M., Sch. Med., Boston Univ., 
Boston, Mass. Home and ward treatment 
of acute psychosis 
MHPG Hinko, E.N., Cleveland Psy. Inst, and Hosp., Clevela 
MPG SCHIEFELBUSCH, R.L., U. Kansas, Lawrence 
A language program for mentally retarded 
KING, JOHN A., Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Lab., 
Bar Harbor, Maine Social and hereditary 

factors in nervous instability 
Anim Behav 9:3, Jul-Oct 61. Swimming and 
electric shock in deermice. 
ZARZAR, N.P., John Umstead Hosp., Butner, N.C. 
Familv-centered treatment In schizoohrenia 
SANDERS, RICHARD, Philadelphia State Hosp., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Social rehabilitation 
of the chronic mental oatient 
SHNEIDMAN, EDWIN S., Univ. Southern 
California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
A comprehensive suicide prevention program 
Am J Psychother 16:591, Oct 62. Telephone 

aooraisal of 100 suicidal pmpraenri*** 
Contemporary Psychol 8:177, May 63. Sweet 

Contemp Psychol 8:178, 63. A look into the 

JAMA 184:924, Jun 63. Investigations of 

eouivocal suicides. 
J Consult Psychol 28:95, 64. Suicide, sleep and" 
death: Some possibleinterrelations among cessa- 
tion, interruptipn and continuation phenomena. 
J Michigan Med Soc 62:68, Jan 63. Emergency 

resoonse to ootential suicide. 
Med Bull Veterans Admin, Feb 63. Suicide 
among general medical and surgical hospital 
patients with malignant neoplasms. 
Mind 1:69, 63. The suicidal patient and the 




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Mind, May 64 . Psychol ogical autopsy. 
New Physician 13:6, 64. Suicide among general 
medical and surgical hospital patients with 
malignant neoplasms. 
Nurs Forum 3:93, 64. The nurses' role in the pre- 
vention pf suicide. 
Psychoanal Quart 33:283, 64. The self and others. 
SocialWork Papers", Univ Southern Calif Press, 
Los Angeles, 10:32, 63. Suicide: The ultimate 


Social Work PracticsTTColumbiaUniv Press, 
New York, 63. The social worker in a suicide 
prevention agency. 
Special Treatment Situations . Forest Hosp Fdn, 
Des Plaines, p. 1, 62. Suicide: Some clas- 
sificatory considerations. 
The Study of Lives, Atherton Press, New York, 
p. 200, 63. Orientations toward death: A 
vital aspect of the study of lives. 
Suicide Prevention Center , Univ So California 

Dress. 63. 
Taboo Topics, Atherton Press, New York, 63. 
Suicide: Trauma and taboo. 
Acta Psychol 23:107, 63. Death, suicide and sleep: Toward 
a theoretical investigation of cessation and interruption 
Am J Nurs 65:111, 65. Preventing suicide. 
Am J Psychother 18:304, 64. Failure and masochism. 
Am J Pub Health 55:21, 65. The Los Angeles Suicide Pre- 
vention Center: A demonstration of Public Health feasi- 
Arch Gen Psychiat 11:312, 64. Tranquilizers and suicide in 

the schizophrenic patient. 
Arch Gen Psychiat p. 282, 64. Immobilization response to 

suicidal behavior. 
Arch Gen Psychiat 14:60, 66. Comparative psychiatric study 

of accidental and suicidal death. 
Compr Psychiat 6:119, 65. Psychiatric hospitals and 

suicide prevention centers. 
Contemp Psychol 9:370, 64. Book review: "Suicide: A 
sociological and statistical study" by L Dublin. Pioneer 
in sucidology. 
Contemp Psychol 9:414, 64. Book review: "Suicide and 

Scandinavia" by H Hendin. A puzzle remains perplexinq. 
Folia Psychiat Neurol Jap 19:317, 65. Some reflections on 

death and suicide. 
Int J Psychiat 2:167, 66. Orientations toward death: A 

vital aspect of the study of lives. 
JAMA 188:1103, 64. Suicidal adolescents and children. 
JAMA 193:21, 65. Suicide prevention telephone service. 
Med Hyg 22:637, 64. First aid in suicidal crises. 
Psychiatry 28:79, 65. No name— a study of anonymous 

suicidal telephone calls. 
Current Psychiatric Therapies , Grune & Stratton, New York, 

6:268, 66. The prevention of suicide. 
Handbook of Clinical Psychology, McGraw-Hill, New York, 
p. 198, 65. Projective techniques. 
MHPG Stuen, M.R., Washington State Med. Assn., Seattle, Wash, 
MHPG Beard, J. H., Fountain House Fdn. , N.Y.C. 

NEU CONEL, J.L., Children's Hosp. Med. Cr., Boston 
Postnatal development of the human cerebral 
The Postnatal Development of the Human 
Cerebral Cortex , Harvard Univ Press, Cam- 
bridge, Mass, 7, Mar 63. State of develop- 
ment of the cortex in the child at the age of 
four years. 
MPG McGEE, E., Colorado State Dept. Pub. Hlth., 

A oroaram of controlled after-care services 
MPG FRIEDMAN, ALFRED S., Philadelphia Psychiatric 
Cr., Philadelphia, Pa. Family treat- 
ment of schizophrenia in the home 
J Am Vet Med Assn 145, (No 2H5U, Jul 64. 
Mental health problems involving the family, 
the pet, and the veterinarian. 
SK&F Psychiat Reporter, Mar-Apr 64. Family 
therapy in the home. 
Psychotherapy for the Whole Family, Springer Pub Co, 

New York, 65" 
MPG WITTSON, C, Sch. Med., U. Nebraska, Omaha 
Pilot screening treatment unit for mentally 
Am J Ment Defic 69, (No 5):653, Mar 65. 
Psychiatric aspects of mongolism. 
MPG BORSTELMANN, LJ., Child Guidance Clin., 
Durham, N.C. Mental health education for 
mothers of school children 
MPG REIFF, ROBERT, National Inst, of Labor 
Education, New York, N.Y. A mental 
health program for labor 




MPG STRINGER, LORENE A., St. Louis County 
Heal* Dept., Clayton, Mo. Early 
detection of mental illness in school 
Social Work 9, (No 2):93, Apr 64. Parent- 
child relations in the early school years. 
MH Sadovnikoff , V. . Mental Hygiene Services. Providence, 

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PC CHAFETZ, MORRIS E., Harvard Med. Sch., 

Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., Boston, Mass. 
Alcohoiism treatment and initial therapeutic 

Acad Med New Jersey Bull 9:125, 63. A con- 
temporary view of the problem of alcoholism. 

J Clin Psycho! 20:237, 64. Social class and 
establishment of treatment relations with alco- 

J Nerv Merit Dis 134:395, 62. Establishing 
treatment relations with alcoholics. 

J Nerv Ment Dis 138, (No 4):390, Apr 64. 
Establishing treatment relations with alcohol- 
ics: A supplementary report. 

MGH News 222:1, 63. Acute psychiatric serv- 
ices in the emergency ward. 

New Ens J Med 265:68, 61. Alcoholism 
problems and programs in Czechoslovakia, 
Poland and the Soviet Union. 

New Eng J Med 266:1362, 62. Alcoholism 
problems and programs in Hungary, Yugoslavia, 
Roumania and Bulgaria. 

New York J Med 62:1614, 62. Alcoholism: 
Its cause and prevention. 

Nurs Outlook 12:34, 64. Public health nurses 
speak up about alcoholism. 

Proc Am Orthopsychiat Soc Mtg, Chicago, Mar 
64. Alcohol use: Problem for science and 

Proc Ann Am Psychiat Assn Mtg, St Louis, May 
63. Newer approaches to the treatment of the 

Proc Ann Am Psychiat Assn Mtg, Los Angeles, 
May 64. The effect of an emergency psychiat- 
ric service on motivation for treatment. 

Proc 10th Ann Conf Ment Health Rep State Med 
Assn, Chicago, Feb 64. Psychiatric emer- 

Proc Joint Mtg Jap Soc Psychiat Neurol and Am 
Psychiat Assn, Tokyo, May 63. The role of 
the emergency services in a general hospital in 
community psychiatry. 

Proc Joint Mtg Mexican Soc Neurol Psychiat and 
Am Psychiat Assn, Los Angeles, May 64. 
Research in alcoholism. 

Proc Massachusetts Conf Social Work, Boston, 
Nov 63. Demonstration of research process. 

Proc Mayor McKeldin's Brainstorming Conf Alco- 
holism, Pikesville, Md, Dec 63. Skid row 
and the drunkenness offender. 

Proc Nat Assn Social Work Mtg, Boston, Mass, 
Jan 63. Research in practice. 

Proc Nat Conf Social Work, Cleveland, Ohio, 
May 63. Round the clock psychiatric service 
in an emergency ward of a general hospital. 

Proc New Hampshire Conf Social Work, North 
Conway, NH, Sep 63. Case work with charac- 
ter disorders. 

Proc Regional Sympos Rational Ther and Control 
Tuberculosis, Boston, Jan 63. The treatment 
of alcoholism. 

Psychol Rep 12:862, 63. Alcohol-crisis treat- 
ment approach and establishment of treatment 
relations with alcoholics. 

Psychol Rep 13:133, 63. Third-party selec- 
tion of subjects and biased samples. 

Quart J Stud Alcohol 22:325, 61. A procedure 
for establishing therapeutic contact with the 

Quart J Stud Alcohol 24:503, 63. Behavioral 
dependence and length of stay in psychotherapy 
among alcoholics. 

Quart J Stud Alcohol 24:640, 63. Social fac- 
tors in the diagnosis of alcoholism. I. Charac- 
teristics of the patient. 

Social Work Practice p. 44, 63. Round-the- 
clock emergency psychiatric services. 

Alcohol Education for Classroom and Community : 
A Source Book for Educators , McGraw-Hill, 
New York, 64. Alcoholism: Causes and 

Alcoholism and Society . Oxford Univ Press, 
New York, ~62~. 
Brooklyn Col., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Influence of ward design on patient 
MPG BRYANT, N.D., Albany Med. C, N.Y. Inter- 
disciplinary investigation of learning disorders 
MHP MAGER, T.R., State Hosp., Orofino, Idaho 
Familv care demonstration oroiect 
MHPG O'Connor, S., Washington State Dent. Hlth., Seattle, Wash. 
MPG KANTOR, D., Mass. MH Res. Corp., Boston 
Student volunteers in a state mental hospital 
Penn Psychiat Quart, p. 43, Winter, 61 

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MPG BOATMAN, M J., Porter Neuropsy. Inst., San 
Francisco, Cal. Nursing in hospital psychi- 
atric therapy for children 
Am J Orthopsychiat 32:808, Oct 62. Nursing 
in hospital psychiatric therapy for psychotic 
MPG McLAIN, P., Idaho Dept. Hlth., Boise 

Mental health statistical reoortinq demonstration 
MPG GOLDMAN, E., Coun. Jewish Women, Chicago, 
III. Mentai health project, social adjustment 
MPG RILEY, HARRIS D., Jr., Children's Mem. 
Hosp., Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Collaborative management of mental 
Clin Pediat 3, (No 3):150, Mar 64. Pediatric 
evaluation of speech and hearing disorders. 
Develop Med Child Neurol 5:24, 63 . Hemi- 
plegia: A clinical and electroencephalographic 
study in childhood. 
Proc 2nd Ann Conf Ment Retard, Clover Bottom 
Hospital, Tennessee, Oct 63. Etiology of 
mental retardation. Role of perceptual 
disorders and experience at child study center, 
University of Oklahoma . 
Proc Soc Pediat Res, May 63. The significance 
of the traction response in the neonatal period . 
Proc Southern Soc Pediat Pes, 63. Congenital 

intracranial vascular malformation in childhood . 
Proc Southern Soc Pediat Res, 63. Perceptual 
disorders and school failure. 
MHPG Breslin, M.A., Prisoners Aid Soc. Delaware, Wilmington, 

MHPG Heyman, M.M. .Albert Einstein Med. Cr. , Philadelphia, Pa. 
MHPG Turner, E., Instructive Visiting Nurse Assn., Baltimore, Md. 
MHPG Devereaux, C.P. , California Dept. Mental Hygiene, 
Sacramento, Cal. 

California Mental Health Res Monogr (No 2), 62. 
Potential social habilitation of elderlv patients. 
MPG MAGIERA, E.A., Miss. State Bd. Hlth., Jackson 
Continued care program for discharged mental 
Nursing Outlook, v. 9, Sept 61 
MPG B0WEN, ELEANOR P., Simmons Col., Boston, Mas 
Practical nurse preparation for care of 

mentally ill 

We I eacfi'aW Learn i ogetnerT Massacnusetts 
Uept Ment Health, Boston, 64. 
MPG BAILEY, M.B., Nat. Coun. Alcoholism, N.Y.C. 
Wives orientation toward their husband's 
MPG SHAPIRO, DAVID S., Bradley Center, Inc., 
Columbus, Ga. Mental health training 
for physicians and ministers 
MPG HUESSY, H.R., Vermont State Hlth. Dept., 

Increased use of family physician in follow up care 
MPG DE FRIES, ZIRA, Westchester Children's Assn., 
White Plains, N.Y. Treatment of 
disturbed children in foster care 
Am J Orthopsychiat 34, (No 4) , Jul 64. Treat- 
ment of disturbed children in foster care. 
Bull NY Dis Branches, Am Psychiat Assn 6, (No 
3) , Oct 64. A re-evaluation of foster home 
care problems. 
Child Welfare 22, May 61. Analysis of the 

foster care case load. 
Child Welfare 44,TNo ^73, 65. FosWTamTly 
care for distrubed children— A non-sentimen- 
tal view. 
Proc Am Orthopsychiat Assn Ann Mtg, 64. 

Treatment of disturbed children in foster care. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Psychother, London, Aug 64. 
Limitations of a therapeutic program for dis- 
turbed children in foster care. 
MPG LEWIS, HYLAN, Health and Welfare Council 
of National Capital Area, Washington, 
D.C. Improving child rearing in low 
income areas 
MHPG Lioton, H., Clark Univ., Worcester, Mass. 

MPG LIB0, LESTER M., New Mexico Dept. Pub. Hlth., 
Santa Fe, New Mexico Mental health 
consulation in underdeveloped areas 
MPG ROSS, W. DONALD, Col. Med., 

Univ. Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Industrial mental health 
Arch Environ Health 7:473, Oct 63. Mental and 

emotional health problems in the worker. 
JAMA 181, Sep 62. Guide for evaluating 
emolovabilitv after osvchiatric illness. 
MHPG Goertzel , V . , Fountain House Fdn . , N .Y .C . 
MPG GORELICK, JACK, Assn. for Help of 

Retarded Children, N.Y.C. Occupation 
center for mentally retarded adults 
Assn for Help of Retarded Children, NY, Mar 63. 
Training for independent living: Community 
program for severelv retarded adults. 
Ment Retard J, Dec 63. Work characteristics of 

retarded adults at trainable levels. 
Training School Bull 58:92, Nov 61. Validity 
of the Peabodv Picture Vocabulary Test. 
MPG HARLOW, A.H., Jr., Group Health Insurance, Inc., 
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HAZARD, GEOFFREY C., Jr., American Bar Fdn., 
Chicago, III. Mental illness and 
the law 
LOWRY, ELMER F., Jr., Virginia Dent. 
Mental Hygiene and Hosp., Richmond, 
Va. Hospital and community 
coordination for after-care 
JACKSON, J., Grad. Sch., U. Kansas, Lawrence 
Methods for comparative studies of mental 
PAGE, JAMES D., The Lighthouse Settlement, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Efficacy of social 
group work in limiting delinquency 
BATESON, G., Palo Aito Med. Res. Fdn., Cal. 
Family theraov in schizophrenia 
Am J Orthopsychiat 32:604, Jul 62. Letters of 

mothers of schizoohrenics. 
Arch Gen Psychiat 5:340, Oct 61. Control 

in osvchctnerapv with schizoohrenics. 
Arch Gen Faychiat 8:213, Mar 63. Marriage 

Family Process 1:63, Mar 62. Family therapy 

as a research arena. 
Famiry Process 1:69, Mar 62. Whither family 

Family Process 1:245, Sep 62. The marital 
context of an anxietv svndrome. 
Psychiatry, v. 24, p. 30 May 61 

Psychoanalysis 49:68, Winter 62-63. The 

schizoDhrenoaenic 'who'. 
I nformation Storage and Neural Control, Charles 
C Thomas, Pub, Springfield, III., 63. Patterns 
of human behavior. 
SARGENT, D.A., Juvenile Court Clin., Detroit , 
Mich. Training 

foster parents to handle disturbed children 
Am J Orthopsychiat 32:32, Jan 62. Role phen- 
omena and roster care for disturbed children. 
SLOAN, MARION B., Young Woman's 
Christian Assn., Oakland, Cal. 
Community based arouos for on-leave 
mental patients 
YWCA Magazine, p.287, Nov 61 
ROGERS, GERTRUDE A., Massachusetts Mental 
Health Res. Corp., Boston, Mass. 
Treatment of adolescents on adult wards of a 
mental hosoiial 
Porter , J . H . , II! . , Boston Univ . . Boston . Mass . 

CARTER, F., Mt. Auburn Hosp., Cambridge, Mass. 

Group therapy in a community general hospital 
GELLMAN, WILLIAM, Je.vish Vocational 
Service, Chicago, III. The therapeutic 
workshop for older persons 
WAPNER, SEYMOUR, Grad. Sch., Clark Univ., 
Worcester, Mass. Mechanisms of 
perception-personality relationships 
Acta Psychol 19:758, 61. Experimental and 

theoretical approach to bodv imaae. 
Acta Psychoi 22:162, 64. Tactual recoenition 
under polarized versus depolarized self-object 
cognitive attitudes. 
Acta Psychol 22:227, 64. An experimental 
approach to body perception from the organismic- 
develoomental point cf view. 
Acta Psychol 24:41, 65. Some relations between 

autokinetic motion and space localization. 
Aerospace Med 35:519, 64. Effect of tonus 

changes on perceived location of visual stimuli. 
Am J Psychol 74:3, 94, 61. 
Am J Psychol 76:287, 63. Rhythmic activity 

and the perception of time. 
Am J Psychol 77:451, 64. The effect of body tilt 
on tactual -kinesthetic perception of vertically. 
Brit J Psychol 53:222, 62. Effect of visual 

soatial context on perception of one's own bodv. 
Brit J Psychol 54:41, 63. Effect of visual spa- 

cial contevt on Derceotinn of one's nwn hndv 
Brit J Psychol 55:421, 64. Relations between 
perceptual and ccnceptual operations: Numerical 
distance and visual extent. 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 66:206, 63. Verbal 
satiation and role of concurrent activity. 
J Am Acad Child Psychiat 3:193, 64. Some 
aspects of a research program based on an 
organismic-developmental approach to cognition: 
Experiments and theory. 
J Exp Psycho! 63:148, 62. Effect postural 
factors on distribution of tactual sensitivity. 
J Exp P*ychol 63:244, 62. Space perception 

amona unilatersilv oaralvzed cnildren. 
J Exp Psychol 67:142, 64. The effect of body 
tilt on apparent verticaiity, apparent body posi- 
tiot , and their relation. 
J Genet Psychol 100.47, 62. Interference 

effects o f Stroop color-word test. 
J Geror.t 20:9, 6b. Cognitive functioning in two 
groups of aged: One institutionalized, the 
other living in the community. 
J Geront 20:14, 65. Cognitive functioning in a 

group of 80-90 year old men. 
J Personality 31, (Ne 3):394, 63. Sex dif- 
ferences in the perception of apparent vertical- 
aty and apparent body position under conditions 
of body tilt. 





J Personality 31:534, 63. Age differences in 
performance on the Stroop Color-Word test. 
Percept Motor Skills 15:322, 62. Visual and 
proprioceptive changes during visual exposure 
to a tilted line. 
Percept Motor Skills 15:331, 62. Relation be- 
tween perceived location of objects and per- 
ceived location of one's own body. 
Percept Motor Skills 16:86, Body position and 

localization of a visual obiect. 
Percept Motor Skills 19:653, 64. Phenomenal 

time as a determinant of CFF. 
Percept Motor Skills 19:723, 64. Rhythmic activ- 

ity and the discrimination of stimuli in time. 
Percept Motor Skills 20:904, 65. Apparent length 
of body parts aiterded to separately and in 
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tween subjective body space and objective 
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of view. 
Am J Ment Defic 69:90, 64. Some aspects of space perception 

in mental retardates. 
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conditions of danqer. 
Percept Motor Skills 20:1141, 65. Visual recognition thres- 
hold and concurrent motor activity. 
Percept Motor Skills, 21:187, 65. Effect of experimentally 
induced self-object cognitive attitudes on body and object 
Proc Am Psychiat Assn, Los Angeles, Sep 64. Some relations 
between muscle action potentials (MAP) and apparent 
Proc Eastern Psychel Assn Mtg, Philadelphia, Apr 64. Effect 
of motoric rhythmic activity on the thresholds for apparent 
mption and critical flicker freouency. 
Proc Eastern Psychol Assn Ann Mtg, Philadelphia, Apr 64. 
Effect of tonus changes on perceived location of visual 
Proc Eastern Psychol Assn Ann Mtg, Philadelphia, Apr 64. 

Relative versus egocentric localization. 
Proc Eastern Psychol Assn Ann Mtg, Atlantic City, Apr 65. 
Effect of self-object cognitive set on perceptipn, object 
perception and their relationship. 
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Some individual difterences in space localization. 
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experimental approach to body perception from the organismic- 
develoomental coint of view. 
Proc Soc Res Child Develop Bien Mtg, Minneapolis, Minn, 

Mar 65. The ontogenesis of sequential activity. 
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symmetrical extraneous stimulation on the position of the 
aooarent median plane. 
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passive finoer movement on perception of extensionalitv. 
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ent head width with heat applied te the side of the face. 
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factors affecting the position of the apparent median plane. 
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affecting body perceptipn, object perception and their 
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ity on apparent extent. 
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spatio-temporal and configurational factors on perceived 
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contact with pictorial representation of other person on some 
aspects of interpersonal perceptipn. 
Thesis, MA, Posenbach, D, Clark Univ 65. The relationships 
between changes in level of aspiration and apparent eye level 
after success and failure experiences. 
Thesis, MA, Topp, LF, Clark Univ, 65. An investigation of 
the relationship between control, intelligence and academic 
performance in junior high school students. 
MPG NEELY, JAMES H., Louisiana State Dept. of 
Hospitals, Baton Rouge, La. Outpatient 
clinic-school for disturbed ch ildren 
Southern Med J 5/, (No 7):829, Jul 64. 
tmotionally disturbed boys failing in school. 
Treatment in jn outpatient clinic school. 
MPG RENO, JOHN C, Community Council, 

Houston, Tex. Community consulta- 
tion in per:onnel administration 
The 1962 Personnel Census. Commun Counc 

Houston Harris County, Oct 63. 
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MPG HELLER, MELVIN S., Temple Univ., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Insanity 
procedures under Federal Law 
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subnormal mentality in the criminal law. 
Pennsylvania Bar Assn Quart 32 (No 4), Jun 61. 

The osvcholoaist as a witness. 
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Imorovina the practice of family lawver. 
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of law and medicine. 
Temple Law Quart 35:401, Summer 62. The 

admissibility of truth serum tests in courts. 
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mentality as a defense in the criminal law. 
Alternatives and Preliminaries to the Trial of a 
Civil Action, Am Bar Assn, Philadelphia, 
Ch 1-8. 61. Techniaues for interviewing. 
Annual Survey of Ame rican Law , New York Univ 
Law School. Oceana Publ. 61. 
MHPG Wortis, J. .Jewish Hosp. Brooklyn , Brooklyn , N .Y . 
MPG BROOKS, G.W., Vermont State Hosp., Waterbury 

Secondary education in a state mental hospital 
MH EVANS, FRANCIS C, Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

Mich Heredity of convulsive disorders 

Contributions From the Laboratory of Vertebrate 
Biology . Univ Michigan Press, 76, May 62. 
Behavior of Peromvscus. 
MPG LlPPTTT, RV, U. Michigan, Ann Arbor Intro- 
duction and soread of teaching innovations 
MPG 6ARGER, BENJAMIN, Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Public 
menu! health methods in a university 
College Health 12, (No 3) : 325, Feb 64. Environ- 
mental stress evaluation in a student community. 
Educ Psychol Measurement 24, (No 2):339, 64. 

Personality patterns and achievement in college. 
J Individual Psychol 20:59, May 64. Attitudinal 

structures of older and younger siblings. 
Hroc uonf Higher Lduc and went Health, univ 
Fla, Gainsville, p. 8, Sep 63. The Univer- 
sity of Florida mental health program. 
MPG ROMANO, JOHN, Sch. Med., Univ. Rochester, 
Rochester, N.Y. Cumulative register 
of community psychiatric service 
Am J Pub Health 53, (No 87:1269, Aug 63. A 
cumulative register of psychiatric services 
in a community. 
Arch Gen Psychiat 9:369, Oct 63. All psy- 
chiatric experience in a community. A cumula- 
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Arch Gen Psychiat 10:547, Jun 64. Suicide 
and psychiatric care in the aging. 
Am J Psychiat Vol 121, Mar 65. Diagnostic consistency 

and change in a follow-up study of 1215 patients. 
MPG JOSEPH, L., Jr., Bridgehaven, Louisville, Ky. 
Therapy with families of mental patients in day- 
care rehabilitation center 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Electron 
microscopy of central nervous system 
Acta Dermatovener 42:23, 62. Virus-like 
particles in keratoacanthomas. 
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Exp Cell Res 24:440, 61. Quantitative electron 
microscopic study of mitochondria in motor 
neurones following axonal section. 
J Invest Derm 36:299, 61. Pigmenting basal 

cell epithelioma. 
J Invest Derm 37:79, Aug 61. Virus-like 

particles in a keratoacanthoma. 
J Invest Derm 37:369, Nov 61. Keratinization 

demonstrated bv electron microscoDv. 
J Invest Derm 38:99, Feb 62. Human non- 

keratinizino oral mucosa. 
J Invest Derm 39:183, Sep 62. Basal cell 

J Invest Derm 39:605, Dec 62. Malignant mela- 
Mikroskopie 17:46, 62. Quantitation of mitochon- 
dria in motor neurones following axonal section. 
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62. Identification of neuroglia in electron 
micrographs of normal nerve tissue. 

Z Zellforsch 54:734, 61. Electron microscopy of 
neurohypophysis in normal, adrenaline-treated 
and pilocarpine-treated rabbits. 

Electron Microsconv of Skin and Mucous Mem- 
brane, C. C. Thomas, Springfield, III, Ch 1, 

63. Technics of electron microscopy. 
MPG FALKEY, D.B., Western Reserve U., Cleveland 

A community-university oroiect on alcoholism 
MPG MASSARIK, FRED, Children's Home Society, 
Los Angeles, Cal. Adoption of children 
with physical handicaps 
MPG COLEMAN, JULES V., Yale Sch. Med., 
New Haven, Conn. Cooperative care of 
mental health patients 
Conn Health Bull 77:285, Nov 63. The coop- 
erative care project: A report of progress. 
Curr Psychiat I her 4:260, 64. State hospital — 
Community cooperation in psychiatric therapy. 

Am J Psychiat 119:729, Feb 63. Cooperative 
care of mental hosoital patients. 
OM-i3397 MPG PETERSON, MARTIN R., North Carolina 

Prison Dept., Raleigh, N.C. 
Fitting social work into one type of 
prison setting 
OM-00401 MPG BRACELAND, FRANCIS J., Inst. Living, 

Hartford, Conn. Therapeutic group for 
young psychotic children 
MH-00404 MPG MURPHY, A., U. Settlements, Phila., Pa. 

Rll Preventive mental health program for child and 

MH-00410 MPG DICKINSON, E„ Family Serv. Assn., Tampa, Fla. 

Rll Family Case Work Project for the mentally ill 

OM-418 MHPG Penningroth, P.W., Bd. Control Southern Regional Educ, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
MH-00419 MPG HAMOVITCH, MAURICE B., Social Work, City of 

Rll Hope Med. Cr., Duarte, Cal. Parent part- 

icipation in a hospital pediatrics program 
The Parent and the Fatally III Child. Delmar 
Pub. Co., Los Angeles, Calif., 64. 
OM-00421 MPG ANDERSON, JOHNS., State Board of 

Health, Helena, Mont. Family health 
services for the mentally ill 
OM-00426 MPG BECK, BERTRAM M., Mobilization for Youth, 

Inc., New York, N.Y. Mobilization for youth- 
action grant 
Social Work, Apr 65. The indigenous worker: A new approach 

to the social work technician, 
bocial Work, Jul 6b. Community development programs. 
Social Work, Oct 65. House on sixth street. 
Social Work, Oct 66. Knowledge of skills required for the 

administration of an anti-poverty program. 
Social Work, Jan 66. Birth control. 
Social Work, Jan 66. Legal Services. 
OM-00431 MPG KENT, EMMA M., Denver General Hosp., 

Denver, Colorado Efficacy of a 
psychiatric nurse in a general hospital 
OM-01434 MPG RISSER, PHILIP C, City-County Hlth. 

Dept., Great Falls, Mont. Mental 
health — A local health unit's responsibility 
MH-00437 MPG SCHWARTZ, E.P., Youth Comm., St. Louis, Mo. 

Rll Work with non-conforminq youth in gangs 

MH-00445 MPG MALONE, C.A., Mass. Mem. Hosp., Boston, Mass. 

Rll Services to multi-problem families with pre- 

school children 
OM-00449 MPG PHINNEY, ELEANOR, American Library 

Assn., Chicago, III. Bibliotherapy 
what it is and can do for mental health . 
OM-00451 MPG YOUNG, ARTHUR K., North Shore Child 

Guidance Cr., Manhasset, N.Y. 
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Int J Group Psychother 13, (No 2):176, Apr 63. 
Steps in sensitizing parents (couples) in 
groups toward schizophrenic children. 

OM-00453 MPG SIMS0N, CLYDE B., Lafayette Clinic, 

Detroit, Mich. A special class for 
emotionally disturbed children 
OM-00454 MPG D0NIGER, JOAN, Woodley House, Washington, 

D.C. The operation and structure of a 

halfway house 
Med Hyg 603:663, Jul 63. La maison de tran- 
Ment Hosp 14, (No 4), Apr 63. Case study of a 

halfway house. 
Psychiatry 26, (No 3), Aug 63. Halfway house 

and mental hospital — Some comparisons. 
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Ch. 5, 63. Myra at Woodley House. 
Psychiatric Studies and Projects, Am Psychiat 
Assn, Oct 63. Discussion, bibliography and 
listing of psychiatric halfway houses in the 
United States. 

Massachusetts Mental Health Res. Corp., 
Boston. Mass. Activating a mental 

ho soital and its community 

Strategies ot Mental Hospital Change, "Com- 
monwealth Massachusetts, Dept Ment Health, 
Boston, 64. 
OM-00458 MPG JAMES, SARA L., Southeast Wyoming Mental 

Health Cr., Inc., Cheyenne, Wyo. Mental 
health develooment in sparsely populated 
MH-00460 MPG HANER, C.F., Iowa State Bd. Control, Des 

Rll Moines Prognostic significance of current 

Hum Org 21:43, Spring 62. An assessment of the 

m ental h ealth of factor y workers. 

MH-00463 MPG FT5HER7~S~JH., Fountain House Fdn., N.Y.C. 

Rll Rehabilitation through community facilities 

OM-00469 MPG DINGMAN, HARVEY F., Pacific State 

Hosp., Pomona, Cal. Data processing 
in mental deficiency 
Abbottempo (Paris) 2, (No 4), Nov 64. Tat- 
Am J Ment Defic 68, (No 3):396, Nov 63 . 
Mental age vs. learning ability: An investiga- 
tion of transfer of training between hierarchical 
Am J Ment Defic 68, (No 5) :580, Mar 64. A 
statistical model for an institution for the men- 
tally retarded. 


Am J Mentt>efic"69rCN6 21:269, Sep 64. Sex 
differences among mildly retarded admissions 
to a hospital for the mentally retarded. 

Am J Ment Detic 69, (No J):j4/, Nov 64. A 
procedure for interrogating non-professional 
ward employees. 

Am J Ment Uefic 69, (No 31:385, Nov"64. TQ 
and the social competence of the profoundly 

Am J Pub Health 54, (No 11):1810, Nov 64. In- 
fectious disease in a hospital for the mentally 
retarded . 

Data Process Maa. Oct 61. Census keeoino. 

Educ Psychol Measurement 24, (No 1):147, 
64. Erratum — Comparison of some computer 
techniques for factor analytic rotation. 

Food Talks, Jan 62. Feeding problems at 
Pacific State Hosoital. 

Hum Biol 36, (No 3):229, Sep 64. I he birth 
weight of abnormally small mental defectives. 

Hum Organization 23, (No 4):312, Winter 64. 
The everyday life of institutionalized "idiots". 

J Am Folklore, Oct 63 . Comparison of themes 
in' folktales by the general inquirer system. 

J Ment Defic Res 5:72, Dec 61. Sex-chro- 
matin survev in mentally defective women. 

J Ment Defic Res 8:77, Jun 64. A multivariate 
analysis of amino-acid excretions. 

Percept Motor Skills 19:/91, 64. Intelligence, 
motor disabilities, and reaction time in the 
mentally retarded. 

Psychiat Quart (Suppl) Part 2, 64. Good 
reasons for bad supervision: "Dating" in a 
hospital for the mentally retarded. 

Psychol Rep 10:475, 62. Determining weights 
for composite ratings bv factor analysis. 

Training School Bull 58:74, Aug 61. Descrip- 
tion of NIMH-sponsored research programs 
at Pac ific State Hospital. 

Train Sch bull (Vineland) 61, (No L):Vl , Aug 54 
Psychometric examination as a standardized 
situation yielding personality data. 

Data Collection "SysTems'fn an TnsITtufionTonTie 
Mentally Retarded, West Interstate Comm 
Higher tduc, boulder, Colo, Oct 64. 
OM-00476 MPG KITANO, HARRY H.L., Sch. Social Welfare, 

Univ. California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Minority group crime and delinquency 
OM-00478 MPG GRUENBERG, ERNEST M., Col. Phys., Surg., 

Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Continous 
care of schizophrenic patients 
MH-00487 EP MIRSKY, I. ARTHUR, Univ. Pittsburgh, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Variables affecting 
avoidance behavior 

J Abnorm Soc Psychol 64:343, 62. Communica- 
tion of affect in "cooperative conditioning" of 
rhesus monkeys. 

J Abnorm Soc Psychol 67:24, 63 . The role of 
facial expression in "cooperative-avoidance" 
conditioning in monkeys. 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:137, 62. The deter- 
mination of social dominance in monkeys by a 
competitive avoidance method. 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:211, 62. Effect of 
ACTH on avoidance conditioning in the 
adrenalectomized rat. 

J Exp Psychol 67:120, 64. Influence of the 
spatial relationships between the cue, reward, 
and response in discrimination learning. 

Proc 3rd World Congr Psychiat p. 88, 62. 
The communication of affects. 

Psychosom Med 26:274, 64. A studyof conditiotn- 
ing and reactivity as determinants of pressor re- 
sponses to noxious stimuli. 

Psychosom Med 26:510, 64. Timberline con- 
ference on psychophysiologic aspects of car- 
diovascular disease. 
OM-00488 MPG PEGG, FRED G., Forsyth County Hlth. 

Dept., Winston-Salem, N.C. Forsyth 
Coui.ty Mental Health Project 

N Carolina Med J 24, (No 9), Sep 63. An 
evaluation of the management of the psychiat- 
ric patient in a community health center. 
OM-498 MHPG Cromwell, J. 0., State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa 

OM-499 MHPG Kempson, J. 0., South Carolina State Hosp. , Columbia, 

OM-00503 MPG PLOTSKY, HAROLD, Group Health Assn., 

Inc., Washington, D.C. A demonstration 
project in prenatal counseling 
MH-00504 PMY YOUNG, W.C., Sch. Med., Grad., U. Kansas, 

Lawrence Endocrinological determinants 
of behavior 

Am Zool 2:411, 62. Failure of early castration 
to prevent the development of masculine 
patterns of social behavior. 

Am Zool 2:525, 62. Effect of testosterone pro- 
pionate on 0? consumption of female and 
female pseudohermaphrodite guinea nigs. 

Am Zool 2:540, 62. Differential effect of test- 
osterone propionate given prenatally on sexu- 
ally dimorphic and sexually isomorphic 
measures of behavior. 

Anat Rec 142:236, 62. Changes In sexual be- 
havior including establishment of "psychic 
estrus" in soaved female guinea pips follow- 
ing hypothalamic lesions. 























Anat Rec 142:307, 62. Critical period for the 
suppression of behavioural receptivity in adult 
female rats by early treatment with androgen. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol, vol. 54, Feb 61. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:92, 63. Testosterone 
orooionate and male guinea oia sexual behavior. 
Proc Am Soc Zool 2:403, 62. Progesterone in- 
hibition of testosterone-induced male sexual 
behavior in the female guinea pig. 
Sex and Internal Secretions. Williams and 
Wilkins Co, Baltimore, 449, 61. The 
mammalian ovarv. 
Sex and Internal Secretions, Williams and 
Wilkins Co, Baltimore, 1173, 61. The 
hormones and mating behavior. 
The Behaviour of Domestic Animals , Bailliere, 
Tindall and Cox, London, p. 139, 62. Physio- 
logical mechanisms and behaviour patterns. 
Funke, A.S., Vermont Deot. Hlth., Burlington. Vt. 
Topeka, Kans. Assimilation of 
new aides into psychiatric wards 
J Clin Psych, v. 17, p. 390, Oct 61 
MPG KRAFT, I., Children's Guild, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 
Training for work with troubled preschool 
MPG KRISBERG, JANE, Community Council of Greater 
New Haven, New Haven, Conn. Neighbor- 
hood improvement project 
Marriage and Family Living 25, (No 4) :479, Nov 
63. Factors associated with family disorgani- 
Social Work 8 (NO 2), Apr 63. Research inter- 

viewino with low-income families 
Marriage and Family Living , Feb 62. Measur- 
ing family disorganization. 
Understanding the Multi-Problem Family, Association Press, 

New York, 64. 
MPG HOLLIS, FLORENCE, Sch. Social Work, 
Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Development 
of a casework treatment typology 
Social Casework, May 64. A comparison of pro- 
cedures in the treatment of clients with two dif- 
ferent value orientations. 
Casework, A Psychosocial Therapy, Random 
House, New York, 64. 
LEIGHTON, ALEXANDER, Sch. Med., Cornell 
Univ., New York, New York Yorkville 

community mental health research oroiect 
Dis Nerv Syst, Monogr Suppl 24, (No 4):1, Apr 
63. Social mobility and psychiatric symptoms. 
JAMA 181:962, Sep 62. Obesity, social class, 

and mental illness. 
J Health Hum Behav 3:269, Winter 62. A 
twenty-two item screening score of psychiatric 
symptoms indicating impairment. 
Comparative Epidemiology of the Mental Dis- 
orders, Grune and Stratton, p. 32, 61. En- 
vironmental stress and mental health. 
Kahn, A. J. , Citizens' Comm. Children New York City, 
FOX, V., Georgia Clin., Atlanta 
Modifying medical residents attitudes on 

McPARTLAND, T.S., Greater Kansas City Mental 
Hlth. Fdn., Mo. Treatment careers of psy- 
chiatric patients 
MORROW, W.R., Fulton State Hosp., Fulton, 
Missouri Three psychiatric occupational therapy 
methods (revised) 
JOHANNET, P., J. Jackson Putnam Children's Cr., 
Boston, Mass. Nursery school treatment of 
emotional disturbances 
GATES, PHILLIP H., James Jackson Putnam 
Children's Cr., Boston, Mass. Early 
childhood reactions to parental death 
EDMUNDS, J.W., Ramsey Co. Welfare Dept., 
St. Paul, Minn. Place of 

volunteers in a county mental health project 
NEWMAN, R.G., The Washington Sch. Psychiatry, 
Wash., D.C. Training staff in school needs of 
disturbed children 
er, C.A. , Univ. Kansas, Kansas City, Kans. 
BOWMAN, PAUL H., Greater Kansas City Mental 
Hlth. Fdn., Kansas City, Mo. 
Kansas City, Missouri School Behavior Project 
FRENCH, THOMAS M., Sch. Psychiatry, Inst, 
for Psychoanalysis, Chicago, III. A 

methodological study of psychosomatic correlations 
Youth Incentive Bull, YMCA Chicago, 11, 62. 
A man among bovs. his rewards and frustrations. 
COOPER, CHARLES N., YMCA Metropolitan 
Chicago, Chicago, 111. Program for 
detached workers-evaluation and planning 
FREEMAN, V.J. , Allegheny Gen. Hosp., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Family study project 
MEADOW, ARNOLD, Univ. Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. 
Southern Arizona mental health project 
Arizona Med p. 89, May 63. Mexican-American 
medical beliefs: Science or maoic? 























Newel i, 
Castner , 
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OM-00547 MPG LEE, HAROLD, Medfield Foundation, OM-622 

Medfield, Mr:ss. Two rehabilitation 

programs for chronic services OM-00623 

Hosp Topics7"f!au"637 "Volunteers with special 
ski I is supplement professionals at state 


TCTTtrFsycnot T97flJ6~3Ti35973uT63. Kea'p- 
praisal of the diagnosis of mental deficiency 
in mental hospitals. 
Went Hyg 47:123, Jan 63. Attitudes of chronic MH-00623 

mental patients to Droaram of rehabilitation. 
Psychiat Quart Suppl, Part 2, 62. Mass trans- 
fer of two wards of chronic mental patients 
Psychiat U.uart suppl. Part l, bi. I he social 
woiker as a team member in a structured pro- 
gram for chronic functional psychotics. 
SK&F Psychiat Reporter, Mar-Apr 63. To 
make them move again. 
Brandon, M.G. , Menninger Fdn. , Topeka, Kans. 
Guiss, R.L., Dammasch State Hoso., Salem, Ore. 
Belcher, C.H., Winnebago St. Hosp., Winnebago, Wis. 
Smith, F.V., Jr., State Dept. Social Welfare, Topeka, 

Fiedler, H.T., Pennsylvania Dept. Pub. Welfare, Allentown, 
Brinegar, W.C., Mental Health Inst., Des Moines, Iowa MH-00623 

Brunt, H.H., Jr., Dept. Inst, and Agencies, Trenton, N.J. Rll 

Badrock, F., Casweil Sch., Kinston, N.C. 
Camp, W. P., Norristown State Hosp., Norristown, Pa. 
Southworth. J.W., Indiana Div. MH, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Bennett, E.W., San Antonio State Hosp., San Antonio, 

R.C. , Terrell State Hosn. , Terrell, Tex. OM-624 

B.A., Office Commissioner MH, Harrisburg, Pa. MH-00628 

R.F., Mayview State Hosp., Mayview, Pa. 
C.W. , Rusk State Hosp. . Rusk . Tex. 
H., Dept. MH and Correction, Columbus, Ohio 
RICHTER, CURT P., Sch. Med., Johns Hopkins 
Univ., Baltimore, Md. Behavior, 
metabolism and mood cycles 
Arch Intern Med 113:624, May 64. Lung can- 
cer. Detection by use of electrical skin resist- 
ance method . 
.V., Dept. MH , Louisville. Ky. 
Korsen . S.M. . Mental Health Inst. . Des Moines . Iowa 
Sawyer, G.M., State Division MH, Des Moines, Iowa 
Brown, W.B., State Division MH, Des Moines, Iowa 
Wasg , C.F. , Michigan Deot. MH . Lansing . Mich. 
McGuire, M.C., Housing Authority San Antonio, San 
Antonio, Tex. 
MPG ROSS, ALAN 0., Pittsburgh Child Guidance OM-00628 

Cr., Pittsburgh, Pa. Variables of 
continuance in child guidance contact 
Psychol"Re"p"14:348, 64. Possible artifact in 
measurement of social reinforcement. 
MH SEEMAN, JULIUS, Univ. Chicago, Chicago, III. 

A study of the process and outcomes of play 
Psychotherapy 1, (No 1):14, Aug 53. Person- 
ality integration as a criterion of therapy out- 
MFG KESSLER, J.W., Grad. Sch., Western Reserve 
Univ., Cleveland, Ohio Counselling parents 
of young, mildly retarded children 
MPG BOEHM, BERNICE, Minnesota Dept. Welfare, 
St. Paul, Minn. Evaluation of family 

adequacy in child protection 
Child Welfare p. 453, Nov 64. The community 
and the social agency define neglect. 
MPG WARREN, MARGUERITE Q., California Youth 
Authority, Sacramento, Cal. An 
evaluation of community treatment for 
California Parent-Teacher, Feb 63. A new 

California Youth Authority Quarterly 16, (No 3): 
31, 63 . California's community treatment 
experiment . 
Children 10:147, Jul-Aug 63. Alternates 

to institutionalization. 
Crime Delinquency p. 242, Jul 63. Substitute 

for institutionalization. 
Res Rep_(No 1), 62 . Community treatment pro- 
ject; First progress report . 
Res Rep (No 2), 63 . Community treatment pro- 
ject: First year report of action and evaluation. MH-00629 
Res Rep (No 3), 63 . Community treatment pro- 
ject: Second progress report . 
OM-00602 MPG BECK, DOROTHY F., Family Service Assn. 
of America, N.Y.C. Casework on 
marital problems— A conceptual exploration 
OM-00603 MPG LILLESKOV, ROY K„ James Weldon Johnson 
Community Cr., N.Y.C. Activity t-roup 

for disturbed latency-atie children OM-00631 

OM-00607 MPG SAPIRSTEIN, MILTON R„ Mount Sinai Hosp., 

N.Y.C. Industrial psychiatric 
services in a hospital setting 
OM-608 MHPG Moffltt , J.W. , Utah Assn. MH , Salt Lake City , Utah OM-00633 

MH-00612 MPG WESTEERG, G.E., U. Chicago, III. 

Rl) The role of the clergvman in mental health 

OM-00617 MPG YAHALOM, ITAMAR, Jewish Children's Bureau, 

Chicago, III. Behavior and communication 
in childhood schizophrenia _________ 

J Jewish Commuri Serv 40, (No <):Z8V, spring 
64. Complementary therapy of severely dis- 
turbed children and their parents in a day care 


MHPG Freedman, L.Z., Cr. Advanced Study Behavioral Sci., 

Stanford, Cal. 

MPG LEVY, JEROME, Western Interstate Comm. 

Higher Education, Boulder, Colo. 

Interstate cooperation for hospital 

staff development 

Da ta~Lo llectiori~and utilization" in Institutions 

t ne"TCTeii" £aTiy Retarded, West Interstate 
Comm Higher _dTicT"3ouTder , Colo, Oct 64. 





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LACEY, JOHN I., Fels Res. Inst., Yellow Sp., 
Ohio Psychophysiology of the autonomic 
nervous system 
Ann NY Acad Sci 98:1257, 62. The law of 
initial value in the longitudinal study of auto- 
nomic constitution. 
IRE Trans Bio-Med Electronics 9:185, Jul 62. 

The SETAR and its uses. 
Science 140:1233, Jun 63. Heart rate changes 

after reinforcing brain stimulation in rats 
Expression of the Emotions in Man , Int Univ 
Press, New York, Ch 9, p. 161, 63. The 
visceral level: Situational determinants and 
behavioral correlates of autonomic response 
HEWITT, R. T., W. Interstate Com. Higher Ed., 
Boulder, Colorado Interstate cooperation for 

hospital staff development 
Psychophysiology 1, (No 22:111, 64. Computer identification 

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SHEERER, E.T .7 U.Georgia, Athens, Ga. 

A program for mental health in child care centers 
SELLERS, M.H., Nevada State Dept. Hlth., Reno 
Adiustment types of the Northern Paiutes 
Malm , S . , Jackson Mem . Hosp . , Miami , Fla . 
MICHAELS, JOSEPH, Inst. Retarded Children 
of The Shield of David, Bronx, N.Y. 
Program for infant retardates and their 
WILLIAMS, J.H., Florida State U., Tallahassee 
Attitudes toward mental illness 
R0CKM0RE, MYRON J., Dept. Mental 
Health, Hartford, Conn. Social service 
deployment in Dublic mental hospitals 



OM-00764 MPG KRAUSE, MERTON S, Family Service of 

Cincinnati Area, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Preventive casework with the families 
of alcoholics 
OM-00765 MPG KLAUS, RUPERT A., Murfreesboro City Schools, 

MurFreesboro, Tenn. Early training for 
culturally deprived children 
OM-00768 MPG JASO, HECTOR, Providence Child Guidance 

Clinic, Providence, R.I. An evaluation 
of a juvenile court resource unit 
OM-00770 MPG FELDMAN, PAUL, Menninger Fdn., Topeka, Kans. 

A re-evaluation of the role of the 
psychiatric aide 
MH-00774 MPG ROWLAND, L.W., La. Assn. MH, New Orleans 

Rll Use of clubs in social rehabilitation of ex- 

MH-00776 EP HESS, ECKHARD H., Univ. Chicago, Chicago, 

III. Experimental analysis of imprinting 
American Biology Teacher 24:96, 62. The mean- 
ing of diSDlav in the new natural historv. 
Anim Behav 9:104, 61. 

Science 143, (No 3621):I185, 64. Following and 
imprinting: Effects of light and social exper- 
Z Tierpsychol 21, (No 3):338, 64. Parental 
feeding in ring doves (Streptopelia roseo- 
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New Directions in Psychology, Holt, Rinehart 
and Winston, New York, 157, 62. Ethology: 
An approach toward the complete analysis of 
Roots of Behavi or, Hoeber-Harper Bros, New 
York, 254, 62. Imprinting and the "critical 
period" concept. 
OM-00776 MPG KLINKMAN, MYRON F., Bangor Theological 

Seminary, Bangor, Maine Theological 
education and mental health 
Science 146, (No 3641), 64. Imprinting in an altricial bird: 

The blond ring dove (Streptopelia risoria). 
Science 146, (No 3648), 64. Imprinting in birds. 
OM-00731 MPG ROBISON, SOPHIA M.,Adelphi Col., 

Long Island, N.Y. Youthful 
delinquent behavior of respectable men 

Grad. Sen. Arts & Sci., New York Univ., 
New York, N.Y. Perceptual processes 

be low the lev el of awareness 

PerceptWtor Skills 17:31, 63. Effects of 
subliminal stimulation on imagery and dis- 
MH-00788 EP WENGER, MARION A., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Studies 
of autonomic response patterns 
Behav Sci 6:312, Oct 61. Autonomic func- 
tions in practitioners of Yoga in India. 
Circulation 24:1319, Dec 61. "Voluntary" con- 
trol of the heart and oulse. 
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of stomach motilitv bv magnetometer method. 
Psychosom Med 23:185, May-Jun 61. Auto- 
nomic response soecificitv. 
Psychosom Med 24:267, May-Jun 62. Autonomic 
functions in patients with gastrointestinal and 
dermatoioqical disorders, 
physiological Cnrrplates of Psvcholooical Dis- 
ojder, Univ Wisconsin Press, Ch 5, 62. 
Problems in psychophysiological research. 
OM-00788 MPG CULLIMORE, LLOYD L., Utah County Assn. 

Mental Health, Provo, Utah Alpine House 
OM-00790 MPG BERNSTEIN, MILDRED R., Board of Education 

City New York, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Junior guidance class resource for troubled 
MH-00791 MH JACKSON, DON D., Palo Alto Med. Res Fdn., 

Palo Alto, Cal. An investigation into the 
personality characteristics of parents of schi7n- 
ohrenic children 
Ment Hosp 4, Nov 61. Achievement awards '61. 
Profiles in progress. 
OM-00793 MPG PERLMUTTER, FELICE, Human Relations 

Commission, Champaign, III. 
A community program of intergroup 
activity for youth 
MH-00795 MPG BRAMLETTE, C.A., Jr., South Carolina MH 

Rll Comm., Columbia 

Closed curcuit television training for teachers 
MH-0079S MPG DAVIS, V.T., New Jersey State Dept. Inst, and 

Rll Agencies, Trenton State-supported geriatric 

unit in a community center 
MH-00804 MPG HORNSTRA, R.K., Greater Kansas City Mental 

Rll Hlth. Fdr.., Mo. Therapeutic uses of leisure 

time activities 
OM-00806 MPG FOX, WALTER, Central Hosp., Anchorage, Ky. 

Group work in rehabilitation in a state 
OM-00807 MPG KROEPSCH, ROBERT H., Western Interstate 

Comm. Higher Education, Boulder, Coio. 
An interstate approach to juvenile 
Christian Sci Monitor, Oct 63. The delinquency 














An Interstate Approach to Juvenile Delinquency 
Research and Training , Western Interstate 
Commission Higher Educ, Boulder, Colo, 
Aug 63 . 
Papers in the Behavioral Sciences for Teachers 
in Correctional Work , Western Interstate 
Commission Hiqher Educ, Boulder. Colo, 
Aug 63 . 
MPG GEIS, GILBERT L„ Inst, for Study of Crime 
and Delinquency, Sacramento, Cal. 
A halfway house for narcotic offenders 
MPG GARDNER, GEORGE E., Judge Baker Guidance 
Cr., Boston, Mass. Juvenile delinquency 
demonstration and training project 
MHPG Trimble, B., Fourth Circuit Court Davidson County, 
Nashville, Tenn. 
MPG WHEATLEY, SPENCER B., Children's Home 
Finding and Aid Society, Lewiston, Idaho 
Youth rehabilitation via individual 
olanninq and care 
MPG SIGURDSON, H.R., U. So. California, Los Angeles 

Community education For delinquency prevention 
EP MARX, M.H., Sch. Arts, Sci., U. Missouri, 

Columbia Effect of frustration on 
drive and motivation 
J Exp Psychol 61:57, 61. 
J Exp Psychol 62:484, 61. Consummatory 

response arid reinforcement. 
J Exp Psychol 63:29, 62. Predicting perform- 
ance in a choice situation. 
J Exp Psychol 63:160, 62. Amount, delay, and 
position of delay of reinforcement as parameters 
of runway performance. 
J Exp Psychol 65:182, 63. Effects of incentive 
magnitude on running speeds without competing 
responses in acquisition and extinction. 
Psychol Monographs 76, 62. Nonreinforcemerrt 

variables and response probability. 
Psychol Rep 10:635, 62. Acquisition of instru- 
mental response as function of incentive contrast. 
Psychol Rep 11:425, 62. Differential acquisition 
of an instrumental response In albino and 
hooded rats. 
Psychol Rep 12:255, 63. Instrumental acquisi- 
tion and performance on fixed-interval rein- 
forcement as function of incentive contrast. 
Psychol Rec 13:83, 63. Effects of apparent 
task solubility and reward upon the duration 
of problem solving behavior. 
MPG TANAKA, HENRY T., Mental Hlth. Rehabilita- 
tion and Res., Inc., Cleveland, Ohio Social 
rehabilitation for released mental patients 
Proc 2nd Ann Mtg Ment Health Rehab Res, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, May 63. A community plan for 
psychiatric patients: Their care, treatment, and 
Proc Nat Conf Soc Welfare, Cleveland, Ohio, 
May 63. Inconsistencies of role expectations 
between hospital and community: A problem of 
the returning mental patient. 
Sociometry 27, (No 1):54, Mar 64. A forced 
choice form of the F scale— Free of acquies- 
cent response set. 
HIM House Program, Mar 64. Assumptions of a social 
rehabilitation center for recently released psychiatric 
Prpc Eastern Psychol Assn, Atlantic City, N J, Apr 65. 
Birth order, desire for and participation in psychiatric 
post-hospital services. 
Proc Nat Conf Soc Welfare, Atlantic City, N J, May 65. 
Social expectations and social performance of dischanged 
psychiatric patients. 
Proc Nat Inst Halfway Houses, Chicago, III, Dec 63. 
Perspectives and procedures of the hill hpuse research 
Proc Stark County Ment Health Assn Mtg, Spring 64. 
Establishing a social rehabilitation center: Major 
considerations and issues. 
Psychol Rep 16:73, 65. Birth order and need for achievement. 
MPG DEUTSCH, MARTIN, New York Med. Col., 
N.Y.C. Program for the scholastically- 
retai'ded child 
MPG MADISON, B.M., N.C. Bd. Correction, Raleigh 
Effect of special program on rehabilitation of 
retarded delinquents 
MPG GOTTFREDSON, DON M., Inst, for Study of 
Crime and Delinquency, Sacramento, Cal. 
A strategy for study of social agency 
Canad J Corrections 5, (No 4):1, 63 . The 

practical application of research. 
Proc Soc Statistics Sec Am Statistical Assn, 54, 
62. Development and operational use of pre- 
diction methods in correctional work. 
MHPG Vitols. M.M. .Cherry Hosp. , Goldsboro. N.C. 
MPG CLARK, KENNETH B., Northside Cr. 

Child Development, N.Y.C. Problem 
prevention in the primary grades 
MHPG O'Connor, R.E., State Dept. Pub. Welfare, Madison, Wis. 
MHPG Addison, W. P., Dept. MH and Correction, Columbus, Ohio 
NEU HENRY, CHARLES E., Inst, of Living, Hartford, 
Conn. Electroencephalographic investigation 
of aged psychiatric patients and normal controls 




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Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 15:610, 63. 
Relation of EEC to cerebral blood flow and 
metabolism in old age. 
Excerpta Med, Int Congr Series 37:163, Sep 61. 

Lonaitudina! studv of EEG in old aae. 
Human Aging: A Biological and Behavioral Study 
PHS Pub No 986, US Govt Print Off, Wash- 
ington, Ch 7, p. 79, 64. The electroen- 
cephalogram of healthy aged males. 
MHPG McLendon, S.B. , South Carolina State Hosp. , 

Columbia . S.C. 
MHPG Ginsberg. S.T. , Div. Mental Health , Indianapolis . Ind. 
MPG BANK, DENA C, Friendship Cr., Columbia, 
S.C. To expand and study ex-patient 
community programs 
MPG KOTT, M.G., N. J. State Div. Mental Retardation 
Development and evaluation of attendant training 
BS Hooker, E., Univ. California, Los Angeles, Cal . 

MHPG Goyne . J.B. . Deot. Inst, and Aoetxies . Trenton . N.J . 
MHPG Goldstein. S.S. . State Hoso. Mental Dis. . Howard . R.I. 
MPG GREENE, JOEL E., New Mexico Highlands 
Univ., Las Vegas, N. Mex. Psycho- 
social ad>ustmenl in Indian boarding 
MHPG Gomberg, E.R., Natl. Coun. Juvenile Court Judges, 

Rockville, Md. 
MHPG Furst, P.W., Presbytery of New York , N.Y.C. 
MHPG Waqg . C.F. . Michigan Deot. MH . Lansing . Mich. 
MHPG Hazlewood. J., Idaho Dent. Hlth.. Boise. Idaho 
MH BELLER, E.K., Child Development Cr., N.Y.C. 

A study of dependency and aggression in early 
MPG LARSEN, B., Commission Alcoholism, 
Bismarck, N.D. 

Community resource development project 
J Am Acad Child Psychiat 2, (No 3):417, Jul 
63. Sex differences and symptom patterns in 
early childhood. 
MHPG Kcle.C.Winfield State Hoso. . Winfield. Kans. 
MHPG Farris. B.. Wesley Community Centers. San Antonio, Tex. 
MPG VENABLE, J.K., Georgia Dept. Publ. Hlth., Atlanta 

Mental health programs in Eurooe and Russia 
MPG DOYLE, W.H., Catholic Social Sen/., Stockton, 

Social service in Catholic elementary schools 
MPG GINSBERG, STEWART T., Dept. Mental Health, 
Indianapolis, Ind. Development of 
specialized mental health facilities 
MPG LEVENSON, E.A., W.A." White Inst., N.Y.C. 

Clinic service for the treatment of college dropouts 
MPG BRENNAN, JAMES J„ Sch. Police Admin., 
Pub. Safety. Michir-an State Univ., 
East Lansing, Mich. Training police 
In delinquency prevention and control 
MPG YOUNG, ELLIOTT G., Comeback, Inc., 
New York, N.Y. Recreation in 
rehabilitation of narcotic addicts 
J Rehab 30:23, Jan-Feb 64. Therapeutic recre- 
ation for the narcotic addict. 
Recreat III Handicap 8:10, Jan 64. Recreation— 

.A therapeutic dissection. 
Recreat T realm Cent 3:59, Sep 64. Rx recreation: 
A bridge to community living for the narcotics 
An Expanded Program for the Flatbus 'i Youth Allian ce, Come- 
back. Inc. New Yoik, Jan 65. 
Therapeutic Recre atio n: A Tr eatment M od ality, Comeback, 

Inc'. New York, Feb 65. 
A Volunteer Training Institute on Drug D e pendenc e, Harlem 

Neighborhoods Assn, New York. Aug 65i 
MPG REED, AMOS E., Oregon State Board of 
Control, Salem, Ore. Demonstration 
project for defective delinquents 
MPG ELMER, ELIZABETH, Children's Hospital, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Neglected and abused 
children and their families 
Children p. 180, Sep-0ct63. identification 

of abused children. 
JAMA 138:358, Apr 64. The abused child. 
Pediatrics 31:90.3, Jun 63. Unsuspected trauma 
with multiple skeletal injuries during infancy 
and childhood. 
Chicago, III. An experiment in 
casework in probation 
MPG IKEDA, TSUGUO, SeatUe Atlantic Street Cr., 
Seattle, Wash. Effectiveness of 
social work on acting-out youth 
MPG 8ERGEK, DAVID G., Oregon State Board 
of Control, Salem, Ore. Institutional 
Research Coordinator 
Am .! Dis Child 107:67, Jan 64. The "whole 
family" concept in clinical genetics. 
Hum Chromosome Newsletter, Sep 65. Human chromosome 
patterns in mentally retarded individuals. 
The Bad C heck Problem in Oregon, Oregon Board of Control, 


Research Conference Reoort. Creoon Board of Control. Oct 65. 
MPG HYPPS, IRENE C, Washington Sch. 
Psychiatry, Washington,. D.C. 
Mental health consultation in public 
school s 



Marriage and Family Living 26, (No 4) : 435, Nov 
64. The prob'em of the city school. 
OW-00889 MPG GRAETZ, ROBERT E., Camarillo State Hosp., 

Camarillo, Cal. Psychiatric data 
OM-00892 MPG REISER, DAVID £., James Jackson Putnam 

Children's Cr., Boston, Mass. 
Antisocial behavior in early childhood 
OM-00893 MPG GRIESHEIMER, JEAN B., Worcester 

Children's Friend Soc, Worcester, Mass. 
Psychiatric care through special foster 
OM-00894 MPG PITTENGER, ROBERT E., George Junior 

Republic, Freeville, N.Y. A study 
of the program of the George Junior 
MH-00896 MH PHILLIPS, L„ Clark U., Worcester, Mass. 

Parent-child interaction and cognitive 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 63:60, 61. Psychi- 
atric diaonosis and symptomatology. 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 63:137, 61. Social 

J Abnorm Soc Psychol 63:588, 61. Concept- 
ualization in schizophrenia. 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 63:607, 61. Psy- 
chiatric diagnosis. 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 65:215, 62. Process- 
reactive distinction in osvchooatholoov. 
J Consult Psychol 25:458, 61. Case history 

data and psychiatric diaonosis . 
J Genet Psychol 100:361, 62. A study of 

motivational development. 
Psychol Rev 68:68, 61. 
MH Anderson , J.E., Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis , Minn. 

MPG LUBACH, JOHN E., Northern State Hoso., 

Sedro Woolley, Wash. Northwest Washington 
hospital-community program 
Child Develop 35:333, 64. A longitudinal follow- 
up of neonatal apnea. 
J Am Acad Child Psychiat 3, (No 2):231, Apr 64 
Adaptive relationships in early mother-child 
Am J Nurs 66, (No 25:3141 , Feb 66. Innovations in the 

nursing role in a psychiatric research nrogram. 
Bull Div Ment Heaith Washington State Dep Inst, 7, 
(No 61:116, Nov-Dec 63. An accelerated intensive 
treatment program in a state hospital. 
Bull Div Ment Health Washington State Dep Inst, Vol IX, 
(No 4):140, Nov-Dec 65. Post hospital adjust- 
ment of Northwest Washington hospital-community 
pilot program patients. 
Bull Div Ment Health Washington State Dep Inst, Vol IX, 
(No 4):145, Nov-Dec 65. Appraisal of the 
Northwest Washington hospital-community pilot program 
by community resource persons. 
Ment Hosp Vo! 16, (No 2):95, ?• 95-98, Feb 65. Brief 

inpatient treatment-a pilot study. 
MH BUSSE, E.W., Duke U. Med. Cr., Durham, 

N.C. Effect of aging upon the central 
nervous ivstem 
Geriatrics 17:246, Apr 62. Inter-disciplinary 

research on aainn. 
J Genet Psychol 100:85, 62. Senescence and 

fiaural after-effects in two modalities. 
J Geront 16:340, Oct 6i. Comparison of attitudes 

tow^-d old aoe and mental illness. 
J Geront 17:180, Apr 62. Self-assessment of 

health status among the elderly. 
J Geront 17:197, Apr 62. EEG and intellec- 
tual function in senescence. 
Prcc 2nd Nat Conf Joint Counc to Improve 
Health Care of Aged , Chicago, 37, Dec 61. 
Aging vs illness. 
Social Forces 40:254, Mar 62. Activity and 
morale among the elderlv. 
OM-00900 MPG VISOTSKY, HAROLD M., Chicago Board of 

Health, Chicago, III. Community 
services for the unwed pregnant 
Proc One Day Inst, Kennedy Child Stud Ctr, New 
York, Dec 63. Integration of the mentally re- 
tarded in a community group service agency. 
HALL, P.B., Sunny Hills, San Anselmo, Cal. 
Developmental qrantto strengthen key personnel 
ROESSEL, R.A., Jr., Arizona State Univ., Tempe 

Influence of tvoe of school on indian personality 
ELIAS, ALBERT, New Jersey Reformatory, 
Bordentown, N.J. Continuity of 
treatment in a community resident 
Crime Delinquency, Jan 64. Halfway house 
aftercare for the released offender. 
MPG WIENER, LOUISE L., East Bay Activity Cr., 
Oakland, Cal. Group therapy with 
autistic children 
MPG GOLDFARB, A., 3700 Edison St., San Mateo, Cal. 
New research design for study of psychiatric case- 
finding methods 
MPG HAYASHI, S., Hawaii Dept. Hlth., Honolulu 

State mental health register and improved patient 
MGP BELLAK, LEOPOLD. City Hosp., Elmhurst, N.Y. 
Expansion of Trouble Shootinq Clinic 
Arch Gen Psychiat 10:267, Mar 64. Psychia- 
try in the medical-surgical emergency clinic. 


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MPG SLAWSON, ROBERT M., Stamford Community OM-00937 

Council, Stamford, Conn. Narcotics 
Addiction Service Center 
MPG SMITH, COLIN M., Univ. Saskatchewan, 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 

A study of home care in psychiatric patients OM-00938 

Am J Psychiat 121:52, 64. The comprehensive 

psychiatric unit in the general hospital. 
Canad J Pub Health 54:63, 64. Psychiatry, the 

family doctor and public health. 
Canad Med Assn J 88:360, Feb 63. Care of the 

psychiatric patient in the aeneral hospital. 
Canad Med Assn J 90:1032, 64. A survey of OM-00939 

psychiatric units in general hospitals in Canada. 
Canad Ment Health 12:15, Mar-Apr 64. Social 

psychiatry in Britian. OM-00940 

Canad Nurs 60:126, 64. Stone walls and iron 

Canad Psychiat Assn J 9:155, 63. A folTow-up MH-00944 

study of comparable mental and general hospital Rll 

patients. MH-00945 

J Am Geriat Soc 11:339, Apr 63. Geriatric- 
psychiatric home care programme. 
Proc Canad Ment Health Assn Ann Mtg, Toronto, 

63. More for the mind. 
Action for Mental Health, Basic Books, New 

York, 61. 
Psychiatric Patients . Univ Sask, Printihg~5erv, 
Saskatoon, p. 287, 64. A follow up study of 
non schizophrenic. 
Acta Psychiat Scand 41:236, 65. Follow-up and the 

measurement of change in psychiatric patients. OM-00947 

Lancet 2:1005. 65. General practice psychiatry. 
New Aspects of the Mental Health Services , Toronto, 65. 
The family doctor in a program of comprehensive 
psychiatric care. 
MPG HAUN, P., Dept. Inst, and Agencies, Trenton, N.J. 

Clerkship in psychiatric responsibilities of the OM-00951 

MH FINK, MAX, Hillside Hosp., Glen Oaks, N.Y. 

Altered brain function following electroshock OM-00952 

J Neuropsychiat 3:231, Apr 62. Mode of 
action of convulsive theraov. 
EP LAUER, D.W., Grad. Sch., Indiana U„ Blooming- 

ton Response variables in classical 
condition ina 
Bull Acad Polonaise Sci 9:121, 61. Chronic 
Dreoaration for salivarv conditioning. 
MPG COHEN, F., Mass. MH Res. Corp., Boston OM-00954 

A low-cost community mental health center 
MPG HOBBS, NICHOLAS, George Peabody Col., 
Nashville, Tenn. Residential schools 

for disturbed children ^ 

NatTiduc Assn^, Mar 64. Profiles ot teacner 
education institutions: George Peabody Col- 
lege for Teachers. 
MPG BINMEk, PAUL R., Fort Logan Mental Hlth. 
Cr., Ft. Logan, Colo. Fort Logan 
Mental Health Center Record System 
J Fort Logan Ment Health Ctr 1, (No 2), Winter 
63. Team morale, time utilization and treat- 
ment effectiveness . 
J Fort Logan Ment Health Ctr 1, (No 2), Winter MH-00955 

63 . Length of stay at the Fort Logan mental Rl! 
health center. 

J Fort Logan Ment Health Ctr 1, (No 2), Winter OM-00958 

63 . The Fort Logan record system ■ 
XFort Lbganlvlent Health" Cent 2,TNo 1) Spring 

64. Interjudge reliability of mental-status judg^ OM-00963 
_ ments. 

J Fort LoganTvTenTrleafth Cent"?, (NbTlTTTurn- 
mer 64. Variables related to prognosis: The re- 
lationship between actual treatment outcome 
and hypotheses drawn from the literature. 
PhD Thesis, IhWColorado, Nov 64. Intra-sTafF OM-00967 

conflict, morale, and treatment effectiveness 
in a therapeutic community setting. 
Proc Colorado Psychol Assn Winter Mtg, Jan 
62. The Fort Logan Mental Health Center OM-00968 

Record System. 
Proc Winter Mtg, Colorado Psychol Assn, Jan 
62 . The Fort Logan mental health center 
record system . 
W1CHE Report, Dec 63 . The impact of the 
computer: A report on the training institute in 
mental health electronic data processing . 
J Fort Logan Ment Hlth Ctr, 141, Vol 2, Fall, Nov 64. 

Fort Logan staff opinions about mental illness. 
Day Care of Psychiatric Patients , C C Thomas, Springfield, 
III, 64. Day hospital service as part of an integrated 
psychiatric treatment program. 
MPG DONAHUE, G.T., Union Free Sch. Dist. # 16. 

Elmont, N.Y. Education and 

rehabilitation of childhood schizophrenics 
TARWATER, J.S., Bryce Hosp., Tuscaloosa, 
Ala. Development of a central 
statistical department 
SACHS, R.R., Los Angeles Hlth. Dept., Cal. 
Study of acute psychiatric patients in Los Angeles 
County MH-00969 



MPG MAGNER, GEORGE, National Assn. Social 
Workers, N.Y.C. Hospital social 
work supervisors institutes 
Staff Development in Mental Health Services, Nat Assn 

bocial Workers, bb 
MPG PELOSI, JOHN J., Rhode Island Dept. 
Social Welfare, Providence, R.I. 
Research development in a state 
mental health program 
Rhode Island Med J 47:21, Jan 64. Effects of 
delayed auditory feedback on process-reactive 
MPG SHEEHAN, JANE P., Minnesota Dept. of Hlth., 
St. Paul, Minn. Public health nursing 
for released mental patients 
MPG PAYNE, MARION F., Arkansas State Hosp., 
Little Rock, Ark. Integration of 
hospital and community services 
MPG VENABLE, J.H., Ga. Dept. Publ. Hlth., Atlanta 

Survey on education of children in mental hospitals 
BS FUNKENSTEIN, DANIEL H., Dept. Psychiatry, 

Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, Mass. 
A study of the perceptions by schizophrenic 
patients, peptic ulcer patients and controls of 
parental roles as they relate to authroity, affection 
and role model 
J Consult Psychol 27, Dec 63. Note on test- 
ing conditions. 
Acute Psychotic Reaction, Psychiat Res Rep 
16 Am Psychiat Assn, May 63 . The acute 
brain syndrome in geriatric patients. 
MPG BROWN, RACINE D., South Carolina Mental 
Hlth. Commission, Columbia, S.C. Crisis 
intervention in pre- and early school years 
Proc Am Orthopsychiat Assn 42nd Ann Mtg, 65. Crisis 
intervention in pre-school and early school years: The 
Sumter child study project. 
MPG MATTISON, BERWYN F., American Pub. Health 
Assn., N.Y.C. Guide for public health 
control of alcoholism 
MPG ROSS, ROBERT T., Cal. State Dept. Mental 
Hygiene, Sacramento, Cal. Analysis of 
a century of state hospital records 
Calif Ment Health Res Monogr No. 37657 
Evolution of treatment methods at a hospital 
for the mentally retarded. 
Psychiat Quart (Suppl), Part 1, 64. "A~case of 
folie a deux in early California. 
MPG BRICKMAN, HARRY R., Los Angeles Co. 
Mental Health Dept., Los Angeles, 
Cal. Evaluation of a local 
community mental health orooram 
Am J Psychiat, Sep 65. On the treatment of the poor. 
Am J Psychiat, Apr 66. The psychoanalyst as community 
Proc Am Psychiat Assn, Hawaii, Aug 65. Cultural problems 

in psychiatric therapy. 
Proc Am Psychiat Assn, Atlantic City, May 66. Racial 

factors in patient selection. 
Proc Am Pub Health Assn, Chicago, III., Oct 65. Mental 
health consultation in schools: Preliminary appraisal 
of urban program. 
MPG SHELLY, J.A., Kings Co. Probation Dept., 

Brooklyn, N.Y. Drug addicts treated by 

nalline, group therapy and probation supervision 
MPG WINDHAM, GERALD 0., Mississippi State Univ., 
State College, Miss. Comprehensive 
oriented alcohol education program 
MPG SMITH, DORIS, Contra Costa Council of 

Community Services, Walnut Creek, Cal. 
Realizing the potential of underDrivileged 
Psychol Rep 9:681, 61. Comments on learning 
in osvchotheraov. 
MPG KRUSH, THADDEUS P., State Univ. South 
Dakota, Vermillion, S.D. Mental 
health project for Indian boarding 
MPG KRUSH, THADDEUS P., Col. Med., Univ. 
Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. Staff 
experimentation in Community Services Division 
Bull Menninger Clin 28, (No 2):77, Mar 64. 

The search for the golden key. 
Proc A sshTvTent Hosp ChapTaTns Ann Mtg, Los 
Angeles, Calif, May 64. Shepherd without a 


Proc ibtn Nat Rural tiealtn uont, Hot springs, 
Ark, p. 11, Sep 63. Newer concepts and 
challenges in mental health (part II). 
Acta Paedopsychiat 30, (No 11-12):361, 63. 
Medical logistics in child psychiatry. 
Ment Hosp 16 (No 5), May 65. Using community craft 

classes for outpatient occupational therapy. 
Nebraska Med J 50 (No 3), Mar 65. Staff experimentation in 

a community services division. 
Patient Care Through Sociological Concepts , John Wiley & 
Sons, Inc, New York, 66. Consideration of alternative 
help sources by persons selecting psychiatric help for 
personal problems. 
EP DENNISTON, R.H., II, Grad. Sch., U. Wyoming, 

Laramie Effects of hormonal factors 
on certain drives 


OM-00970 MPG WILSON, ALAN B., Sch. Letters, Sci., 

Univ. California, Berkeley, Cal. 
Realizing the potential of underprivileged 
MH-00975 MPG SHIRAISHI, T.J., Olive View Hosp., Cal. 

R 11 Treatment of alcoholism in a tuberculosis hosDital 

OM-00976 MPG McKEE, JOHN M., State Board of Corrections, 

Montgomery, Ala. Self-instructional 
program for youthful offenders 
OM-00977 MPG FUNKE, ARTHUR S., Minnesota Dept. Public 

Welfare, St. Paul, Minn. Evaluation 
of a state mental health program 
Ment Hyg, Jan 66. Mental health systems and the solution 
of community problems. 
OM-00978 MPG O'BRIEN, THOMAS E., Big Brothers of 

America, Philadelphia, Pa. An experi- 
mental study of services for fatherless 
OM-00979 MPG MaclVER, ROBERT M., New School Social 

Research, N.Y.C. A conceptual 
framework for iuvenile delinouencv 
OM-00981 MPG BOYLE, TERRENCE J., Ohio Department of 

Health, Columbus, Ohio Community 
Alcoholism Programs Demonstration Proiect 
OM-00982 MPG RUTTENBERC, BERTRAM A., Mercy-Douglass 

Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa. Music therapy 
project for psychotic children under 7 
ASHA 5, Dec 63. The status of professional 

training in speech pathology and audiology-1963. 
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MH-00986 MPG FELDMAN, P. E., Topeka State Hosp., Kansas 

Rll Architectural modification to meet functional 

Therapy by Design, CC Thomas, Springfield, III, 
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sensitivity of three methods of evaluating drug- 
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Fed Proc 24, (No 2, Part l):548, 65. Touriquet 
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sensitivity of measurement of drug effects in 
expert swimmers. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 141:100, 63. Effects 
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voltage of the electroencephalogram and time 
New Eng J Med 270:825, 64. Reduction of postoperative 
pain by encouragement and instruction of patients: A study 
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OM-00988 MPG GOOLISHIAN, HAROLD A., Univ. Texas Med. 

Branch, Galveston, Tex. Middle class 
delinquent youth, a study of families 
Dis Nerv Syst 24, (No 12):1, Dec 63. Family 
therapy in the treatment of the brain damaged 
Psychiatry 27, (No 1):86, Feb 64. Neurosis in 
the family, and patterns of psychosocial de- 
fense: A study of psychiatric epidemiology. 

OM-00990 MPG SCHWARTZ, ARTHUR L., Assn. for Help of 

Retarded Children, New York, N.Y. 
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teenagers in a social grouo. 
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Work & Recreation, Assn for Help of Retarded 
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Program Changes to Meet the Needs of Retarded 
Young People in a Changing World. Assn for 
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OM-00992 MPG GOODMAN, GERALD M., Stiles Hall Univ. 

Y.M.C.A., Berkeley, Cal. Interpersonal 
relations project 
OM-00993 MPG POLSKY, HOWARD W., Jewish Board of 

Guardians, N.Y.C. Exploration 
of psychosocial pathology and 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 13:290, 61. 
Simple non-polarizable electrode for chronic 

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Juvenile Court Judges J 14, (No 2), Jun 63. 

Judge-probation officer relationships. 
Juvenile Court Judges J 14, (No 2), Jun 63. 
Psychological and personality factors in delin- 
Juvenile Court Judges J 14, (No 2):24, Jun 63. 

The role of juvenile court judge. 
Juvenile Court Judges J 14, (No 4):21, Winter 
64. Basic psychodynamics, adolescence and 
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Judges Look at Themselves , Ctr Behav Sci, 
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Juvenile Court Judges Directory and Manual. 
Nat Counc Juvenile Court Judges, Chicago, 
II!, 63. 
HOFFER, J.R., Natl. Conf. Social Welfare, 
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Strengthening Family Life for Children 
WILLIAMS, T.G., Dept. MH, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Clinical visitation to aftercare clinics 
DAVENPORT, RICHARD K.', Jr., Yerkes Lab., 
Primate Biol, Inc., Orange Park, Fla. 
Effects of earlv experience on psychological 
Hpvp I oompnt 
Am J Ment Defic 66:849, May 62. Stereotyped 

movements of mental defectives. 
Am J Ment Defic 67:879, May 63. Stereotyped 
movements of mental defectives. II. Effects 
of novel obiects. 
Am J Orthopsychiat 31:803, Oct 61. Maternal 

care during infancy. 
Arch Gen Psychiat 8:99, Jan 63. Stereotyped 

behavior of the infant chimoanzee. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 54:588, 61. Perception 

of food size in the chimoanzee. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:235, 62. Effects of 
stimulus presentation variables upon chimpan- 
zee's selection of food by size. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:1044, 62. Effects of 
stimulus size and proximity upon avoidance of 
complex obiects in rhesus monkevs. 
J Comp Psysiol Psychol 56:78, Feb 63. Effects 
of environmental restriction upon the chimpan- 
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J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:329, 63. Effects of 
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Percept Motor Skills 15:127, 62. Individual dif- 
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Science 134:1531, Nov 61. Preference for clear 
versus distorted viewing in the chimoanzee. 
KURLAND, A., Maryland Dept. Hlth., Baltimore, 
Maryland Field visits 

to observe programs in narcotic addiction 
WOMACK, M.H., Neighborhood Assn., Houston, 
Texas Clayton homes development 

program--A total neighborhood approach 
PAPPAS, W., State Hosp., Jamestown, N.D. 
Study of member employee and foster care 
programs in operation 
WOOLMAN, MYRON, Inst. Educational Research, 
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method for mentally handicaooed 
Am J Ment Defic 67:274, Sep 62. Adaptation of 
progressive-choice method for teaching reading 
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STERNBERG, T.H., U. California, Los Angeles 

JAQUITH, W.L., Bd. Mental Inst., Jackson, Miss. 

Study of need for psychiatric services for 


SPRINCE, HERBERT, Med. Sch., Univ. Penn- 
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Indole 

metabolism in schizophrenia 
Ann NY Acad Sci 96:399, Jan 62. Indole me- 
tabolism In schizophrenics. 
LURIE, ABRAHAM, Hillside Hosp., 

Long Island, N.Y. Discharged psychiatric 

patients social rehabilitation 
MITCHELL, WILLIAM E., Hope Fdn., Inc., 

Montpelier, Vt. Student volunteers 

with troubled children 
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Nursing programs, staffing patterns and inter-de- 

oartmental relations in institutions for the retarded 
GAYLIN, S., Westchester County, White Plains, 

N.Y. Patient 

profile Westchester Mental Health Clincs 
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New York, N.Y. Administration of property 

of the mentally disabled 


OM-01028 MPG REEVES, P.G.. Jr.,. South Carolina Mental 

Health Comm., Columbia, S.C. Mental 
health data collector service 
MH-01029 MPG McCALL, J., Mercyknol!,WestJ4a£fe«(rCohn. 

Rll Mental health training institute for religious 

OM-01030 MPG McCAFFREY, ISABEL, Mental Hygiene Research 

Unit, Syracuse, N.Y. Follow-up of 
oroblem children in elementary schools 

Instruction Hillsborough Co., Tampa, Fla. 
School social work imoact on achievement 
and behavior 
MH-01Q34 MPG WATKINS, C, Central Louisiana State Kosp., 

Rll Pineville An adjunct to rehabilitation of the 

mentally ill 
OM-01?36 MPG ROOT, ARTHUR, Altro Health and Rehabilita- 

tion Services, N.Y.C. Rehabilitation 
of the mentally it'! young adults 
OM-01038 MPG ALLEN, RICHARD C, Grad. Sch., George 

Washington Univ., Washington, D.C. 
A study of the law governing mental 
George Washington Law Rev 32:234, Dec 63. 

Civil incompetency in the District of Columbia. 
Sc ientif ic Pr oceedings in Summary Form , Am 
"PlycfnatA'ssn, (Mo r42H07, 64. Guardian- 
ship and other protective services for the 
mentally incompetent. 
OM-01039 MPG JAYNE, CLARENCE D., Univ. Wyoming, Laramie, 

Wyo. Development and tryout of an 
interview form on aging 
MH-01044 BS WOLF, STEWART G„, Oklahoma Med. Res. Fdn., 

Oklahoma City, Okla. Psychological 
interactions on a metabolic ward 
9M-Q1044 MPG KASS f WALTER, Jewish Guild for the Blind, 

N.Y.C. A mental health center for 
disturbed blind children 
Proc Am Qrthopsychiat Assn Ann Mtg, 64. The nature of 

prejudice towards blindness as related to ethnic prejudices. 
Mew Outlook for Blind, Mar 65. Communication break-down 
in the blind, emotionally disturbed child. 
OM-01045 MPG CAREK, DONALD J.. Univ. Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich, Day -care treatment of 
emotionally disturbed children 
Am J Hum Genet 14:220, Jun 62. Hereditary 
comoonetits in a osvcholoaica! test batterv. 
Int J Group Psychother 8:52, Jan 63. Parallel 
group psychotherapy with the parents of 
emotionally disturbed children. 
MPG FRIEDMAN, IRA, Cleveland Psychiatric Inst., 
Cleveland, Ohio Effects of high and 
low structured hospital milieus 
Arch Gen Psychiat 14.-386, Apr 66. Intermittent patienthood: 

The hospital career of today's mental patient. 
MPG DEANE, WILLIAM il, Vermont State Hospital, 
Waterbury, Vt Basic vocational 
training for chronic schizophrenics 
MPG OGLESBY, R., Bryce Hosp., Tuscaloosa, Alabama 

linoroving nursing of the mentally ill 
MPG STEHMAN, VA, Deot. Mental Health, Lansing, 
Mich, and JASLQW, ROBERT I., Plymouth State 
Home and Training Sch., Northville, Mich. 
Institutionalization of mentally retarded 
MPG KOCH, RICHARD, Childrens Hosp., of Los Angeles, 
Los Angeles, Cal. Phenylketonuria in 
school age retarded children 
Exceptional Child 27:260, Jan 61. Attack 
on phenylketonuria: A pilot study. 
BS GOTTSCHALK, L.A., Univ. Cincinnati, Col. Med. 

Ohio Objectification of verbal behavior 


Arch Gen Psychiat 4:109, 61. 
Manipulation of Human B ehavior , Wiley and 

Sons, New York, 61. 
Psychosom Med 23:211, Jul-Aug, 61. Hos- 
tility in hypertension. 
Psychosom Med 24:300, May-Jun 62. Vari- 
ations In magnitude of emotion. 
Xbgrapeutic Words.. International Univ Press, 
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analysis of two psychotherapeutic interviews. 
OM-01055 MPG KONOPKA, GiSELA, Sch. Social Work, 

Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
The adolescent girl in conflict 
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OM-Q10S9 MPG MOSS, FEMTON E„ Col. Med., Univ. Utah, 

Salt Lake City, Utah Characteristics 
and needs of oroblem alcoholics 
Brochure: Family Stud Ctr, Univ Chicago, 63. Skidrow 

in American cities. 
Quart J Stud Alcohol Vol 14, 63. An interpretation of medical 
and psychiatric approaches In the treatment of alcoholism. 
OM-01060 MPG FOLEY, ivSATTHEYV F„ Catholic Charities, 

Brooklyn, N.Y. Arribas juntos- 
Forward together 
MH-01061 EP FELDMAN, ROBERT S„ Grad. Seh„ Univ. 

Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. The 
modification of fixated aire' convulsive 
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J Exp Anal Sehav 6, (No 3):393, &3. A method 
for rapid conditioning of stable avoidance bar- 
pressing behavior. 
J Neuropsychiat 3:254, Apt 62. Prevention 

of fixations with chlordiazenoxide. 
J Neuropsychiat 3 (Suppi 1):S27, 62. Re- 
sponse differences of psychotropic drugs in 
rats during chronic anxiety states. 
Psychopharmacologia, 64. Further studies on 

assay and testing of fixation-preventing drugs. 
Psychopharmacologia 6:143, 64. The depressive 

effect of chlordiazepoxide on a negative incentive. 
Psychopharmacologia, 64. The depressive ef- 
fect of Librium on negative incentives. 
NeufoasyclioBharmaco logy ■ Elsevier Pub Co, 
Amsterdam, Vol 3, 64. Comparisons of the 
benzodiazepines with other tranquilizers during 
conflict and chronic anxiety states. 
MPG LORETAN, JOSEPH G., Board of Education, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. Junior High 
guidance classes for potential drooouts 
MPG HITCHMAN, IRENE L„ Spring Grove State Hosp., 
CatonsviHe, Md. Foster care— An 
alternative to hospitalization 
RAD FURCHTG0TT, ERNEST, Col. Libera! Arts, 

Univ. Tennessee, Knoxvilie, Tenn. Behavioral 
effects of fetal x-irradiation 
J Comp Physiol Psych, v. 54 ,p-336, 61 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:69, 62. Avoid- 
ance conditioning after irradiation. 
J Genet Psychol 132:257, 63, Adjustment to 
food deprivation cycles as a function of age 
and prenatal X-irradiation. 
Radiat Res 17:614, Oct 62. Low-level gamma 
irradiation and audiogenic seizures. 
MPG BG0NIN", NATHANIEL N'/, Child Guidance Cr., 
Mercer County, Trenton, N.J. Adjustment 
problems in iuvenile diabetes 
MPG DUFFY, ELEANOR P., Visiting Nurse Assn. 
Eastern Union County, Elizabeth, N.J. 
Mental health consultation for public 
health nurses 
MPG MAGOON, THOMAS M„ Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Maryland, College Park, Md. Employ- 
ment fol!ow-uo of a new tvoe of trainee 
Int Ment Health Res Newsletter 5, (No 3-4), 
Fall-Winter 63. A potential source of mental 
health manpower: Carefully selected, mature 
MPG BAIN, MARY D., Greater Lawrence Guidance 
Cr., Lawrence, Mass. Crisis focused 
treatment in a child guidance clinic 
Biber, B., Bank St. Col. Educ.. N.Y.C. 
MPG FARRIS, BUF0RD E., Jr., Wesley Community 
Centers, San Antonio, Tex. Neighborhood 
aooroach to Mexican-American gangs 
Proc Nat Conf Social Welfare, Chicago, III., May 66. 
Responsible ward-heelers: Neighborhood workers as 
MPG ELDRED, DONALD M., Vermont State Hosp., 
Waterbury, Vt. Use of programmed 
instruction with d isturbed students 
"Rehab Lit 2i, (i'f6~T2;;366, UecW. comments 
on the use of programmed instruction with 
disturbed students. 
MPG GUYLER, CATHRYN S., Council Social Work 
Education, New York, N.Y. Developing 
social work manpower for mental health 
MPG RAFFERTY, FRANK T„ Sch. Med., Univ. 

Maryland, Baltimore, Md. Pilot project on 
home management of family crises 
MH LINZER, EDWARD, National Assn. Mental 

Health, N.Y.C. A film about mental 
health careers 
MPG KAUFMAN, M. RALPH, Mount Sinai Hosp., N.Y.C. 
The future roie of psychiatric units in 
oeneral hospitals 

The Psyc hiatric Unit in a General Hospital". Its 
Current and Future Role , Int Univ Press, Inc., 
New York, 65. 
MPG HICKS, MARTHA B., Florida State Board 
Hlth., Jacksonville, Fla. Mental 

health psychiatric nursing staff development 
A ging and Personality . John Wiley & Son, New 

York, 62. 
Chemotherapy in Emotio nal Disorders . McGraw- 
Hill Book Co, New York, 61. 
Contemporary Head Nursing . MacmillanCo, New 

York, 62! 
The Doctor and H is P atient . Russell Sage Fdn, 

New York, 63. 
The Dogma o f Christ . Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 

New YorkT&TT! 
Group Psychotherapy in Nursing Practice . Mac- 

millan Co, Mew York, 63" 
How to Function Eff ectively as a Teacher in the 
Clinical Area, Springer Pub Co, New York, 62. 
Interacting with Patients . Macmillan Co, New 

York, 63. 
Manual for Psychiatric Case Study . Grune & 

Stratton, New York, 62. 
The Me ntal Patient Comes Home , John Wiley & 
Son, New York, 63. 


The Nu rse and Her Pr oblem Patients . Springer 
Pub Co, New York. 63. 

Term Patient . Sprir. ier 

Nursing Care of the Long- 

Pub Co, New York, 63 










Occupational Therapy in Dynamic Psychiatry , 

Am Psycliiat Assn. Washington, 62. 
One Little Boy. Julian Press. New York. 62. 
Outlin e of Psychiatry, McGraw-Hill Book Co. 

New York, 62. 
Preparing Objectives for Programmed Instruction , 

Fearon Pub, San Francisco. 62. 
Psychiatric Nursing— A Basic Manual . F A Davis 

Co, Philadelphia, 61. 
Societ y. Culture and Drinking Patterns , Jonn 

Wiley 5i Son . New York . 62 . 
The Soci o logy of Religion. Beacon Press, 

Boston, 63. 
Some Clinical Approaches to Psychiatric Nursing. 

Macmillan Co, New York, 63. 
The Cry for Help . McGraw-Hill Book Co, New 

York, 61. 
The Impact of Freudian Psychiatry . Univ Chicago 

Press, Chicago 61. 
The Wolfendsn Report , Basic Books, New York, 


Tnerapeutic Communication , W W Norton & Co, 
New Yo'k. 61. 
MPG BiSSFLL, DWIGHT M., City of Jan Jose 
Health Deot., San Jose, Cal. Study of 
oeace officers' personnel records 
MPG RIESS, B.F-, Postgraduate Cr. Psychotherapy, 

N.Y.C. Rejection of treatment by applicants for 
EP DYKMAN, ROSCOE A. Set,. Med., Univ. 

Arkansas, LitUe Rock, Ark. The 
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Am J Physiol 201:437, Sep 61. Cardio- 
vascular conditioning in doos. 
Psychiat Res Rep 14-91, 61. Psychophysiologi- 
cal reactions of "normals" and psychiatric 


Psychosorrnyiecr24r(No 2): 1/7, Mar-Apr 62. 
Inhibition of urine flow as a component of the 
conditional defense reaction. 

Psychosom Med 25:37, Jan-Feb 63. Physio- 
logical reactivity to different stressors and 
methods of evaluation. 
MPG 0TTENSTE1N, DONALD, South Shore Mental 

Health Assn., Quincy, Mass. Communication 
patterns in a community after-care 
MPG RENO, G.M., Menorah Med. Cr„ Kansas City, Mo. 
Menorah medical center day care exploratory 
BS WHITING, JOHN W.M., Grad. Sch. Educ, 

Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass. Develop- 
ment of self control in children 
Merrill -Palmer Quart 7:20, 61. The absent 

father and cross-sex identity. 
Psychological An.'hrnnnlnnv Dorsey Press, 
Holmwood, III, 61. Anthropological studies 
of dreams . 
Psychological Anthropology, Dorsey Press, 
Holmwood, III, 61. Socialization process 
and personality. 
Six Cu ltures: S tudies o f Child Rearing, John 
Wiiev ancfSoriS. NY. 63. 
MPG SOAR, ROBERT S„ Univ. South Carolina, 

Columbia, S.C. An integrative approach 
to classroom learning 
Harvard Eauc Rev 32, (No 3):302, Summer 62. 
Deliberate instruction anri household structure: 
A cross-cultural study. 
Sex and Behavior . John Wiley & Sons, New York, 65. 
Menarcheal age and infant stress in humans. 

MH WRIGHT, HERBERT F., Grad. Sch., Univ. Kansas, 
Lawrence, Kansas Children's behavior in 
communities differing in size 
Am Psychol 16, 61. A cinematographic study of 
classroom behavior patterns. 
MPG DEUTSCH, MARTIN, New York Med. Col., N.Y.C. 
Relationship of language development to 
social class 
Am J Orthopsychiat 33, (No 55:813, 63. The in- 
tellectual development of slum children: Some 
preliminary findings. 
Am J Orf.rtopsychiat~33, (No 55:823, 637 The 
world -> f the urban slum child: Some 
early ftndir. 
j Nurs Fjdue 19, (No 3) , 63. Nursery education: 
i he influence of social programming on early 
J Soc Issues 20:24, 64. Social influence in 

Negro-white intelligence differences. 
J Soc Issues 20:127, 64. Guidelines for testing 

minority group children. 
New Era in Home and School, Mar 64. A pre- 
school enrichment program tor disadvantaged 
Compen satory Education Orie ntation Day. 
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p. 28, Dec (:3. Some aspects of compensatory 




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EfacaT Tpy 'nT3 est e s?Ff Areas, leachers Coll 
Bureau Pub, New York, 63. The disadvantaged 
child and the learning process: Some social, 
psychological, and developmental considerations. 
Integrating the Urban Sch ool , Teachers College 
Bureau Pub, New York, 63. Dimensions of 
the school's role jn the problem of integration. 
The S c hool DropoutT Nat Educ Assn, Washington, 
D.C~., 64. Early social environment: Its in- 
fluence on school adaptation. 
ZEAMAN, DAVID, Univ. Connecticut, Storrs, 
Conn. Learning and transfer in mental 
Am J Ment Defic 68:734, 64. Discrimination 
learning without overt response or reward in 
Am J Ment Defic 69:79, 64. The effect of distinc- 
tive responses on discrimination reversals in 
Am J Ment Defic 69:239, 64 Verbal learning 
and retention as a function of number of lists 
in retardates. 
Child Develop 33:355, Jun 62. Approach and 

avoidance in discrimination learninq. 
Child Develop 33:481, 62. Mongoloid MA is 

orcoortionai to Loci CA 
Child Develop 35:635, 64. Oddity performance in 

retardates. I. Acquisition and transfer. 
Child Develop 35:645, 64. Oddity performance 
in retardates. II. Size discrimination functions 
from oddity and verbal methods. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 54:223, 61. Delayed 

response in retardates . 
J Comp Physio! Psychol 55:856, 62. Some cue 
properties of anticipated rewards in discrimin- 
ation learning of retardates. 
J Exp Child Psychol 1:89, 64. Variability 
of irrelevant stimuli in discrimination learning 
of retardates. 
J Exp Child Psychol 1:123, 64. A comparison 

of similarity and odditv. 
J Exp Psychoi 63:444, 62. Reversal and non- 
reversal shifts in discrimination learning in 
retardates . 
J Exp Child Psychol 2:255, 65. Dimensional shifts and 

reversals in retardate discrimination learning. 
The Biosocial Basis of Mental Retardation, Johns Hopkins 
Press, Baltimore, Md., 65. Retardation discrimination 
MPG " WALKER, M.B., Berkeley Workreation Comm., 
Cal. Berkeley Workreation 
BIRKY, M.M., Council for Retarded Children, 
Mishawaka, Ind. Observation of community 
GOLDSTONE, SANF0RD, Col. Med., Baylor 
Univ., Houston, Texas Time sense 
in normal and osvchooatholooic states 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 65:273, 62. Anchor 
effects, spatial judgements, and schizo- 
phrenia . 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 68:346, 64. Constancy 
of absolute judgments of size by normals and 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:302, 63. Hyper- 
thermia, hyperthyroidism and time judgement. 

J Exp Psychol 67:483, 64. Direct comparison of 
auditory and visual durations. 

J Gen Psychol 70:369, 64. Auditory and visual 
time judgment. 

J Psychol 54:33, 62. Time judgment and 
schizophrenia: Step interval as relevant con- 
textual factor. 

J Psychoi 54:159, 62. Time judgment and 
schizophrenia: Psychophysical method as 
relevant contextual factor. 

J Soc Psychol 61:303, 63. Sociometric status 
and apparent duration. 

Percept Motor Skills 14:222, 62. Replication: 
Effect of subliminal shock. 

Percept Motor Skills 14:318, 62. Effects of 
alcohol on apparent duration. 

Percept Motor Skills 14:366, 62. Comparison 
of tactile and auditory time ludgment. 

Percept Motor Skills 14:333, 62. Influence 
of subliminal stimuli on judgment of length. 

Percept Motor Skills 14:475, 62. Effects of 
subliminal anchors upon judgments of size. 

Percept Motor Skiils 15:28, 62. Time esti- 
mation and osvchooatholoqv. 

Percept Mclor Skills 16:376, 63. Time judg- 
ment: A comparison of filled and unfilled 

Percept Motor Skills 16:648, 63. Time judgment 
and level of aspiration. 

Percept Motor Skills 17:286, 63. Proprioceptive 
involvement, psychophysical method and 
temporal judgement. 

Percept Mot Skills 17:763, 63. Judgment of 
filled and unfilled durations: Intersensory 
factors . 














Percept Mot Skills 19:606, 64. Properties of 
sound and the auditory-visual difference in 
time judgment. 
Psychol Bull 61:176, 64. Adaptation level, per- 
sonality theory and psychopathology. 
PhD Thesis, Univ Houston, 63. Time judgment 

and schizophrenia: Intersensory factors. 
Percept Motor Skills 19:446, 64. Properties of 
sound and the auditory-visual differences in 
time judgment. 
Hallucinations, Grune and Stratton, New York, 
261, 62. Psychophysics, reality and 
OM-01122 MPG TINE, SEBASTIAN, Senior Citizens, Inc., 

Nashville, Tenn. Retraining adults in 
community services employmen t 
"Gefontologist n, llMo l;:s, Mar 64. Ketraming 
older adults for employment in community 
Mind Matter 9, (No l):lt>, Mar b4. Ketraming 
senior citizens for new careers in community 
MPG SHAFTER, A.J., Enid State Sch., Okla. 

Visitation to institutions for the mentally retarded 
Univ. Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. 
Demonstration of therapy for retardates 
with communication disorders 
Thesis, PhD, Purdue Univ, 64. Perceptual and expressive 

skills: A study of the mentally retarded. 
MPG RAPAPORT, W., Pub. Hlth., Welfare, San Mateo, 
Cal. Regional integration 

of oublic osvchiatric services 
MPG KAPELOFF, H.B., Texas Assn. MH, Austin, Tex. 

Summer work experience program for youth 
MPG SIGURDSON, H.R., U. So. California, Los 
Angeles Methodology for uniform social 
agency data collection 
MPG ENOS, F.A., Central Wisconsin Colony, Madison 
Program planning for state-wide evaluation center 
MPG ZWERLING, ISRAEL, Albert Einstein Col. 
Med., Yeshiva Univ., N.Y.C. Clinical 
center for family and small group 
J Clin Psychol 20, (No 3):369, Jul 64. Some 
MMPI dimensions of physical and psycholog- 
ical illness. 
Am J Psychiat 122:1095, Apr 66. A two-year follow-up 
evaluation of acute psychotic patients treated in a day 
Family Proc 5:105, 66. Communicator-communicant 

approach to family interaction research. 
Proc Am Psychiat Assn Mtg, May 66. A "high expectations" 

halfway house: A follow-up. 
Proc Am Psychiat Assn, May 66. Evaluation of a program 

for training attendance teachers in the field of mental health. 
Proc Am Psychiat Assn, May 66. Psychiatry vs. history: 
American psychiatry's misevaluation of the medieval 
withchcraft epidemic. 
Proc Am Psychiat Assn, May 66. Family structure, family 

crises and psychiatric emergencies. 
Proc Eastern Psychol Assn Mtg, New York, Apr 66. Study 
of two community mental health training techniques in a 
public school setting. 
MPG HOCH, E.L., American Psychological Assn., 

Washington, D.C. Research and demonstration 
in pupil personnel services 
MPG SOUTHARD, CURTIS, Montgomery County 
Health Dept., Mental Health Cr., 
Silver Spring, Md. Comprehensive 
community care for the mentally ill 
MSM PROBSTEIN, I., Central Wisconsin Colony and 
Training Sch., Madison, Wis. Use of a 
newsletter to promote multidisciplinary 
education for the retarded 
MH TYLER, FORREST B., Univ. Southern Illinois, 

Carbondale, Illinois The development of 

behavior patterns in children 
Child Develop 33:427, 62. Motivational 

changes during preschool attendance. 
J Genet Psychol 101:69, 62. Relationships 

among motivations of parents and their children. 
Psychol Monogr: Gen, Appl 76:1, 62. A thresh- 
old conception of need value. 
OM-0II39 MPG EDDY, MAX", Purdue Research Fdn., Lafayette, 

Indiana A cooperative job training program 
for retarded vouth 
Indiana Industr Educ Assn Bull 33, (No 1), Nov 

64. Retarded youth— Evansville. 
Indiana Teacher 109, (No 1), Sep-Oct 64. 
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MPG MESNER, "D.C, U. Nebraska, Lincoln Pilot 

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Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Research on 
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MPG ABRAMS, ARNOLD, Roosevelt Univ., 
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Dis Nerv Syst, Sep 63. Group psychotherapy as primary 

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responsibilities of mental health professionals. 
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based community mental health activities. 
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64. Chicago area plan for workers' mental health. 
Unfinished Tasks in the Behavioral Sciences, Williams and 

Wilkins Co, Baltimore, 64. Lditors. 
MPG GANSER, L.J., State Dept. Pub. Welfare, Madison, 
Wis. Travel Project—District mental health 
MPG SHAFER, V.W., Harding Hosp., Worthington, 

Ohio Psychiatric nursing supervisor training 
MPG OSNOS, ROBERT J. B., Greenwich House 

Counseling Cr., N.Y.C. NYU-Greenwich 
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outpatient basis. 
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addicts and delinquent non-addicted peers. 
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veneral disease. 
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Hearinq loss in children with cleft palates. 
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MPG PROBSTEIN, IRWIN, Dept. of Public Welfare, 
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MPG MELICAN, THOMAS P., Catholic Soc. Services 
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scale case findina Droaram in Cincinnati. 
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Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y. Mobilization 
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MPG LOEB, MARTIN B., Sch. Social Work, 
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and co gnitive style. 

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MPG PASCIUTTI, JOHN J., Vermont Education Assn., 
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MPG STONE, NELLIE D., New Jersey Assn. 
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MPG TAYLOR, CHARLES E., Memorial Hosp., 
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MPG MOTT, THURMAN, Jr., Spring Grove State Hosp., 
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MPG SCHOPLER, ERIC, Univ. Nortb Carolina, 
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MPG SPEERS, REX W., Sch. Med., Univ. 
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MPG RAPOPORT, LYDIA, Sch. Social Welfare, 
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MPG HAUN, PAUL, Division Mental Health and 
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MPG KRIMMEL, HERMAN E., Western Reserve 
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MPG McCOY, EARL, Auraria Community Cr., 
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face of neighborhood bliaht 
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and mental illness 
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resoonse conditioned in a sinale trial. 
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YorkT^fifTkl. Carotid and vertebral cather- 
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on retention in a delayed-response test. 
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sliort-term memory. 
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Winston, 66, p. 237. A functional review of memory. 
MPG DOBROF, ROSE, Hebrew Home for Aged, 
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an institution for the aged 
MPG KAUFMAN, HAROLD F., Social Sci. Res, Cr., 
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A behavioral measure of community leadership. 
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Mass. Gen. Hosp., Boston, Mass. Studies 

on the metabolism of the brain as related to 
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sinale unit activity in central nervous tissue. 
MPG EVANS, N.C., Kingsley House and New Orleans 
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MPG MORSE, WILLIAM C., National Education 

Assn., Washington, D.C. Public school 

classes for the emotionally handicapped 
MPG WITTSON, C, Nebraska Psychiatric Inst., Omaha, 
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statistical reporting 
MPG JAMES, BERNARD J., Univ. Wisconsin, 
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MPG ISAACSON, JOHN, Rochester State Hosp., 
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psychotic patients. 
MPG LIVENSTEIN, M.A., Metropolitan Alcoholic Rehab. 
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MPG ENOS, FRANCIS A., Jane Wayland Child Cr., 
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MPG KENT, ELIZABETH L., Grad. Sch., Lafayette 
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inservice education in nursing 
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MPG MEAD, NIRNA E., 448 Kensington Drive, 
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aoe chanaes in areolar ojamentation. 
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hand-wrist ossification. 
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size in children's conceptual behavior. 
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of achievement behavior. 
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conflictful ideas. 
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size and arowth during first three vears. 
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and somatoDsvchics from birth to three vears. 
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Genetics of Oral Structure, Univ Chicago Press, 
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MPG WILLIAMS, T. GLYNE, Dept. MH and Menial 
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osvchiatric services 
MPG PASTO, TARMO A., Sacramento State Col. 
Fdn., Sacramento, Cal. ARS gratia 

homini;--Ar» therapy helps mental patient 
MH Wenger. M.A., Univ. California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

MPG BECK, J.C., Massachusetts Mental Health Res. 
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chronic schizophrenic 
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Mass. Competitive and cooperative 
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chemistry and oroblem-solvinq. 
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inexpensive and simple solid state timer. 
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de I'apprentissage sur la chimie et I'anatomie 
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MPG SHELLY, JOSEPH A., Supreme Court State of 
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MPG VERNON, CHARLES R., North Carolina Dept. 
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Carolina tri-countv osvchiatric case 
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Pittsburgh, Pa. Adrenal glands and 
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of aimalicine and tetrahvdroalstonlne. 
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TOWLER, R7D77 JrTTTIraa'rSchTJTr'Alabahia, 
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consultation program 
DORSCH, GRAYDON, Colorado Stste Dept. Pub. 
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orientation and orogram development 
RADAUSKAS, BRUNO, Spring Grove State 
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family agencies 
SIGURDSON, H.R., U. Southern California, Los 

Anqeles Probation studv feedback 
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KAMINSKY, S., National Assn. Retarded Children, 
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MPG MASTERS, HUGH B., Univ. Georgia, 

Athens, Ga. Vocational-educational 
university program for select retirees 
MPG MCCARTHY, R.G., Grad. Sch., Rutgers State U., 
New Brunswick, N.J. Planning session of 
Rutgers school of alcohol studies 
MPG DENNISTON, JOSEPH C., Clover Bottom Hosp. 
and School, Donelson, Tenn. A study 
of programming for training the blind 
MPG WORTIS, JOSEPH, Jewish Hosp., 
Brooklyn, N.Y. Analysis of 
case records of retarded children 
BS GUNTER, L.M., Sch. Nurs., MeHarry Med. Col., 

Nashville, Tenn. A study of mothers of 

premature infants 

Am J Obstet Gynec 86:333, Jun 63. Psychopath- 
ology and stress in the life experience of 
mothers of premature infants. 
MPG LOHMAN, JOSEPH D., Univ. California, Berkeley, 
Cal. Effect of variation in probation 
supervision practice 
MHPG LINZER, EDWARD, National Assn. for Mental 
Health, New York, N.Y. Mental health 

association staff training institute 
Proc 6th Ann Ment Health Assn Staff Council 
Inst, Miami Beach, Fla, Jun 63. The mental 
health association in planning for comprehen- 
sive community mental health services. 
MPG HOFF, EBBE C, Med. Col. Virginia, Richmond, 
Va. Alcoholism program development 

MPG MILES, DONALD G., Fort Logan Mental 
Health Cr., Fort Logan, Colo. 
Evaluation of work as therapy for psychiatric 
Rehab Rec US Dept Health Educ Welfare, 15:33, 65. 
Work and the mental patient. 
Nutr Gantt, W.H. , Johns Hopkins Univ. , Baltimore, Md. 

BS WEISS, W., Boston U., Mass. 

Drive states and opinion change 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 62:133, 61. 
Psychol Rep 8:377, 61. 
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MPG BARRETT, BEATRICE H., Walter E. Fernald 
State Sch., Waverly, Mass. A behavior 

evaluation program for retarded children 
Am J Ment Defic 67:424, Nov 62. Institution- 
alized retarded children. 
J Nerv Ment Dis 135:187, Sep 62. Condi- 
tioned reduction of multiple tics. 
J Exp Anal Behav 7, (No 6):430, Nov 64. A periscope for 

behavior observation. 
Proc Sympos New Conceptual Approaches Ment Retard, Oct 
64. Invited presentation at scientific meeting: "Functional 
definition of operant reflex components." 
Case Studies in Behavior Modification, Holt, Rinehart, and 
Winston, New YorK, 05. Keduction in rate of multiple 
tics by free operant conditioning methods. 
Conditioning Techniques In Clinical Practice and Research , 
Springer, New York, p. 303, 64. Reduction In rate of 
multiple tics by free operant conditioning methods. 
Experiments In Behaviour Therapy, Pergamon Press, p. 237, 
64. Reduction In rate of multiple tics by free operant 
conditioning methods. 
OM-01357 MPG KLAPPER, ZELDA, League Sch., Brooklyn, 

N.Y. Criteria to assess and educate 

schizophrenic children 
OM-01358 MPG WILNER, DANIEL M., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Psycho- 
social factors in housing for the aged 
Gerontologist 6:28, 66. The California survey of retirement 

Gerontologist 6:35, 66. Low income, early retirement, and 

tax policy. 
Geronotologist 6:39, 66. Economic poverty: The special 

case of the aged . 
Proc Southwest Anthropol Assn Ann Mtg, Davis, Cal, Mar 66. 
The social-anthropological approach to a modern social 
problem: The ethnography of a retirement community. 
UCLA Sch Pub Health, 65. The aged poor: Incomes, assets, 

and homes. 
Retirement Housing in California, Diablo Press, Berkeley, 
Cal. 66. 
MH-01364 BS WARREN, J.M., Humanities and Science, Stanford 

Univ., California Effect of prefrontal 

lobectomy on responses to stress 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 54:130, Apr 61. Effect 

of brain damage in fish. 
J Comp Neurol 118:17, Feb 62. Orbitofrontal 

lesions in cats. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:293, Jun 62, Vi§ual 

defects after orestriate lesions. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:1130, 62. gertiea! 

lesions and manipulation. 
J Genet Psychol 100:215, 62. Reversa.1 learning 
bv horse and racoon. 
OM-01366 MPG BIJOU, SIDNEY W., Sch. Arts, Scj., 

Univ. Washington, Seattle, Wash. 
The Rainier School programmed learning 
Programed Instruction 3, (No 7):1, Apr 64, 
Programed reading from the teacher's, geint of 

J Exp Child Psychol 65. Classroom behavior of retarded 

pupils with token reinforcement. 
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Case Studies in Behavior Modification, Holt, Rinehart, and 

Winston, New York, 65. 
Reading in the Experimental Analysis of Child Behavior and 
Development , Appleton Century Crofts, New York, 66. 
A programmed instruction classroom for educable retardates. 
OM-01368 MPG SPRINGER, DONALD, Beth Abraham Home, 

Bronx, N.Y. Sheltered workshop in 
a nursing home 
MH-01370 EP THOMAS, GARTH J., Univ. Illinois, Urbana, 

III. Behavioral functions of the 
limbic system 
Ann Rev Psychol 13:71, 62. Neurophysiology 

of learnin q. 
ElectroencepTil^in 7\leuropFJysiol 18:36, 65. An 
electrographic study of the hippocampus and 
neocortex in unrestrained rats following septal 
Exp Neurol 9:107, 64. Septal lesions enhance 

shock avoidance behavior in the rat. 
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of lesions in cingulum on maze learning and 
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J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:959, 63. Impairment of avoidance 
responding by lesions in cingulate cortex of rats depends 
on food drive. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 60:353, 65. Ablation of cingulate 
cortex in rats impairs alternation learning and retention. 
Thesis, Ph D,J F Brugge, 63. Electroencephalographs 

changes following septal lesions in the unrestrained rat. 
MH L'ABATE, LUCIANO, East Carolina Col., Green- 

ville, N. C. Transfer and anxiety in learning 

of nonsense syllables 
Am J Psychol 75:251, Jun 62. Transfer of 
MPG ROY, IRVING, Catholic Social Service, 
Stockton, Cal. The effectiveness of 
two treatment methods 
MPG LURIE, OLGA R., Mental Health Assn., 
White Plains, N.Y. Childhood 
emotional health — Research design 
Gerard, R.W. , Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
MPG LARSEN, VIRGINIA L., Mental Health Research 
Inst., Ft. Steilacoom, Wash. Attitudes 
and stresses affecting perinatal adjustment 
Health Services, Las Cruces, N. Mex. 
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oroiect leaders 
MPG McPARTLAND, THOMAS S., Greater Kansas 
City Mental Hlth. Fdn., Kansas City, Mo. 
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EP HAGAMEN, WILBUR D., Sch. Med., Cornell 

Univ., N.Y.C. Forebrain lesions and 
affective behavior 
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Anat Rec 142:271, 62. Behavioral and EEG 
asymmetry following unilateral lesions of mid- 
brain and forebrain in cats. 
Anat Rec 145, (No 2), Feb 63 . Pharmacologi- 
cal protection against the pulmonary hemorrhage 
and edema produced in rats by preoptic lesions. 
Fed Proc 22, (No 2), 63 . Effects of central 
stimulation on evoked auditory potentials in 
the cat . 
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Microscope as a stereotaxic Instrument for 
the rat . 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 56, (No 2):298, 63. 
Sexual mounting of diverse objects in a group 
of randomly selected, unoperated male cats . 
OM-01386 MPG HO RNSTRA, ROBIJN K., Greater Kansas 

City Mental Health Fdn., Kansas 
City, Mo. Termination of 
treatment in an after-care clinic 
OM-01389 MPG SEARS, WILLIAM F., McKinley County Family 

Consultation Service, Inc., Gallup, N. Mex. 
Community treatment plan for Navajo 
problem drinkers 
MH-01393 MH BIBRING, G.L., Beth Israel Hosp., Boston, Mass. 

Study of the psychological course of 
Psychoanal Study Child 16:25, 61. A study 
of psychological processes in Dreonancv. 
OM-01393 MPG BROTMAN, RICHARD, New York Med. Col., 

New York, N.Y. A day-night center 
for addicted persons 
MH-01394 MH CLAUSEN, J., Training Sch. Vineland, N.J. 

Ability structure in the mentally 
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ROWLAND, LOYD W., Louisiana Assn. Mental 

Health, New Orleans, La. Police 

handling of mental Datients 
FORD, LEE-ALLEN, Commission on Alcoholism, 

Montgomery, Ala. Study of alcoholic 

felon rehabilitation orograms 


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MPG RIESE, HERTHA, Rt. 2, Box 397, 
Glen Allen, Va. Success and 
failure in educational therapy 
J Am Med Worn Assn 19, (No 4):307, Apr 64. 
Intangibles of psychotherapy. 
MPG BLACK, BERTRAM J., Altro Work Shops, Inc., 
N.Y.C. Study of systems of work therapy 
in relation to European backgrounds 
MPG MEILE, RICHARD L., Nebraska Psychiatric 
Inst., Omaha, Neb. Social 
psychological factors in psychiatric referral 
MPG GOLDFARB, ALLAN, Dept. Pub. Health and 
Welfare, San Mateo, Cal. A study 
of psychiatric case-finding methods 
MPG CHAFETZ, MORRIS E., Sch. Psychiatry, 
Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., Boston, Mass. 
Initial contact, emotional crisis and the 
urban America ana the Planning ot Mental Health ; 
Services , Group for Advancement Psychiatry, 
New York, 64. 
J Nerv Ment Dis 140:442, 65. The effect of a psychiatric 

emergency service on motivation for psychiatric treatment. 
JAMA 195:626, 66. Treatment of psychosocial crises in the 

emergency service of a general hospital. 
Psychol Rep 16:1152, 65. Use of letters to increase 
motivation for treatment in alcoholics. 

Sch. Social Work, 
Mass. Control of gang 


OM -01432 


Boston Univ., Boston 
Boston Univ Sch Soc Work J 1:24, 62. City 
gangs: A preview of the midcity delinquency 
Psychiatry 25:283, Aug 62. Rejoinder to 
analysis and reinterpretation of 'Aggression 
in a boy's street corner group'. 
Social Problems 10:168, Fall 62. The impact 
of a 'Total-community delinquency control 
MPG WILLIAMS, HARRY B., Southern Regional 
Education Board, Atlanta, Ga. 
Development and use of mental health 
MPG MEYER, EUGENE, Johns Hopkins Hosp., 

Baltimore, Md. Brief psychotherapy in a 
psychosomatic clinic 
PET ELLIS, FRED W., Sch. Med., Univ. North 
Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. Adrenal 
function in experimental alcoholism 
Fed Proc 21:339, Mar-Apr, 62. Effect of ethanol 
on Dlasma corticosterone concentration in rats. 
MPG BRIGGS, THOMAS L., National Assn. Social 
Workers, N.Y.C. Social work 
personnel utilization in mental 
MPG NOTMAN, RALPH R., University Hosp., Inc. 
Boston, Mass. Integrated care of mental 
illness--Prospective study 
MPG BERMA, GERTRUDE K., Luther E. Woodward 
Sch., Freeport, N.Y. Work habilita- 
tion for severely disturbed adolescents 
MH FOLDES, FRANCIS F., Mercy Hosp., Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Anticholinesterase activity of 

phrenotrooic drugs 
J Neurochem 9:559, 62. The distribution of 
acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterasel 
in the human brain. 
Psychopharmacologia 4:232, 63. The in vitro 
inhibitory effect of psilocybin and related cornH 
pounds on human cholinesterases. 
MPG LIDDLE, GORDON, Univ. Maryland, 
College Park, Md. Research and 
demonstration in pupil personnel service 
Bull Nat Assn Secondary School Principals 47, 
(No 287):38, Dec 63. Pupil services: Status 
and outlook. 
Educational Leadership, Oct 63. Guidelines for 

research in pupil services. 
Personnel Guidance J, Sep 63. Pupil personnel 
work: A prospectus for research. 
MPG BRODY, SYLVIA, Lenox Hill Hosp., N.Y.C. 
Effects of guidance on maternal behavior 
with infants 
MPG WOLINS, MARTIN, Sch. Social Welfare, Univ. 
California, Berkeley, Cal. Child care 
in cross cultural perspective 
Child Welfare p. 369, Oct 63. Some theory and 
practice in child care: A cross-cultural view. 
Child Welfare, Jan 65. Another view of group care. 
Soc Serv Rev, Dec 64. Political orientation, social reality, 

and child welfare 
MH REED, SHELDON C, Univ. Minnesota, Minneapo- 

lis, Minn. Mental retardation and heredity 

J Hered 53, (No 4):153, Jul-Aug 62. The re- 
lationship of human welfare to marriage selec- 
MPG TEICHER, JOSEPH D., Sch. Med., Univ. 
Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Factors in adolescent suicide attempts 
PMY SMITH, ALFRED A., New York Univ. Med. Cr., 
New York, N.Y. Autonomic activity and 







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Biochim Biopfiys Ada 86:429","64. Uehydroxy- 
lation of some catecholamines and their 
J Pediat, Nov 63. Response to intradermal 
histamine in familial dysautonomia, a 
diagnostic test. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther, Nov 63 . Metabolism of 
dl-norepinephrine-7-H3 in rabbits tolerant to 
Nature 190: 167. 61. 

New Eng J Med 268:705, 63. Abnormal 
catecholamine metabolism in familial 
BAUER, RALSTON S., Circle F Club, Inc., 
Minneapolis, Minn. Adjustment day center 
for adult mental patients 
KROEPSCH, ROBERT H., Western Interstate 
Comm. Educ, Boulder, Colo. Western 
council for mental health training and 
CHAVERN, HUGH E., St. Francis Gen. Hosp., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Planning grant for 
Community Mental Health Center 
GRAGG, LOGAN, Jr., Eastern State Hosp., 
Lexington, Ky. Social worker-nurse 
clinical team in eastern Kentucky 
SCHNEIRLA, T.C., American Museum Natural 
History, New York, N.Y. Behavior develop- 

ment and tension adjustment to stress 
Nature 194:257, Apr 62. The Atsl: An observer- 
to-comouter svstem for behavioural studv. 
nker, R.R. , Michael Reese Hosp. , Chicago, III. 
BALZER, MRS. FRANC, Junior Village, 
Washington, D.C. Role of 
volunteers in child growth in an 
LOURIE, REGINALD S., Res. Fdn., Children's 
Hosp., Washington, D.C. Etiology of 

pica as an addiction in children 
Clin Proc Child Hosp 18:207, Aug 62. Pre- 
valence of ingestion and mouthing of nonedible 
substances bv children. 
Psychol Rec 13:249, Jul 63. Cultrual influences 
and symptom choice: Clay-eating customs in 
relation to the etiology of pica. 
HALL, P.B., Sunny Hills, San Anselmo, Calif. 
Development grant to strengthen key 
WEINER, LEONARD, Boston State Hosp., 
Boston, Mass. General practitioner 
psychiatric consultation program 
Hosp., Boston, Mass. Home 
treatment— Final evaluation of all phases 
CHAFETZ, MORRIS E., Massachusetts 
Gen. Hosp., Boston, Mass. 
Preventive intervention in alcohol- 
related conditions 
W0OTTON, RAYW., Idaho Dept. Health, 
Boise, Idaho Intervention In 
disintegrating isolated families 
SULT, WILLIAM M., Florida School 
for Boys, Okeechobee, Fla. 
Training school for boys at 

McGLOTHLIN, WILLIAM J., Belknap Campus, 
Univ. Louisville, Louisville, Ky. 
Career motivation study and recruitment 
ADAMS, WILLIAM T., Western Interstate Comm. 
Higher Education, Boulder, Colo. 
Education programs for juvenile correctional 
brochure: l-aculty bummer Placements in Isolated 
Correctional Institutions , West Interstate Compi 
Higher tduc, Boulder, Colo, Mar 65. 
SHEEHAN, JANE P., Minnesota Dept. Health, 
Univ. Minnesota Campus, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Public health nursing in Minnesota's 
aftercare plan 

KALISH, H.I., Adelphi Col., Garden City, Liny 
The effect of motivation and conflict on stimulus 
J Exp Psychol 65:176, 63. Generalization: I. 
Generalization gradients from single and mul- 
tiple stimulus points. II. Generalization of 
ANDREW, GWEN, Michigan Dept. Mental 
Health, Lansing, Mich. Operations 
research applications in mental health 
MCCARTHY, JAMES J., Sch. Education, Univ. 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Program 
development for institutionalized MR 
STEVENSON, HAROLD W., Univ. Texas, Austin, 
Texas Development and evaluation of 

a method for observing children's social behavior 
J Genet Psychol 99:253, 61. Method for 
simultaneous observation and analysis of 
children's behavior. 
MANLEY, HARRY A., Bu. Rehabilitation, 
Washington, D.C. A community 
residential treatment program 


OM-0I463 MPG LAKIN. MARTIN, Duke Univ. Med. Cr., 

Durham, N.C, Sensitivity training — 
Therapy and professional 
Contemn Psvchol 10, (No 2):50, Feb 65. Guilt and qrouos. 
Nurs Res 14, (No 2):132, 65. Sensitivity training and nursing 
education: A process study. 
OM-01469 MPG CHORE, HAROLD D., Dept. Public Health 

and Welfare, San Mateo, Cal. 
Demonstration of integrated health 
and welfare 
OM-01470 MPG ZWERLING, ISRAEL, Albert Einstein Col 

Med., N.Y.C. Walk-in Clinic and 
Day Hospital 
OM-01472 MPG WYLIE, MARY L., Sch. Social Work, 

Univ. Kansas, Lawrence, K'ans. 
Mobilization of aqina resources 
for community service 
MH-01475 PMY MALMO, ROBERT B., Sch. Med., McGill Univ., 

Montreal, Canada Neuropsychological 
investioations of animals and man 
Am J Psychol 76:140, Mar 63. A visual rating 

scale for prints of finger-sweat. 
Canad J Psychol 17:1, 63. On central and 
autonomic nervous system mechanisms in 
conditioning, learning, and performance. 
PhD Thesis, McGill Univ, 63. The relation of 
EEG and heart rate to learning and performance 
in the rat. 
OM-01475 MPG RADliM, SHERWIN $., 409 West Genesee St., 

Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse scholastic 
rehabilitation research project 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 60:1, 65. Classical and instrumental 

conditioning with septal stimulation as reinforcement. 
J Exp Psychol 71:184, 66. Cognitive factors in impairment: 

A neuropsychological study of divided set. 
Neuropsychclocia 4:9, 66. Effects of striate cortex ablation 
on intensity discrimination and spectral intensity distri- 
bution in the Rhesus monkey. 
Psychol Bull 64:225, 65. Physiological gradients and 

Psychol Rev 72:240, 65. Comment on the exchange of 

theoretical notes between Smith, and Black and Lang. 
Psychonom Sci 2:189, 65. The effects of amygdaloid 

stimulation on passive avoidance. 
Psychonom Sci 2:255, 65. Temporal discrimination In rats 

during continuous brain stimulation. 
Psychonom Sci 2218, 65. Comment on article by 

Schwartzbaum and Donovick. 
Psychonom Sci 3:111, 65. Disrupting position habit 

reversal by septal stimulation. 
Psychophysiology 1:231, 65. Finger-sweat prints in the 

differentiation of low and high incentive. 
Psychophysiology 2:75, 65. A cardio pre-ampllfier for the 

free-roving rat. 
Psychophysiology 2:79, 65. A respiration transducer for the 
OM-01480 MPG WEILAND, I. HYMAN, San Fernando Valley 

Child Guidance Clinic, Sherman Oaks, 
Cal. Open end, drop in, child 
auidance project 
OM-01482 MPG KAUFMAN, M. RALPH, Mount Sinai Hosp., N.Y.C. 

Core mental health unit in a general 


Anal Biochem 9:1 , Sep 64. Electrophoretic 
separation of catecholamine metabolites and 
the quantification of norepinephrine-7H3 metab- 
olites in man. 
Brochure: Residency Training Program, Mount 

Sinai Ho s p, New York, 64. 

Bull Am Psychiat Assn 7:4, Nov 64. The role 
of psychoanalysis in psychiatric residency 
Hospitals 38, Feb 64. A network of clinics for 


Int J Group Psychother 14, (No 4) , Oct 64T 
The effect of group psychotherapy on anaclitic 
Int J Soc Psychiat, Congress Issue. 64. Mul- 
tiple family therapy: Further developments. 
J Am Psychoanal Assn 12:2, Apr 64. In memoriam: 

Felix Deutsch. 
J Mount Sinai Hosp 31:4, Jul 64. On the 

psychology of medical observation. 
Ment Hosp, Jan 64. Two national reports: A 

Ment Hyg 48:4, Oct 64. Family organization on 

a modern state hospital ward. 
New York J Med 64:9, May 64. Child psychiatry 

division in a general hospital. 
Psychiat Quart 38:2, 64. Education for psychiatry. 
Psychiat Quart 38:3, Jul 64. A catatonic episode 

in a mathematician. 
"I rends Psychiatry 1, (No 1), 64. A report on 
how the psychiatric unit in one community 
general hospital is meeting this challenge. 
E volution of Psychosomatic Concepts Anorexia 
Nervos a: A Par adigm . Int Univ Press. 64. 
OM-01483 MPG KAHN, ROBERT L., Montefiore Hospital, 

New York, N.Y.C. Interagency staff 
OM-Oi484 MPG KRAFT, ALAN M., Fort Logan Mental 

Health Cr., Fort Logan, Colo. CCMHC 
demonstration—Maximum transitional 

OM-01485 MPG BVALT, JACK R., Massachusetts Mental 

Health Cr,, Boston, Mass. Part-time 

hospitalization in two different settings 
Massac husetts Mental Heaith Center: Services 
and Research. 65. 
Brochure. Boston. 64. What vou can do about mental health. 
Brochure, Boston, Jun 64. Massachusetts mental health 

center: Service, trainina. research. 
Brochure. Boston. Feb 65. Space to care for children. 
Mass Ment Health Or Demonstration Ofc, Spring 65. 
Brochure: Manual of services, policies and administrative 
procedures of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. 
Ment Hosp Vol 16, (No 7), Jul 65. Massachusetts introduces 

students to mental health careers. 
Ment Hyg Vol 49, (No 4>, Oct 65. Mental health club 
OM-01487 MPG HUGHES, ROBERT B., Southeastern Mental 

Health Cr., Sioux Falls, S.D. Comprehensive 
mental health center serving rural area 

State Univ., Columbus, Ohio Vector and 

scanned-toooqraohical electroencephalography 
Aerospace Med 34, (No 4):349, Apr 63. On 
synchrony of the alpha rhythms. 
OM-01499 MPG HOLZBERG, JULES D., Wesleyan Univ., 

Middletown, Conn. College student 
involvements with mental patients 
OM-01500 MPG COWEN, EMORY L., Univ. Rochester, River 

Campus Sta., Rochester, N.Y. Early 
detection and prevention of emotional 
Child Develop 36:685, 65. The relationship of anxiety in 
school children to school record, achievement and behavioral 
OM-01508 MPG KASWAN, JAQUESW.', Grad. Sch., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Consultation 
for psychological problems in children 
M-1513 MH Barker, R.G., Univ. Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. 

J Geront 16:144, Apr 61. 
OM-01513 MPG WILKINSON, CHARLES B., Greater Kansas 

City Mental Health Fdn., Kansas City, Mo. 
Greater Kansas City Mental Health Foundation- 
Psychiatric Receiving Center 
MH-01516 MPG SYNDER, CHARLES R., Grad. Sch., Southern 

Illinois Univ., Carbondale, III. 
Research Sociologists' Conference 
Proc Kes bocioi uont Alcohol Probl, southern 
Illinois Univ, Ch. 3, p. 32, Apr 64. Toward 
a propositional inventory on drinking behavior. 
OM-01517 MPG NEAL, ROBERT L., Ada S. McKinley 

Community Services, Chicago, III. 
Patterns of retardation of lower class 
Negro children 
OM-01519 MPG RICHARDS, GUY A., Utah State Training Sch., 

American Fork, Utah Program develop- 
ment based on social competency 
OM-01520 MPG BOCKOVEN, J. SANBOURNE, Cushing Hosp., 

Framingham, Mass. A training program 
for work with the aged and dying 
J Hum Relations, Vol 13, 65. The realm of death: "An 

emerging field of psychological research. 
Contributions to the Psychobioiogy of Aging, Springer, New 
York, 65. Engrossment and perspective in later life: 
A developmental-field approach. 
MPG WEINER, HYMAN J., Sidney Hillman Health Cr., 
N.Y.C. Mental health rehabilitation for 

a u nion popu lation 

Tndustr buTTp~ 2~, "Oct 64 . 7*~union tignts mentall 
illness. Amalgamated Clothing Workers New 
York joint board and men's clothing industry 

prepare experimental project. 
MPG SHIRAISHI, T J., Olive View Hosp., Olive View, 
Cal. Interim support for alcoholism treatment 
MH SHAKLEE, ALFRED B., Univ. Denver, Denver, 

Colorado Effects on learning of central de- 

pressants compared to electrically induced 
J Genet Psychol 102:19, 63. Studies in oper- 
ant conditioning. I. Acquisition of a panel 
pressing response. 
J Genet Psychol 102:27, 63. Studies in oper- 
ant conditioning. II. Response increment during 
J Genet Psychol 102:33, 63. Studies in oper- 
ant conditioning. III. Learning in the rat with- 
out prior experimental adaptation. 
OM-01527 MPG GOLDBERG, MARTIN, Inst, of Pennsylvania 

Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa. Mental 
health of persons in flight 
MH-01530 EP ROSNER, BURTON S., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Psychophysiology 

of somesthesis 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 14:331, 62. 

Human recovery functions . 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 14:697, 62. 

Somatic evoked response distribution. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 24, (Suppl): 
43, 63. Properties of cerebral somatic 
evoked responses in unanesthetized Cebus 
monkey . 





Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 24, (Suppl): 
68, 63 . The effects ef barbiturate anesthesia 
upon human somatosensory evoked respor.sis. 
J Exp Psycho! 61:400, May 61. 
Psychology; A Study of a Science. McGraw- 
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MPG BECKER, ALVIN, Boston State Hosp., 

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MPG ZINTZ, MILES V., Univ. New Mexico, 

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MPG SAREYAN, ALEX, Mental Hlth. Materials Cr., 
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MPG GUISS, RUSSELL L., Oregon State 
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MPG KLIEWER", DEAN, Prairie View Hosp., Newton, 
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Sci Am 208:96, 63. The nature and measure- 
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209,61. Group theory, personality and 
roie: A model for research. 
Meaning and Measurement of Neuroticism and 
Anxiety, Ronald press.. New York, 61. 
RADAUSKAS, BRUNO, Spring Grove State 
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workers for activity group therapy 
3ANDURA, ALBERT, Univ. Stanford, Stanford, 
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child behavior disorders 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 63:311, 61. Identifi- 
cation as process of incidental learning. 
SCHULTZ, HERBERT F;, State Colony, Woodbine, 
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Prof oundly mentally retarded 
ACUFF, CHARLES ET", Arkansas Children's 
Colony, Conway, Ark. improved care 
for the profoundly and severely retarded 
VOEGELE, GEORGE E., Governor Bacon Health 
Cr., Delaware City, Del. Intensive treatment 
unit for mentally ill youth 
DICKERS0N, WILLARD W., Caro State Hosp. 
for Epileptics, Caro, Mich. 
Patient oroqress through an improved 
nursina orooram 
HOiLINGEBEAO, A.B., Social Science Res. Cr., 
Univ. Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Mental health 
and illness in interactions between individuals and 
selected aspects of their socio-cultural environ- 
Sociol Soc Res 46, Jul 62. Lower socioeco- 
nomic status and mental illness. 
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Enriched environment for young retarded 
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ton, Vt. Psychomotility, drugs, and 
schizophrenic rehabilitation 

Perceptual and Motor Skiiis, v.l2,p.27, 61 
Am J Psych , v.117, no. 10 .0.932 , 61 
OM-01752 MPG ABRUZZ0, ANTHONY M., Lapeer State Home and 

Training Sch., Lapeer, Mich. 
Reconstructive surqery and coordinated 
MH-01753 EP DENENBERG, V.H., Purdue U., Lafayette, !nd. 

Effects of early experience and age upon 

Anim Behav 11:21, Jan 63. Interrelationships 
of shock and critical periods in infancy as 
they affect adult learning and activity. 

Canad J Psychol 16:72, 62. Infantile stimu- 
lation and emotional itv. 

Canad J Psychol 18, (No 1):1, 64. Stimulus 
intensity versus critical periods: A test of two 
hypotheses concerning infantile stimulation. 

Child Develop 33:65, 62. Effects of maternal 
factors UDon orowth and behavior of the rat. 

Endocrinology 72:439, Mar 63. Modification of 
sexual develoDment throuoh stimulation in 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 54:170, 61. Effects of 
duration and distribution of infantile experi- 
ence on adult learninq. 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 54:685, 61. Infan- 
tile handlina and adult mortality. 

J Comp Physiol Psychoi 55:813, 62. Critical 
periods of development in the rat. 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:819, 62. Infantile 
shock upon emotionality at weanino. 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:1096, 62. Effects of 
preweaning and postweaning manipulations up- 
on problem-solving behavior. 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:307, 63. Effects of 
infantile stimulation and aoe UDon behavior. 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:3i3, 63. Maternal 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 56, (No 5):877, 63. 
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Psychol Rep 14:43, 64 . Effects of avoidable 
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Psycnol kev"il, two si-.ub, Sep &4. Critical 
periods, stimulus input, and emotional re- 
activity: A theory of infantile stimulation. 

The Behavio ur of Domestic Animals. Ballliere, 
Tindall & Cox, London, 110, 62. Effects of 
earlv experience. 
OM-01754 MPG CROWE, R.R., Nashville Metro Psychiatric 

Hosp., Nashville, Tenn. After-care 
OM-01755 MPG SCHURTER, BETTYE S., Clover Bottom Hosp., 

Sch., Donelson, Tenn. Improved 
resident reevaluation and outpatient 
OM-01757 MPG KELLEY, FRANCIS P.", Mansfield State 

Training Sch., Mansfield Depot, Conn. 
Mansfield resident improvement plan 
OM-01758 MPG BOWMAN', PETER W., Pineland Hosp. and 

Training Cr., Pownai, Maine Speech 
and Hearing Center 
MH-01759 BS BOURNE, L.E.. Jr., Grad. Sch., U. Utah, Salt 

Lake City information feedback variables 
in concept formation ' 

Am J Psychol 74:410, Sep 61. 
Am J Psychol 76:229.. Jun 63. Factors affecting 
strategies used in problems of concept-forma- 
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relevant information upon identification of 
J Exp Psychol 61:329, 61. Concept identifica- 
tion as function of intra- and interdimensional 
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and concept learninq. 
J Exp Psychol 65:139, 63. Effects of misinform- 

ative feedback. 
J Exp Psychol 67, (No 4):392, Apr 64. Forms 
of relevant stimulus redundancy in concept 
J Exp Psychol 67, (No 5):439, May 64. Concept 
learning as a function of availability of previous- 
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J Gen Hsychoni::^bl, bi>. Hypotne'seTahlT 
hypothesis shifts in classification learning. 
Psychonom Sci 1:209, 64. Differences among 
modes for portraying stimulus information in 
concept identification. 

OM-01760 MPG GRAGG, LOGAN, Eastern State Hosp., 

Lexington, Ky. Total planning for 
patient care— A first step program 
OM-01761 MPG LINDBERG, THEODORE F., Medfield State 

Hosp., Harding, Mass. Rehabilitation 
of chronic mentally ill 
Arch Gen Psychiat 12:237, Mar 65. Rehabilitation of 

chronic schizophrenics. 
Dis Nerv Syst 26:350, Jun 65. Behavior therapy— Use 

in a sheltered workshop. 
Ment Hosp 16:279, Oct 65. Intensive rehabilitation for 

chronic patients. 
Ment Hyg 49:358, Jul 65. Work as a therapeutic tool 
in the state hospital. 
























MH-01762 BS COHEN, N.E., Western Reserve U., Cleveland 

Institutional climate and accessibility to treat- 
Child Welfare 7, Sep 61. Bellefaire follow- 

uo study. 
J Health Hum Behav 111:105, Summer 62. Verbal 

inaccessibility in young adolescents. 
Merrill-Palmer Quart Behav Develop 8:33, 62. 

influences on verbal accessibility. 
Soc Serv Rev 36:385, Dec 62. Peer-group 
structure and a child's verbal accessibility. 
State Hosp., Waltham, Mass. 
Intensive rehabilitation program 
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Worcester, Mass. Day and after care 
in a hosDital mental health center 
FINN, FRED F., Seaside Regional Cr., 
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institutionalization of the retarded 
GILIBERTY, FRANK R., Southbury Training Sch., 
Southbury, Conn. Training program for 
profoundly and severely retarded 
BUTTIMORE, DENNIS J.', North Jersey Training 
Sch., Totowa, N.J. Improvement of language 
skills in retarded children 
BARCNE, PAUL L., Nevada State Hosp., 
Nsvada, Mo. An accredited 
program of theraoeutic education 
KILLIAN, E.W., Denton State Sch., Denton, OM-01775 

Tex. Child development and training 
KELLY, MILES F., Arkansas State Hosp., 
Little Rock, Ark. Instituting 
comDrehensive hosoital treatment 
FULMER, THOMAS E,. Southeast Louisiana Hosp., 
Mandeville, La. Adolescent community 
domiciliary care Drogram 
KEMP, HARDY A., Larned State Hosp., Larned, 
Kans. Mental hospital staff recruitment- 
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III. Interpersonal perception and 
personality assessment 
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tion amonq Dutch children. 
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Sociometry 24:157, 61. 
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and sionificant others bv Indians and Americans. 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 62:442, 61. Interpersonal 

perception scores and their components as pre- OM-01779 

dictors of personal adjustment. 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 65:308, 62. Leader atti- 
tudes and group creativity. MH-01780 
J Soc Psychol 55:191, 61. Perceived acceptance 

as a determinant of confonnitv behavior. 
J Soc Psychnl 56:149, 62. Perception of others 
by adjusted and maladjusted subjects as re- 
flected in measures of perceptual space. 
Pub Opin Quart 26:236, 62. Effects of partisan- 
ship on perceptions of political figures. 
Sociometry 26:271, 63. The perception of non- 
group members: A test of Merton's reference 
group theory. 
MH-01775 PMY FULLER, JOHN L., Roscoe B.Jackson Mem. Lab., 

Bar Harbor, Me. Effects of drugs on 
psychological development 
Am J Orthopsychiat 31:254, Apr 61. 

J Comp Physiol Psychol 54:13, 61. OM-01780 

Am Zool 4:101, 64. Physiological and population 

aspects of behavior genetics. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 96:199, 62. Effect of drugs 

on psychological development. ^^ OM-01781 

Arch fieri i Psychfat 7:125, 62. Programmed life 
histories: A technique for "psychiatric" re- 
search in animals. OM-01786 

Behaviour 20, (No~3-4):343^ 63. Some rela- 
tionships betveen early experience and later 

social behavior in ducklings. MH-01787 

Discovery o. 18. Feb 64. The K-ouooies. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:57, 62. Effects of 
CS intensity and quality in avoidance con- 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:606, 62. Alcohol 
choice in Wistar and G-4 rats as a function 
of environmental temperature . 
J Comp Physio! Psychol 57, (No 1):85, 64. 

Measurement of alcohol preference in genetic OM-01788 


j~£omp Physiol Psychol 58:453, 64. Discrimina-i 
ted operant avoidance learning in Wistar and G+ OM-01791 

4 rats as a function of type of warning stimulus. 
J Exp Anal Behav 4:351, 61. Effects of chron- 
ically administered chlorpromazine on multiple- OM-0T792 
schedule performance. 
J Exp Anal Behav 5:259, 62. Effects of chlor- 
promazine on appetitive and aversive com- OM-01794 
oonents of a multiple schedule. 
.1 Exp Anal Behav 5:383, 62. The operant 

control of voc2li7ation in the doo. M-1795 BS 

J Exp Anal Behav 6:29. 63. Effects of unavoid- 
able shocks on a multiple schedule having an 
avoidance component. 

J Nerv Mem Dis 135:5, 62. Heredity, animal 

behavior and osvchiatrv. 
Percept Motor Skills 18:299, 64. Controlled 
visual input and exploratory activity in 
C57BL/6J mice. 
Percept Motor Sk ills ^IWOT, 65. Evaluation of 
a visual discrimination task for the analysis of 
the genetics of a mouse behavior. 
Proc Animal Care Panel 12:183, 62. Purebred 

doas in Dsvcholooical and mental health research. 
Proc 11th Int Congr Genet 3:789, 65. From 

genes to behavioral traits. 
Proc 3rd World Congr Psychiat 3:223, 64. 
Effects of experiential deprivation upon be- 
haviour in animals. 
Science 144, (No 3616):304, Apr 64. Audiof 
genie seizures, the dilute locus, and phenyl- 
alanine hydroxylase in DBA/1 mice. 
Rnnt-: nf Rghauinr Hoeber, Pub, New York, 61. 
Experimental studies of behavior of an aggres- 
sive predatory mouse. Onvchomvs leucoous. 
Rnnts nf Rphavinr, Hoeber, New York, 61. Is 

early exoerience different? 
The Behaviour of Domestic Animals. Bailliere, 
Tindall and Cox, London, p. 57, 62. The 
genetics of behaviour. 
The Behaviour of Domestic Animals , Bailliere, 
Tindall and Cox, London, p. 415, 62. The 
behaviour of doos. 
MPG STILLINGER, CECIL G., Idaho Dept. Health, 
Boise, Idaho Prevention of mental 
patient chronicitv oroaram 
Canad J Psychol 19:94, 65. The effect of d-amphetamine 

sulfate on three exploratory behaviours. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 61:251, 66. Genetic and treatment 

factors modifying the postisolation syndrome in dogs. 
J Comp Psysiol Psychol 61:258, 66. Effects of rearing with 

specific stimuli upon postisolation behavior in dogs. 
Proc 74th Am Psychol Assn Ann Mtg, 66. Biological 

correlates of optimal distribution of practice. 
Psychonom Sci 4:273, 66. Transitory effects of experiential 

deprivation upon reversal learning in dogs. 
Psychopharmacologia 8:408, 66. Variation In effects of 

chlorpromazine in three strains of mice. 
Biology of the Laboratory Mouse, McGraw-Hill, New York, 

Ch 32, 66. Neural, sensory, and motor functions. 
Biology of the Laboratory Mouse, McGraw-Hill, New York, 

Ch 33, 66. Patterns ot behavior. 
MPG STECK, ROBERT C, Anna State Hosp., Anna, 
III. Developing a seven day program 
in activity theranv 
MPG SILVA, FRANCISCO, East Louisiana State 
Hosp., Jackson, La. Discharge 
planning toward community rehabilitation 
MH LIPPITT, RONALD, Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

Mich. Inter-center program on family, 
youth and children 
Social Work Practice p. 75, 62. Unplanned 
maintenance and planned change in the group 
work process . 
The Nature of Educational Innovation. Columbia 
Univ Press, Ch 9, 63. The innovation of 
classroom mental health nractices. 
Social Work Practice: Sele c ted Papers , 
Columbia Univ Press, P. 75, 62. Un- 
olanned maintenance and planned change 
in arouo Drocess. 
Value Systems of Delinquent Youth , Univ Minne- 
sota Press. 63. 
MPG SEALE, ARTHUR L., Central Louisiana State 
Hosp., Pineville, La. Central 
Louisiana State Hospital Improvement 
MPG STUCKEY, COATES, Pinecrest State Sch., 
Pineville, La. Reward training and 
behavior shaping 
MPG SOMMERNESS, M. DUANE, Traverse City State 
Hosp., Traverse City, Mich. A vocational- 
activities Drooram for adolescents 
MH KESSEN, W., Grad. Sch., Yale Univ., New Haven, 

Conn. Distress and discrimination in 
the human newborn 
Child Develop 32:95, 61. Measurement of move- 
ment in human newborn: A new techniaue. 
Child Develop 32:243, 61. Effect of hand-mouth 

contacting on neonatal movement. 
Psychol Rev 68:396, 61. Anxiety, pain, and the 
inhibition of distress. 
MPG LANE, CHALMERS, Ellisville State School, 
Ellisville, Mississippi Ellisville 
State School Improvement Plan 
MPG ROGERS, STANLEY J., Montana State Hosp., 
Warm Springs, Mont. Development of 
intensive treatment program 
MPG ELLIOTT, JAMES F., Murdock Center, Butner, 
N.C. Rehabilitation project for the severely 
MPG PETERSON, BEDFORD F., Eastern State Hosp., 
Vinita, Okla. Intensive treatment unit for 
chronic schizophrenic inpatients 
van Amerongen, S.T., Douglas A. Thorn Clin. Children, 
Boston, Mass. 


OM-01797 MPG KLAUMINZER, FREDERICK A., Vineland State 

Sch., Vineland, N.J. Physio and speech 

therapy for handicapped retardates 
Welfare Rep State New Jersey Vol 16, No 4, Oct 65. 
Analysis of a speech therapy program carried out within 
an institution for the mentally handicapped. 
OM-01799 MPG COOGAM, RICHARD, Walworth County Hosp., 

Elkhorn, Wis. Acute Diagnostic 

and Treatment Unit 
OM-01801 MPG URBEN, WALTER J., Mendota State Hosp., 

Madison, Wis. Geriatric Treatment 

MH-01802 BS HOWES, D.H., Mass. Inst. Tech., Cambridge 

Statistical properties of aphasic language 
Neurology 12, (No 10):675, Oct 62. A human 
cerebral deconnection syndrome. 
OM-01802 MPG URBEN, WALTER J., Mendota State Hosp., 

Madison, Wis. Alcoholic Treatment 

OM-01804 MPG LIEBERMAN, LEONARD, Milwaukee County 

Mental Health, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Placement service for chronic mentally 

OM-01805 MPG HERYFORD, FRED W., Wyoming State Training 

Sch., Lander, Wyo. Medical improvement 

and training of severely retarded 
OM-01806 MPG JUNKIN, FRANK E., Firecrest Sch., 

Seattle, Wash., Home care-counselling 

demonstration project 
OM-01807 MPG GRAFF, R.J., Manteno State Hosp., Manteno, 

III. Survey and removal of patients 

into the community 
MH-01808 BS CROCKETT, W.H., Clark U., Worcester, Mass. 

Processes underfvino the oerceotion of oersons 
MH-01811 MH WALLERSTEIN, R".S~„ Menninger Fdn., Topeka, Kae 

Psychosomatic study of thyroid gland 

OM-01811 MPG LAWLER, WILLIAM T„ Travis State Sch., 

Austin, Tex. Development of child 

care service 
OM-01812 MPG JONES, VERNON, Mexia State Sch., 

Mexia, Tex. Development of a resident 

training service 
OM-01814 MPG CHINN, HOWARD J., Redfield State Hosp. and 

Sch., Redfield, S.D. Potentials development 

for independent living 
OM-018I5 MPG PALMER, DAN, New Mexico State Hosp., 

Las Vegas, N. Mex. Field consultation— A 

treatment program extension 
OM-01816 MPG SANDDAL, JAMES W., State Training Sch. 

and Hosp., Boulder, Mont. Staff 

development program 
MH-01817 BS GLUECK,S., Harvard U., Cambridge, Mass. 

Follow-UD of 500 delinouents 
Ventures in Criminology, Tavistock Pub, London 
— W. 
OM-01817 MPG PULLEN.MYRICKW., Jr., Idaho State Hosp. 

North, Orofino, Idaho A foundation for 

expanded treatment 
MH-01818 BS COOK, S.W., Grad. Sch. Arts, Sci., New York 

Univ., N.Y.C. An experimental approach 

to attitude change 
OM-01818 MPG ROSSELLO, JUAN A., Psychiatric Hosp., 

Roosevelt, Puerto Rico Treatment 

center for acute psychiatric patients 
OM-01821 MPG HUGHES, LOWELL R., Nevada State Hosp., 

Reno, Nev. Nevada state hospital intensive 

treatment program 
OM-01822 MPG DUNAGIN, J.L., Enid State Sch., Enid, 

Okla. A unit approach to the 

severely retarded 
OM-01823 MPG BROOKS, DEAN K., Oregon State Hosp., 

Salem, Ore. Physical rehabilitation 

of the infirm 
OM-01824 MPG GERICKE, OTTO L., Patton State Hosp., 

Patton, Cal. Family training center 

as a depopulation aid 
OM-01825 MPG TARJAN, GEORGE, Pacific State Hosp., 

Pomona, Cal. Habilitation program 

for the severely retarded 
OM-01826 MPG O'BRIEN, WILLIAM M., Modesto State Hosp., 

Modesto, Cal. Institutional 

transition and treatment development 
OM-01827 MPG ADAMS, FREEMAN H., Stockton State Hosp., 

Stockton, Cal. Use of small group 

interaction in industrial therapy 
OM-01828 MPG NASH, LOUIS R., Camarillo State Hosp., 

Camarillo, Cal. A state hospital 

community mental health program 
OM-01833 MPG KLATTE, ERNEST, Mendocino State Hosp., 

Talmage, Cal. Facilitating a 

return to society of chronic patients 
OM-01836 MPG GREENBLATT, MILTON, Boston State Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. To develop a comprehensive 

work therapy program 
OM-01838 MPG SILK, EMANUEL 17, Eastern Oregon State Hosp., 

Pendleton, Ore. Eastern Oregon patient-family 

Oregon Nurse, Vol 30, No 3, Sep 65. Hospital-family 

project . 
Oregon State Bd Control, Res Conf, Res and Biometrics Sec, 
Apr 65. Eastern Oregon hospital family project. 

MH-01839" BS CRONBACH, L.J., U. Illinois, Vrbana 

Integrated studies of osychometrics 
Brit J Stat Psychol 26:137, 63. Theory of 
generalizability: A liberalization of reliabil- 
ity theory. 

Educ Psychol Measmt 22:645, Winter 62. Inter- 
nal-c onsistency reliability formulas applied to 
randomly sampled single-factor tests. 
Educ Psychol Measurement 24, (No 3):46/. 64. 
The signal/noise ration in the comparison of 
reliability coefficients. 
Psychdt Rep "15-.UI, 64. intraclass correlation 
as an approximation to the coefficient of 
Science 133:1924, Jun 61. Quantal and graded 
analysis of dosage-effect relations. 
OM-01839 MPG BUSCAGLIA, C.J. , Mental Health Center- 

North Division, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Extended psychiatric emergency 
OM-01840 MPG BUSCAGLIA, CHRIS J., Mental Hlth. Cr.- 

North Division, Milwaukee, Wis. Day 
hospital project 
OM-01842 MPG FIEDLER, HOWARD T., Allentown State 

Hosp., Allentown, Pa. Combined 
pre-adult and continued treatment 
OM-01844 MPG DE RIVAS, CARMELA, Norristown State Hosp., 

Norristown, Pa. Preadmission and Day 
Treatment Center 
Penn Med J, Dec 65. A day center for psychiatric care. 
OM-01845 MPG MALONE, CHARLES A., Massachusetts Mem. 

Hosp., Boston, Mass. New demonstration 

projects on multiproblem families 
OM-01847 MPG PHILLIPS, GEORGE M., Crownsville State Hosp., 

Crownsville, Maryland Education of 
illiterates in a state hospital 
OM-01848 MPG PLEASURE', HYMAN', Middletown State Hosp., 

Middletown, N.Y. Half-way house and 
sheltered workshops 
MH-01849 BS JONES, LYLE V., Univ. North Carolina, 

Chapel Hill, N.C. Psycholinguistic 
met hods for the study of apha sia 
Child Uevelop 35: /25, 64. Acquisition of 
language habits in first, second, and third 
grade boys. 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 65:183, 62. An appli- 
cation of "cloze" technique to the study of 
aohasic speech. 
J Exp Psychol 68, (No 3):240, Sep 64. Semantic 

satiation and decision latency. 
J Speech Hearing Res /, (No 4):369, Dec 64. 
Delayed auditory feedback with different delay 1 
times at each ear. 

J Verbal Learning Verbal Behavior 1:470, May 
63. Verbal learning and concept formation. 

J Verb Learn Verb Behav 2:136, 63. Impair- 
ment in performance with delayed auditory 
feedback as related to task characteristics. 

J Verb Learn Verb Behav 2, (No 2):186, Aug 
63. The predictability of words and their 
grammatical classes as a function of rate of 
deletion from a speech transcript. 

J Verb Learn Verb Behav 2, (No 3): 263, Oct 
63. Verbal satiation and changes in meaning 
of related items . 

Lang Speech 4:91, Apr-Jun 61. Linguistic 
features of speech from aohasic patients. 

Lang Speech 6:94, Apr-Jun 63 . The classifi- 
cation of parts of speech for the characteriza- 
tion of aphasia. 

Lang bpeech /:233, Oct-Uec~6T.~A further 
study of grammatical class as a variable in 
verbal satiation. 

Psychol Rep 13:158, 63. Semantic generaliza- 
tion in vprhal satiation. 
Psychometric Lab Univ N Carolina, Chapel Hill, 
37, Oct 63. The effect on word recognition 
of the frequency of word association. 
Disorders of CdmmunrcafTbTr , Kes PuPAssn Kes 
Nerv Ment Dis, Ch. 8, p. 190, 64. Five 
aphasias: A commentary on aphasia as a 
regressive linguistic phenomenon. 
Studies in Aphasia: An Approach to Testing , 
Educucation-lndustry Service, Chicago, 
Jun 61. 
OM-01851 MPG GOOD, LAWRENCE R., Menninger Fdn., 

Topeka, Kans. Behavior and 
Therapy by Design, C C Thomas, Springfield, 
III, 64. Implications of architecture for 
human behavior. 
Therapy by Design. Implications of Architecture for Human 
Behavior, C C r nomas, Springfield, III, 65. 
MH-01856 MPG NELSON, WILLARD H., Sch. Arts, Sci., 

R-15 Florida State Univ., Tallahassee, Fla. 

Conference on School Psychology 
OM-01860 MPG MAZER, MILTON, Martha's Vineyard Guidance 

Cr., Edgartown, Mass. A psychiatric- 
para-csvchiatric register for an island 
Arch Gen Psychiat 14:366, 66. A psychiatric and 
parapsychiatric register for an island community. 


OM-01861 MPG RICE, ELIZABETH P., Sch. Pub. Hlth., 

Harvard Univ., Boston, Mass. Children 
of mentally ill parents in deprived areas 
Proc Am Orthopsychiat Assn 42nd Ann Mtg, Mar 65. 
Hospitalization of a parent for mental illness: A crisis 
for children. 
OM-01862 MPG LEL AND, HENRY, Parsons State Hosp. and 

Training Cr., Parsons, Kans. 
Demonstrating ac'apti'-e behavior-psychiatric 
MH-01870 PMY PRANGE, A.J., Jr., U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

Tranquilizing drugs in acute psychiatric 

Nature 197:12)2, Mar 63. Diminution of imipra- 
minp mortality in hvnnthvrniri mtrp 
MH-01875 MH MEYER, EUGENE, Sch. Med., Johns Hopkins 

Univ., Baltimore, Md. Selection of 

patients for elective plastic surgery 
Sci Psychoanal 5:181, 62. Disturbed behavior 
on medical and surgical wards. 
MH-01876 BS WEPMAN, JOSEPH M., Univ. Chicago, Chicago, 

III. Psycholinguists methods for 

classifying aphasia 
Educ Industry Serv, Chicago, Jun 61. Studies 

in aphasia: An aooroach to testina. 
J Speech Hearing Dis 28:191, 63. Filmstrips as 

adiunct to lanauaap thpraov fnr aohasia 
J Speech Hearing Res 3:220, Sep 61. Dimen- 
sions of lanauaae oerformance in aohasia. 
J Speech Hearing Res, v. 4, p. 220, Sept 61 
OM-01876 MPG JOHNSTON, ANDREW G., Kennebec Mental 

Hlth. Assn., Waterville, Me. Community 
education and children's treatment program 
Brit J Dis Commun 1:48, 66. Studies in aphasia: Classifica- 
tion of aphasic speech by the noun-pronoun ratio. 
OM-01886 MPG DORSCH, GRAYDON, Colorado State Dept. 

Pub. Hlth., Denver, Colo. Development 
of alcoholism services in public health 
OM-01887 MPG McKAIN, WALTER C, Jr., Univ. Connecticut, 

Storrs, Conn. Marriage of older persons 
in Connecticut 
OM-01889 MPG McNAMARA, VIRGINIA, Georgia Dept. Hlth., 

Atlanta, Ga. Identification of emotional 
disturbance in vounq school children 
MH-01892 BS SECORD, P.F., Grad. Sch., Univ. Nevada, Reno, 

Nevada Role of categorization in inter- 

personal oerceotion 
J Personality 31:65, Mar 63. Stereotyping and 

generality of imolicit personality theory. 
J Soc Psychol 58:305, 62. Cue-dominance in 
person perception as a function of strenqth of 
OM-01899 MPG HOWARD, ALAN, B.P. Bishop Museum, 

Honolulu, Hawaii Social and cultural 
processes in a Hawaiian community 
MH-01902 PET WALASZEK, EDWARD J., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Kansas, Kansas City, Kans. Humoral 
agents in cerebral activity 
Arch Int Pharmacodyn 135:142, 62. Serotonin 

antaaonists in chickens. 
Arch Int Pharmacodyn 138:429, 62. Interaction 
of substance P with LSD-25 on the guinea 
pig ileum. 
Arch Int Pharmacodyn 143:108, 63. The latent 

vasopressor effect of serotonin in the chicken. 
Arch Int Pharmacodyn 143:543, 63. Modifica- 
tion of the vasopressor effect of tryptamine and 
tyramine by reserpine. 
Biochem Pharmacol 11:205, Mar 62. Inhibi- 
tion of diamine oxidase bv bulbocaonine. 
Experientia 17:503, 61. Mechanism of the 
serotonin depressor response following BAS- 
phenol administration in the dog. 
Fed Proc 24:390, 65. Antagonism of drug induced 

Jap J Pharmacol 2:171, Mar 62. Pharmacology 

of the chicken. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 133:52, Jul 61. De- 
pressor effect of serotonin and tryptamine on 
chicken blood pressure. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 135:151, Feb 62. 

Histamine release in the chicken. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 136:59, Apr 62. Differ- 
ential antagonism by BAS-phenol of responses 
to the indolealkvlamines. 
J Pharm Exp Ther 137:285, Sep 62. Bulbo- 
capnine: An adrenergic and serotonin block- 
ing agent. 
Med Exp 6:95, 62. Potentiation of histamine 

responses bv bulbocaonine. 
Pharmacologist 6:179, 64. The effect of psycho- 
active drugs on rat brain ATP levels. 
Toxic Appl Pharmacol 4:752, Nov 62. Antagon- 
ism of toxic effect of dextropropoxyphene by 
OM-01902 MPG CALLICRATE, D.L., Oregon Fairview Home, 

Salem, Ore. An institution program 
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OM-02160 MPG WiLDBERGER, WILLIAM C, Woodward State 

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J Comp Physiol Psychol 54:366, Aug 61. 
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MH-02204 MN CARVER, MICHAEL J., Col. Med., Univ. 

Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska Basic 

studies on mongolism 

Clin Chim Acta 6:721, 61. Ion-exchange 
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Clin Med 8, Nov 61. Metabolic errors and 
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Metabolism 11:357, Mar 62. Aminoaciduria 
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OM-02205 MPG SPAULD1NG, ROBERT W., Indiana Dept. 

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MH-02208 EP BAER, DONALD M., Grad. Sen.. Univ. Washington, 

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Child Develop 32:163, 61. Discrimination per- 
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Child Develop 33:847, 62. Technique of social 
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Child DeveIop~3_:!>ll, ti. trrects or social re- 
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J txp uniid Ksychoi 1:14b, 64. trrects ot 
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Psychol Rep 11:14, 62. Effect of aggressive 
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Labor and leisure in the city- 
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Am Sociol Rev 26:521, Aug 61. Impact of work 
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Am Sociol Rev 26:522, Aug 61. Careers 
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Am Sociol Rev 28:47, Feb 63. Careers of 
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Int Soc Sci J 12:3, 61. Work, careers, 
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Aging and Leisure, Oxford Univ Press, p. 213, 
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OM-02209 MPG MOSS, FENTON E., Grad. Sch. Social Work, 

Univ. Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Cost of 
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Am J Physiol 204, (No 5):873, May 63. 
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Am J Physiol 206:255, 64. Reaction of iso- 
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Am J Physiol 207, (No 2):273, Aug 64. Adrener+ 
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Am J Physiol 207:1411, 64. Innervation of cat 
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Ann NY Acad Sci 96:469, 62. A human plasma 
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Arch Biochem'107Tlb«, Jul 64. Effect ot x- 
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thymus cell fractions. 

Excerpta Med 51, May 62. Central nervous 
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Fed Proc 20:305, 61. 

Neurophysiology 13:235, 61. 

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Fed Proc 23, (No 2), 64. Dual adrenergic con- 
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Fed Proc 24, Apr 65. The area postrema as a pos- 
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Int Rev Neurobiol 4:71, 62. Organizational 
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J Am Che n. Soc 85:3038, 63 . Concerning the 
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J Neuropsychiat 4:81, Dec 62. Effects of LSD 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 138:154, 62. Reaction of 
the isolated cat's iris to serotonin 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 139, (No 35:330, Mar 63. 
Comparison of serotonin with directly and in- 
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nictitating membrane of soinal cats. 
Praxis 49:1, Dec 62. Zurn wirkungsmechanis- 
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adult adjustments of rnaladiusted bovs 
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Community Mental Hlth.Cr., Kansas, Inc., 
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community mental health services 
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MH-02225 MH WARSHAW, LEON J., United Artists Corp., 

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mood and performance in industry 
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research in industrial medicine. 
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Psychiatric Inst., Princeton, N.J. 
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social reinforcement on regressed crawling of 
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Clin Pharmacol Ther 4, (No 5):6I2, Sep-Oct 
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PMY KLINE, NATHAN S., Rockland State Hosp., 

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MH CQMGER, JOHN J., Sch. Med., Univ. 

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MH DAVENPORT, JOHN W., Amherst College, 

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Direction of recall in short-term memory. 
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J Verb Learn Behav 2, (No 4):320, Nov 63. 
Short-term memory and paired-associate 
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Dallas, Texas Studies of mediation 

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Psychol Rep 13:879, 63. Effects of non- 
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HH-03332 EP KAPLAN, MICHAEL, Creedmoor Inst, for 

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1SP63342 EP WEINSTOCK, S., Lehigh U., Bethlehem7Pa. 

Experimental studies of multiple choice 
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Missouri, Columbis, Missouri Toward a 

quantitative theory of learning for the positive 
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BS KAHN, R.L., U. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Conflict and ambiguity in relation to mentai 
EXP Ps> Teube?, Hans L., New York Univ., N.Y.C. 

BS FROST, H.H., Grad. Sch., U. Utah, Salt lake 
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MH MATCO?7MX, MasterrChTT drei: T s Center, N.Y.C „ 
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and grief in c hildhood. 

MM-03355 BS HOWE, E.S., Sch. Med,, U. Maryland, Baltimore 

Anxiety and verbal behavior 
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"WPF03358 MH BECK, AARON T., Sch. Med., Univ. 

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of reterrt ion to age of learning in the rat 
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WR-03360 BS BURCH, H. R., Baylor U., Houston, Tex. 

Psychophysiologic correlates of behavorial 
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processing in the time domain. 
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Social interaction and GSR activity during AY-3364 

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Psychosom Med 25, CNo 3):245, May-Jun 63. 
Affective orientation and physiological activi- 
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Chicago, III. Basic mechanisms of 
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Am Psychol 16:565, 61. Effect of meproDamate 
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Am Psychol 16:449, 61. Long-term effects of 
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Am Zoologist 2, (No 3), 62. Comparative 
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Med Psychol 3:209, 63. Implications of 

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Proc Am Psychopath Assn Mtg Vol 22, 66. Social behavior 
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influencing sexual behavior. NFfl-03370 

•STR-C3363 PET FREEDMAN, DANIEL X., Sch. Med., Yale 

Univ., New Haven, Conn. Psychotogenic 

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Am J Psychiat 119:343, 63. Psychotomimetic 
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Psychophsrmacologia 40 48, 63. Drugs, 
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EEG and Behavior. Basic Books, New York, 
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Arch Gen Psychiat 10.71, Jan 64. Analysis~oF 
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Am J Pharm Educ 28, (No 5) :700, Dec 64. 
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Am Bee J 103:414, 63. Queen mating. 

Arm Errtomol Soc Am 56:372, 63. Further 
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Ann Entomol Soc 57:73, 64. The effect of man- 
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Florida Entomol 46:219, 63. The effect of 
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J Apicult Res 2:3, 63. Observations of matin? 
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Science 136:773, 62. Chemical mating at- 
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Ohio Behavior as dependent upon prenatal 
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Science 134:1437, 61. Further studies in learn- 
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J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:769, 63. Inter- 
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J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:983, 63. Improved 
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Am J Psychol 77, (No 3):457, Sep 64. Inter- 
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Fed Proc 24, (No 2) :522, 65. Language In numah 
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coordination in monkeys. 
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Univ., Stanford, Cal. Drug action on 
brain sensory and integrative pathways 
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afferent intera ction patte rns by drugs. 
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Patterns of excitability in the cat cerebral 
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Factors affecting sensory input in the cat: Modi- 
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action on the brain-stem reticular formation. 
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to an understanding of the action of tranquilizing drugs. 
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behavior by prior experience. Effects of scopolamine. 
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Neuropsy. Inst., San Francisco, Cal. 
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J AbnorrrrSoTTPsychol 69, (No 15:123, Jul 64. 
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Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. Brain neurohormone 
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B-3387 JM Crowell, D.H., Uniy^ Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii 

MH KUGEL, R.b;, State Univ. Iowa, Iowa City 

Abnormal EEG's in familial mental retardation 
EP MEEHAN, J.P., U. So. California, Los Angeles 

Role of emotion in cardiovascular responses to 
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Wfl-03400 SSS BRESLOW, L., Cal. Dept. Pub. Hlth., Berkeley 

Human population laboratory for 
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Trace mechanisms in learning and memory 
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appraisals of patients' intelligence 
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appraisals of patients' Intelligence. 

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Experimental study of schizophrenic 
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Percept Motor Skills 13:335, 61. Length 

judgement in psychotic and control populations. 
Percept Motor Skills 13:391, 61. A test for 
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Percept Motor Skills 13:399, 61. Oppel- 
Kundt illusion in normals and schizophrenic 
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Percept Motor Skills 14:191, 62. Measure- 
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Percept Motor Skills 14:219, 62. Estimation 

of bodily dimensions. 
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TvlH-03617 PET GROSS, S.K., Simmons C, Boston, Mass. 

Biogenesis of the alkaloids 

MH-O3620 BS SECORD, PAUL F., Grad. Sch., Univ. Nevada, 

Reno, Nev. Interpersonal factors in 
behavioral stability 
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Sociometry 25:321, Dec 62. Liking, Interaction, 

and conqruencv. 
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among significant others. 
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MrT-03630 BS WALLEN, J. L., Portland State C, Oregon 

Studies of psychological similarity 

MH-03634 MH FOX, HENRY M., Sch. Med., Harvard Univ., 

Boston, Mass. Psychophysiological 
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Adrenal steroid excretion patterns in eighteen 
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Medical Aspects of Stress in the Military Climate, US Gov't 
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alone and in small groups: Effects on ego-functioning and 
24-hour body temperature and adrenocortical patterns. 
MH WHITE, SHELDON H., Grad. Sch., Univ. 
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processes in learning 
MH PRELINGER, ERNST, Yale Univ., New Haven, 

Conn. Character structure and selected 
ego functions 
PMY Klee, G.D. , Univ. Maryland, Baltimore, Md. 

PMY DINSMOOR, JAMES A., Grad. Sch., Indiana 
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Psychopharmacologia 2:456, 61. Selective 
action of chlorpromazine on behavior sup- 
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PMY Schaefer, T., Jr., Univ. Chicago, Chicago, III. 
MH LUBORSKY, LESTER. Hospital of Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Recovery of incidental and subliminal 
Bull Philadelphia Assn Psychoanal 12:149, Dec 
62. Artificial induction of day-residues: An 
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J Nerv Ment Dis 133:479, 61. The Rebus 
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Percept Motor Skills 16:469, 63. Eye~fixation 
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psychoanalytic examination of momentary for- 
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J Abnorm Soc Psychol 69,(No 2): 158, 64. A 
clinical-experimental approach to the study of 
subliminal stimulation: The effects of a drivp- 
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J Nerv Ment Dis 133:479, 61. The rebus-tech- 
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Percept Motor Skills 18:4^1, o4. Lye fixation 
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Contributions To a Psychoanalytic Theory of 
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forgetting during psychotherapy and psycfid- 
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J Abnorm Soc Psychol 70:270, 65. Looking, recalling, and 

GSR as a function of defense. 
J Personality Soc Psychol 2435, 65. A note on the relation* 
ship between perceptual blocking and inhibition of drive 
Psychological Test Modifications, C C Thomas, Springfield, 
III, 65. Clinical manual tor the self-interpretation of the 
MH-43655 EP ADER, ROBERT, Univ. Rochester Med. Cr., 

Rochester, N.Y. Variables influencing 
psychosomatic phenomena 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 55:600, 62. Social 
factors affecting emotionality and resistance to 
disease. III. Early weaning and ulceration. 
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in rat as function of maternal emotionality. 
Psychol Rep 10:711, 62. Prenatal maternal 
anxietv and offsDring emotionality in the r at. 
Psychol Rep 13:211, 63. Effects of social 
environment on mortality to whole body 
x-irradiation in the rat. 

Psychosom Med 25:60, Jan-Feb 63. Social 

environment, emotionality and alloxan diabetes^ 
Psychosom Med 25:218, May-Jun 63. Plasma 

oeosinoaen level in rat and man. 
Psychosom Med 25:221, May-Jun 63. Plasma' 

oeosinoaen and aastric erosions in rat. 
Science 136:580, May 62. Basic variable in 

the earlv handling phenomenon. 
J Neuropsychiat 4, (No 6):399, 63. Suscepti- 
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mortality to whole-body x-irradiation. 
Science 142, (No 3590):4,11, Oct 63. 
Handling of pregnant rats: Effects on emotion- 
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Psychol Rep I5T535764\" Social TactdrTaffecF 7 
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animals. IV. Differential housing, emotionality, 
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P sychosom Med 2 7 , (No 1):2/, Jan-Feb 65. 
Parameters relevant to the experimental pro- 
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points in the activity cycle. 
MH-C3657 EP HELD, R., Brandesis U., Waltham, Mass. 

Development and maintenance of human 
Psychol Beitrage, Jan 62. Adaptation to re- 

arrangement and visual spatial aftereffects. 

W3J3658 EP MORANT, RICARDO B., Grad. Sch., Brandeis 

Univ., Waltham, Mass. Basic processes 
underlying figural after-effects 
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exposure to visual tilts. 
J Clin Psychol 21:389, 65. Art judgment and the judgment 

of others: A preliminary study. 
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New York, N.Y. Basic aspects of hypothalamic 
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scale for quantification of savage behavior. 
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midbrain lesions on "savage" behavior. 
Trans Am Neurol Assn p. 217, 63. Effect of 
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Psychonom Sci 1:207, 64. Aversive thresholds 
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studies of adrenergic transmitters 
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Effect of nicotine on catecholamine and sero- 
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JXfiromatogr I4(No 3):447, 64.~7on-exchange resin paper 
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K/iW-03665 PMY GRENELL, ROBERT G., Sch. Med., U. Maryland, TvTH-03689 

Baltimore, Md. Psychotherapeutic sub- 
stances and their effects on brain and 

behavior TBH-03690 

MH-03666 PMY SACKS, WILLIAM, Rockland Hoso., Orangeburg, 

N.Y. Cerebral metabolism of neurohormonal 
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depression within one day using MAO in- 
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Primary process thinking in effects of BTrP03692 

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Arch Neurol 8:236, Mar 63. Chlorpromazine- 

induced weakness in myasthenia gravis. 
J Nerv Ment Dis 137 (No 6), Dec 63. The 
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Columbia Univ., New York, N. Y. Effects 
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J Exp Anal Behav 5:213, 62. Interlocking 

schedules of reinforcement. 

J Exp Anal Behav 6:101, 63. Acquisition of de- WH^uTTOl 

laved matching in the piaeon. 
J Exp Anal Behav 6:109, 63. A note on chaining 

and temporal discrimination. 
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chlorpromazine on matching behavior. 
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STH3J3674 PMY FRIEDMAN, ALFRED S., Philadelphia Psy. 

Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa. Vigilance, 
sedation threshold, tofranil and depression 
WH-03684 MH STUNKARD, ALBERT J., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Clinical and 
experimental studies of human obesity 
Am J Med Scl 244:622, 62. Skin temperature 
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static control of food intake. 
Am J Psychiat 117:1035, May 61. Failure 
to find distinctive personality features in 
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Am J Psychiat 118:212, Sep 61. Hunger 

and satiety . 
Am Practit 12:543. 61. Obesitv. 
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in men. 
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body image of some obese persons. 
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MANNER1NG, G.J., II. Wisconsin, Madison 
Antagonism of narcotic effects and 
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Adrenalin-derived indoles— Metabolism 
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of adrenochrome in experimental animals. 
J Nerv Ment Dis 137, (No 6):591, Dec 63. 
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pituitary luteinizing hormone. 
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Arch Int Pharmacodyn 145, (No 3-4):413, 63. 
Effect of psychoactive drugs on escape from 
audiogenic seizures. 
Arch Int Pharmacodyn 145, (No 3-4):421, 63. 

Effect of stimulants on isolated rats. 
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Effect of neurotropic drugs on a non- 
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Coll Int Cent Nat RecrT Sci 112:429, 63. 
Psychophysiologie neuropharmacologie et 
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amino oxidase inhibitors on audioaenic seizures. 
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Protein binding of drugs 
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BS KANFER, F.K., Grad. Sch., Purdue Univ., 

Lafayette, Indiana Studies of verbal 


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Psychol Rep 9:461, 61. Verbal conditioning 
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Curr Ther 5:238, May 63. A controlled evalua- 
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Am J Psychiat 120:180, 63 . Behavioral 
toxicity associated with benzquinamide (Quan- 
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Am J Psychiat 120, (No 5):485, Nov 63. 
Trifluperidol: A butyrophenone derivative. 
Curr Ther Res 5:463, 63 . A controlled evafua? 
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Curr Ther Res 5, (No 11):598, Nov 63. A 

controlled evaluation of trimethoxycinnamamide. 
Curr Ther Res 5, (No 12):628, Dec 63. "A 
clinical trial of an oral hypoglycemic agent In 

chronic schizophrenic patients. 

Curr Ther Res 6,{No^):69, Jan 64. "3B-8181S 

Antidepressant activity in outpatients. 
Curr Ther Res 6, (No 13:71, Jan 64. MA-568: 

A study of activity in outpatients. 
J Neuropsychiat 5, (No 1):28, Sep-Oct 63. AT 
comparison of SKF-7261 and trifluoperazine 
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phrenic patients. 

J Neuropsychiat 5, (No 5):273, May-Jun 64. 
Anti-serotonin activity and clinical tranquilizat 
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Am J Psychiat 12l7tNd 65:592, Dec 64. In- 
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Curr Ther Res 6,CRo9):562, Sep 64. Compansoh 
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Curr Ther Kes 6,(rJo 97:597, Sep 64. A preiirfF". 
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Dis Nerv Syst 2 5:6 7 4, Nov 64. A contro ll ed 
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J New Orugs 4,(No 5):284, Sep-Oct 64. Fen- 
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Am J PsVchiat 121:809, 65. A double-blind comparison of 
Wy-3498, diazypam, and placebo in psychiatric outpatients^ 



Am J Psychial 122:102, 65. Transient granulocytopenia with 

administration of a new thioridazine derivative: TPS-23. 
Arch Gen Psychiat 193:612, 65. Extrapyramidal side 

effects and therapeutic response. 
Curr Thsr 6:74, 64. JB-8181: Antideoressant activity Mrf-03748 

in outpatients. 
Curr Ther Res 7:102, 65. TPS-23: A new thioridazine 

Curr Thar Res 7204, 65. A pilot trial of CI-515 In schizo- 
phrenic patients. MH-03755 
Curr Ther Res 7:415, 65. SKF-10,812: A thioxanthene 

Curr Ther Res 7:783, 65. TPO-33: A pilot trial in chronic Hri ; 03756 

schizophrenic patients. 
JAMA 143:612, 65. Editorial subject. 
Psychopharmacoloqia 7:37, 65. Further observations on tri- 

flupendol: A butyrophenone derivative. 

WK-03708 NEU ADEY, WILLIAM R., Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Impedance 
me-surernenU in the brain 
Exp Neurol 7:259, Apr 63. Impedance changes 

in learning. 
Exp Neurol 7:282, 63. Impedance changes in 
cerebral tissue accompanying a learned dis- 
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Computer analysis of hippocampal EEG 
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Exp Neurol 11, (No 25:190, Heb 65. Impedance 
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in hyoercapnea ahri hypothermia. 
Neurology 14, (No ll):lttu2, Tilov 64. Measure- 
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Research unit for clinical screening of 
psychoactive drugs 
MH-03T20 S3S WAG LEY, C.W., Columbia Univ., NTY.C. 

Life crises of women in Kalian culture 

HH-03732 EP PRI6RAM, KARL H., Sch. Med., Stanford MH-03757 

Unw., Stanford, Cal. Neural regulation 

of behavior VH-03772 

Science 139:324, Mar 63. Hippocampectomy and 

behavior seauences. 
Nebraska Sympos Motivation p. 113, 63. 

Reinforcement revisited: A structural view. 
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Ch 6, p. 149, 63. The new neurology: 
Memory, novelty, thouyht, and choice. 
Expression af the Emotions in Mam Int Dniv 
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neuropsychological model: Some observations _^__ 

on the structure of psychological processes". MH-U3775 

Am Psychol 19:491, 64. Habituation of the GSR 

to repeated sound stimulation. 
Fed Proc 23:659, 64. An experimental contribu- 
tion to the problem of efferent control of recep- 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 58, (No 2i:296, 64. 
Appetitive and aversive generalization gradients 
in amygdalectoinized monkeys. 
Neuropsychologia 4:257. 64. ATi^xperlfrientar 
analysis of the behavioral disturbance produced! 
by left frontal rarchonidal endothelioma. 
Psychol "Rep 14:39, 64. Facilitation of avoidance) 
behavior by unavoidable heck- in normal and 
amygdalectomized monkeys, 
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1964 Yearbo ok" J Nat Soc 5tudy^duerCh7c3go, 
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the art of educating. 
Frontal Granular Cortex and Behavior, McGraw 
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report on the neurological process disturbed MH-03777 

Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol ?044, 66. Changes in visual 
recovery functions produced by terr.noral lobe stimulation 
in monkeys. 
Exp Neurol 12:96, 65. Effect of frontal lesions on performance 

of seauential tasks by monkeys. 
Exp Neurol 12:303, 65. Centrifugal optic nerve responses 

evoked by auditor, and somatic stimulation. 
Neuropsychologia 3205, 65. GSR and corticosteroid response .„-»-_, 

in monkeys with frontal ablations. WJF03T93 

Stanford Univ Techn Rep No 77, Sep 65. Pattern discrimina- 
tion learning with rhesus monkeys. 
Thesis, Master's, S J Benzies, Stanford Univ, 65. Change! 
in cortical autonomic and behavioral responsiveness in 
monkeys during habituation. 
Advances in the Study of Behavior , Academic Press7Tnc, MH-03797 

New York, 66. the neurobehavioral analysis of limbic fore- 
brain mechanisms, revision and progress report. 
Brain Function and L e arning , Univ Calif Press, 66. 
Remembering and the organization of attention and intention: 
The case history of a inooel. 
Macrcmoiecules and Behavior , Academic Press, Inc, New 

York, 66. Some dimensions of remembering: Steps toward 

a neuropsychological model of memory. MH-03798 

Psychoanalysis and Current Biological Thought , Univ Wiscon- 
sin Kress, Madison, 65, p 81. l-reud's project: An open 
biologically based mode! for psychoanalysis. VH-03803 

Scientific Psychology: Principles and Approaches, 8aslc 
books. New York, 65, p. 426. Proposal tor a structural 
pragmatism: Some neurophysiological considerations of 
problems in ohilosoohv. 
MH YOUNG, FRANK W., Sch. Arts & Sci., State 

College San Diego, Ssn Diego, Cal. A cross- 
cultural test of two socialization hypotheses 
Am J Sociol 47:379, Jan 62. Function of 
male initiation ceremonies. 
MH FRANKL, G., Sch. Bowman Gray, Child Guidance 

Clinic, Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Autism in childhood 
MHK FUSTER', JOAQUIN M.', Univ. California, 

Los Angeles, Cal. Neuronal activity 

in the limbic system and emotion 
Exp Neurol 6:384, Nov 62. Facilitation of 
tachistoscocic performance by stimulation of 
medbrain tegmental points in monkey. 
J Neurophysiol 25:324, 62. Variations of optic 
evoked potentials as a function of reticular 
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Science 133:2011, 61. Excitation and Inhibition 
of neuronal firing in visual cortex by reticular 
An Anat 12, (No 255:1, Apr 63. Respuestas 
repetitivas en vias visuales tras lesiones en 
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Naunyn Schmiedebenj Arch Exp Path 246:25, 
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63. Miinchen: Intracellular Ableitungen von 
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EP HARRISON, R.H., Harvard U., Boston 

The experimental induction of repression 
MH ERVIN, SUSAN M., Col. Arts & Sci., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. The 

determinants of word associations 
J Verb Learn Verb Behav 1, (No 65:422, May 
63. Correlates of associative frequency. 
MH MCALLISTER, ROBERT J., Seton Psychiatric 

Inst., Baltimore, Md. Factors in mental 
illness among hospitalized clergy 
Quart J Stud Alcohol 23, (No 1):124, Mar 62: 
Psychiatric illness in hospitalized clergy: 
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Chicago, III. Psychic and motor 
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Fed Mtg, Atlantic City, Apr 62. Behavioral 
response of unanesthetized cats to chelating 
agents injected into the lateral cerebra' 
Pharmacologist 4:177, 62. Cerebral effects of 

aliphatic esters. 
Fed Proc 23, (No 25:560, 64. Behavioral~and 
electroencephalographs responses of unanes- 
thetized, unrestrained cats to metacholine in- 
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and/or atropine sulfate injected intraperi- 
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Pharmacologist 5, (No 2):243, 63. Behavioral 
and electroencephalographs responses of un- 
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epinephrine, norepinephrine and metanephrine 
injected into the lateral cerebral ventricles^ 
MH HEATH, DOUGLAS H., Haverford College, 

Haverford, Pa. Anxiety thresholds and 
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Anal Biochem 7, (No 45:435, Apr 64. Studies 
on the estimation of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxy- 
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Sonderab Schwelzer Med Wochenschr9"2"7 627 
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BS STEWART, D.K., Michigan State Univ., East 
Lansing, Mich. A study on laws of 

logic involved in communication 
J Gen Psychol 64:297, 61. Communlcaflon^ana 
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EP ERSHOFF, BENJAMIN H.", Western Biol. Labs., 

Culver City, Cal. Effects of gamma radiation 

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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 108, 61. Radiation 

and tissue serotonin levels. 
Radiat Res 21, (No 11:120, Jan 64. Prolonged 
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HM SCHWAR2, WOLFGANG, 7758 Wisconsin Ave., 

Bethesda, Md. Hermann Rorschach-- 

His life and work 
EP MYERS, JEROME L.. Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. Para- 
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MH-06439 EP GHENT, A.W., U. Oklahoma, Norman 

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Labor educator's conference on pre- 
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Alcoholism and hypothyroidism 
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Phvsioloav of a classically-conditioned response 
MH-06482 MH WENZEL, D.G., U. Kansas, Lawrence 

Psychotomimetic-catecholamine inter- 
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Drive and maturation effects in food consumption 
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Orangeburg, N.Y. Influence of pheno- 
thiazines on serum hormonal iodine 
Lite Sci 7:527, 63. lodoamlno acid distribution in 
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MH-06751 PR MENZEL, E.W., Jr., Yerkes Lab. Primate Biol., 

Orange Park, Fla. Perceptual 

factors in food selection by primates 

Behaviour 24:149, 64. kesponsiveness to object- 
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MH-06752 MH RAYFIELD, J., San F. Valley, Northridge, Cal. 

Verbal and non-verbal communication among the 
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MH-D6753 MH KAPLAN, M., Res. Fdn. MH, Queens Village, N.Y. 

Growth prediction and manipulation of food 
MH-06754 MH ZINNES, J.L., Indiana U., Blocmington, lnd. 

Effect of outcome values on unordered 
MH-06765 EP ZEAMAN, DAVID, Sch. Arts, Sci., Univ. 

Connecticut, Storrs, Conn. The effect 
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MH-06767 EP KAPLAN", MICHAEL'. Creedmoor Inst. Psychobiol. 

Studies, Queens Village, N.Y. Reinforcing 
and deoressant effect of aversive stimuli 
MH-06779 MH GEWIRTZ, HAVA B., Inst. Behavioral Res., 

Silver Spring, Md. Infant environment 
and social learning 
MH-06781 MH BECKER, JOSEPH, Grad. Sch., Univ. Illinois, 

Urbana, III. Family interaction and 
type of child disturbance 
MH-06792 PMY GRANT, DAVID A., Col. Letters, Sci., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Verbal control 
of behavior in classical conditioning 
J Exp Psychol 67, (No 1):80, 64. Reversal 
of conditioned discrimination of the eyelid 
J Gen Psychol 71:279, M. Effects oT pattern 
of reinforcement and verbal information on 
acquisition and extinction of the eyelid CR. 
Psychol Rep 17:731, 65. Semantic generalization of the 
conditioned eyelid responses with two types of training. 
Psychonom Sci 2:305, 65. A comparison of instrumental 
reward and avoidance training with classical reinforcement 
technique in conditioning the eyelid response. 
Psychonom Sci 3:583, 65. Differential eyelid conditioning 
of voluntary form responders. 
MH-06795 PMY KNAPP, PETER H., Sch, Med., Boston Univ., 

Boston, Mass. Emotional and adrenal 
function in allergic patients 

Anal Blochem 2:152, Apr 61. Chromatography