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Organization of the research work in human behavior made possible by public subscription for a period of five years to the State of Illinois Institute for Juvenile Research has now been completed, and the following staff has been appointed: Herman M. Adler, M.D., Chicago, director; Horace Gray, M.D., Boston, endocrinologist; Gustav A. Jaederholm, Ph.D., Gothenburg, Sweden, psychologist; Ethel Kawin, M.A., psychologist; K. S. Lashley, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, psychologist (comparative psychology); L. L. Thurstone, Ph.D., University of Chicago, psychologist; Claude Shaw, Ph.D., University of Chicago, sociologist; John C. Weigel, administrator. The work will be carried on at the Institute for Juvenile Research, 907 South Lincoln Street, Chicago.
News and CommentRESEARCH IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR. Arch NeurPsych. 1926;16(6):812. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1926.02200300132009