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September 1954

News and Comment

AMA Arch NeurPsych. 1954;72(3):396-398. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1954.02330030130017

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RESEARCH GRANTS, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH  Twenty-five new research grants recently were awarded by the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service upon the recommendation of the National Advisory Mental Health Council at its June meeting. The announcement includes the names of the principal investigators for each project, their location, the subject of the study, the period for which the project is approved for grant support, and the amount awarded for the first year. The 25 new grants awarded total $373,178.Anderson, John E., and Harris, Dale B. University of Minnesota. The relation of childhood behavior to adjustment in adulthood. Three years. First year $14,796.Bandura, Albert. Stanford University. Relation of therapeutic competence to personality of psychotherapist. One year $1,851.Blocksma, Douglas; Fox, Robert, and Lippitt, Ronald. University of Michigan. A study of methods for improving social acceptance and participation of rejected children. Three years. First year $27,972.Blom,