Publications Resulting from National Institute of Mental Health Research Grants 1947 1961

The present listing of publications is concerned with the latter , extramural , research programs supported by the National Institute of Mental Health . One basic criterion of productivity of a research grant program is publication of ...

Publications Resulting from National Institute of Mental Health Research Grants 1947 1961


Public Health Service Publication

Dawson ( 1947 ) demonstrated that these responses could be extracted from the overlying and larger EEG by applying ... PHS Research Grants MH02635 and MH12507 from the National Institute of Mental Health . diethylamide on averaged human ...

Public Health Service Publication


Current Catalog

National Library of Medicine (U.S.) ... Continued by Annual report - Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research . ... Abstracts of articles in substantive journals and relevant to behavioral medicine and related disciplines .

Current Catalog

First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.

Mental Health Digest

A complete list of all available NIMH publications may also be obtained from Publications Distribution . ... Publications Resulting from National Institute of Mental Health Research Grants 1947-1961 . Lists 12,323 publications resulting ...

Mental Health Digest


National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

Report by the Scientific Advisory Council on the alcoholism research grant program . New York , 1966 . DNLM : WM 22 AA1 L6r 1966 Cit . No. ... Publications resulting from National Institute of Mental Health research grants , 1947-1961 .

National Library of Medicine Current Catalog


From Asylum to Community

Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference: Mental Health Career Development Program... 1966. PHS Publication 1689: 1967. NIMH. Publications Resulting from National Institute of Mental Health Research Grants 19471961.

From Asylum to Community

The distinguished historian of medicine Gerald Grob analyzes the post-World War II policy shift that moved many severely mentally ill patients from large state hospitals to nursing homes, families, and subsidized hotel rooms--and also, most disastrously, to the streets. On the eve of the war, public mental hospitals were the chief element in the American mental health system. Responsible for providing both treatment and care and supported by major portions of state budgets, they employed more than two-thirds of the members of the American Psychiatric Association and cared for nearly 98 percent of all institutionalized patients. This study shows how the consensus for such a program vanished, creating social problems that tragically intensified the sometimes unavoidable devastation of mental illness. Examining changes in mental health care between 1940 and 1970, Grob shows that community psychiatric and psychological services grew rapidly, while new treatments enabled many patients to lead normal lives. Acute services for the severely ill were expanded, and public hospitals, relieved of caring for large numbers of chronic or aged patients, developed into more active treatment centers. But since the main goal of the new policies was to serve a broad population, many of the most seriously ill were set adrift without even the basic necessities of life. By revealing the sources of the euphemistically designated policy of "community care," Grob points to sorely needed alternatives. Originally published in 1991. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health

An Anthology of Program Reports National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.) Eli Abraham Rubinstein, George V. Coelho ... of Mental Health . Publications Resulting from NIMH Research Grants , 1947-1961 . PHS Publication No. 1647.

Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health


Public Health Service Numbered Publications July Dec 1968

1647 Publications Resulting from National Institute of Mental Health Research Grants , 1947-1961 . 599 p . $ 3.75 . 1651 HSMHA . Dizziness ... Including Meniere's DiseaseHope Through Research . ( Health Information Series , No. 139 ) .

Public Health Service Numbered Publications  July Dec   1968


National Institute of Mental Health Training Grant Program Fiscal Years 1948 1961

Roger L. Robertson, National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.). The Training Grant Program of the National Institute of Mental Health , Fiscal Years 1948–1961 3500 Average teaching cost 3000 Average amount of stipend 2000.

National Institute of Mental Health Training Grant Program  Fiscal Years 1948 1961


National Library of Medicine Catalog

Research Grants and Fellowships Branch The research grant program of the National Institute of Mental Health ; a source book of descriptive data , fiscal year 1961. Prepared by Program Analysis Section , Research Grants & Fellowship ...

National Library of Medicine Catalog


Training Grant Program

The Training Grant Program of the National Institute of Mental Health , Fiscal Years 1948-1961 5 1 ng al The ish with emo ... for providing mental health workers adequately trained to perform teaching , research and treatment services .

Training Grant Program


Publication

Manpower for Mental Health , Chicago , Illinois : Aldine Publishing Co. , 1969 . Berelson , B. Behavioral ... National Institute of Mental Health . Publications Resulting from NIMH Research Grants , 1947-1961 . PHS Publication No. 1647.

Publication


Government Publications

Publications , National Guard Bureau ; National Guard regulations and NGB pamphlets . Washington . annual . ... N17056 Publications resulting from National Institute of Mental Health research grants , 1947-1961 .

Government Publications


Mental health digest

A complete list of all available NIMH publications may also be obtained from Publications Distribution . ... Publications Resulting from National Institute of Mental Health Research Grants 1947-1961 . Lists 12,323 publications resulting ...

Mental health digest


National Union Catalog

U.S. Public Health Service , Publications resulting from National Institute of Mental Health Research Grants 1947-1961 . Chevy Chase , Md . , National Institute of Mental Health , 1968 , 26 cm . ( Its Publication 1647 ) 1.

National Union Catalog


Guide to the Literature in Psychiatry

... of Health , Education and Welfare National Institute of Mental Health ( NIMH ) The National Clearinghouse for Mental Health Information Publications Resulting From National Institute of Mental Health Research Grants , 1947-1961 The ...

Guide to the Literature in Psychiatry

Comprehensive handbook that lists and describes titles and resources available through the literature of psychiatry. Intended primarily for psychiatrists in teaching, training, research, and clinical application, but also useful to relatedhealth personnel. Chapters, usually with annotated entries, include psychiatric journals, information sources, books, non-book materials, government documents, controlled circulations, translators and translations, libraries, and publishers. General index.

Public Health Service publication no 2063 65 1970

National Institute of Mental Health . Publications Resulting from NIMH Research Grants , 1947-1961 . PHS Publication No. 1647. Washington , D.C .: U.S. Government Printing Office , 1968 . National Institute of Mental Health .

Public Health Service publication  no  2063 65  1970