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These three photographs show some of the researchers of the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas, and their use of computers. Menninger Research and the Principal Investigators included Robert Wallerstein and the Psychotherapy Research Project; Riley Gardner and Cognitive Control Projects (Equivalence Range, Twin Study, etc.); Philip Holzman and Perception/Cognition Projects (Self-Confrontation, My Voice, Thyroid, etc.); Harold Voth and the Autokinesis Projects (Phenomenology, Hypnosis, Suicide, etc.); Riley Gardner and Perceptual Learning Projects, ( ESP Studies); Herbert Spohn and Schizophrenia Studies; Joseph Kovach and Quail Genetics Projects; Elmer Green and Biofeedback, Magnetic Field Studies (Copper Wall), and Healers; Howard Shevrin and Studies of the Unconscious (Poetzel, Rebus, Hypnosis, etc.); Nancy Shand and the Infancy Project; Joseph Sargent and Biofeedback Projects (Migraine, Tension Headache,etc.); Joseph Hyland and Breast Cancer Counseling Project; James Taylor and Social Psychology Projects (Urban Renewal, Tornado), Multitrait-Multimethod Scaling Method; Fred Glixman and Parent Interaction Project; and Steven Fahrion and Biofeedback and Brain Wave Studies (Hypertension, Immunology, Cancer, Addiction etc.).

Date: 1979

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Research at the Menninger Foundation (Topeka, Kansas)  using computers - Joseph Kovach of the Quail genetics research project is checking computer data with Chuck Baird, Information Technician. (computer guru)Research at the Menninger Foundation (Topeka, Kansas)  using computers - Joseph Kovach, Ph.D., researcher and Terry Patterson, Ph.D., research in the schizophrenia project, at work with their data.Research at the Menninger Foundation (Topeka, Kansas)  using computers - Terry Patterson, Ph.D. of the schizophrenia research project, and Bob Athey, Ph.D.  working on their 1970

Research at the Menninger Foundation (Topeka, Kansas) using computers - Joseph Kovach of the Quail genetics research project is checking computer data with Chuck Baird, Information Technician. (computer guru)

Item Number: 223535
Call Number: Menninger Foundation Photographic Collection, Box 16, #196
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223535

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