Action for Mental Health: Final Report, 1961

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Index
Academy of Religion and Mental Health, 135
administrative patterns, 209
administrative problems (of research), 2I4
aftercare, 178-189, 270-275
Aid to Dependent Children (A.D.C.); see child welfare
Albee, George W., 140, 141, 142, 149, 151, I52, 153, 154, 155-156, 157, 158, I59, 160, 162, 164
Allinsmith, Wesley, 124, 125, 126, 127, I28, 131
American Hospital Association, 18
American Journal of Insanity,63
American Psychiatric Association, 170, 250, 266, 268, 275, 280
American Psychological Association, 170, I99, 203
Americans View Their Mental Health (Gurin et al.), 95, 102, 108, 256
anxiety, 10, II, 106
Appel, Kenneth E., xxviii
applied research, 195, 207-209, 231; see also mental health research resources
appropriations; see expenditures
attendants, 153-154, 175
Bahn, Anita K., 49, 51
Bane, Frank, 143, 255
Barker, Llewellys F., 69, 70
Bartemeier, Leo H., xxviii
basic research, 195, 204-207, 224, 231, 234; see also mental health research resources
Bayne-Jones, S., 255
Beers, Clifford W., II, 12, 67-69, 70, 71
Betz, Barbara J., 36
biochemistry (of mental illness), 205, 240
Blain, Daniel, 281
Blue Cross Plans, 285-286
Bly, Nellie, 57
Bockoven, J. S., 29, 32-33, 34, 63, 72, 81
Bond, Earl D., 35
Boston Psychopathic Hospital, 33, 34, 35, 88,89
brain research, 202, 204-205
Brill, Henry, 40-45
Brooks (Phillips) House, 89, 92
Brown, Esther Lucile, 34
Cameron, Ewen D., 180
cancer, 9, 14, 17, 35, 60
Census of Mental Patients,19
child welfare, 114-116
children's treatment, 263-264
chlorpromazine, 40, 42; see also tranquilizing drugs
chronic disease hospitals, 268-270
churches, 119-120, 132-140
Churches and Mental Health, The (McCann), 132, 137
clergymen; see churches; professional help
clinics; see mental health clinics
Closed Ranks (Gumming), 77
Cole, Jonathan, 45
college student volunteer program, 88-93, 253-254
community planning, 120-123
community resources (in mental health), I09-123
Community Resources in Mental Health (Robinson et al.), 110, 122, 123, 257

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