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By: Susan E. F. Chipman

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Chapter 10: Obtaining Department of Defense Funding for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

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Obtaining Department of Defense Funding for Research in the Behavioral Sciences
Obtaining department of defense funding for research in the behavioral sciences
Susan E. F.Chipman

The various agencies of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) have long been a major source of funding for behavioral science research. The early development of the Army Alpha test of mental abilities during World War I is well known, but it was during World War II that behavioral science research, like many other kinds of scientific research came to play an important role in the war effort. In 1946, the Office of Naval Research (ONR), the agency with which I am most familiar, was founded to continue the relationships with the university research community that had proved so useful during the ...

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