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A psychological study of motion pictures in relation to venereal disease campaigns, by Karl S. Lashley, PH.D., and John B. Watson, PH.D.

Main Author: Lashley, Karl S. 1890-1958.
Related Names: Watson, John B. 1878-1958, joint author.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington ; United States Interdepartmental social hygiene board, 1922.
Subjects: Motion pictures.
Sexually transmitted diseases > Prevention.
Note: This study was made possible by the grant of a sum of money from the U.S. Interdepartmental social hygiene board to the Psychological laboratory of Johns Hopkins university for the purpose of assisting the laboratory in "investigating the informational and educative effect upon the public of certain motion-picture films used in various campaigns for the control, repression, and elimination of venereal diseases".
Physical Description: 88 p. 23 cm.
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