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  William H Reid   


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William H Reid, MD, MPH
PO Box 4015
Horshshoe Bay, TX 78657-4015

800/256-6627
830/596-9047 fax

reidw (snail) reidpsychiatry.com (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)

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  Reitan Neuropsychology Laboratories   


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Reitan Neuropsychology Laboratories, Inc
POB 66080
Tuscon, AZ 85728-6080

520/577-2970
520/577-2940 fax

reitanlabs (snail) aol.com (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)

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  Religious Research Association   


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Religious Research Association
108 Marist Hall
Catholic University of America
Washington, DC 20064

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  Renfrew Center Foundation   

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Renfrew Center Foundation
475 Spring Lane
Philadelphia, PA 19128

877/367-3383
215/482-2695 fax

foundation (snail) renfrew.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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Founded in 1985 as the first free-standing, residential treatment facility in the United States exclusively dedicated to the treatment of women with eating disorders, The Renfrew Center now has residential and outpatient facilities in several states and operates a nationwide referral network specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, trauma, anxiety, depression, substance abuse and other women's issues. The Renfrew Center Foundation is a non-profit organization, established by The Renfrew Center in 1988. The Foundation has three primary goals:
  • Conduct original research on the theory and treatment of eating disorders and related women's mental health problems
  • Provide meaningful training for professionals in the field of women's mental health
  • Support advocacy in women's mental health

The Renfrew Center has facilities in:

  • Pennsylvania
  • Florida
  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Connecticut
  • North Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Texas

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  Reputation Institute   

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The Reputation Institute
c/o Charles Fombrun, PhD, Executive Director
Leonard N Stern School of Business
New York University
KMEC 7-61, 7th Floor
44 West Fourth Street
New York, NY 10012

212/998 0211

cfomprun (snail) stern.nyu.edu (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Reputation Institute is a private research organization. Its core purpose is to build thought leadership about corporate reputations, their management, measurement and valuation.

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  Research Center for Group Dynamics [RCGD]   

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The goal of the Research Center for Group Dynamics [RCGD] is to advance the understanding of human behavior in a societal context. Research currently under way within RCGD includes:
  • Studies concerned with group decision making and social judgment
  • Conformity and independence
  • Violence and aggression, scholastic achievement, delinquency, and alternative schools
  • Social relationships and social support within African American communities
  • Aging in a variety of social contexts
  • Effects of educational television, computers, and other novel technology in classrooms
  • Stereotyping and social judgment
  • Culture and cognition, cognitive anthropology
  • Human mating strategies and conflict between the sexes
  • Mental representation of social categories with a focus on the development of notions of race in young children

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  Research Institute on Addictions [RIA]   

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Research Institute on Addictions
1021 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14203-1016

716/887-2566


About:


Research Institute on Addictions [RIA] in Buffalo, New York, is a national leader in alcohol and substance abuse prevention, treatment, and policy research. A component of the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, RIA is a member agency of the Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene and is affiliated with the University at Buffalo.

Founded in 1970, RIA scientists study alcoholism, substance abuse, and related issues such as crime and violence. The Institute offers addiction treatment services through its Clinical Research Center [CRC], an exemplary program which applies clinical research to improved treatment strategies. The history of alcoholism and the biomedical consequences of alcohol consumption are addressed by the Center for the Clinical and Medical Epidemiology of Alcohol.

Research topics include:

  • Etiology, prevention, intervention, and treatment of addictions
  • Role of alcohol and other drugs in crime and violence
  • Needs of special populations, including minorities, women, and youth
  • Driving while intoxicated
  • Social and psychological aspects of addictions
  • Health and medical aspects of addictions

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  Research Society on Alcoholism [RSoA]   

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Research Society on Alcoholism
7801 North Lamar Boulevard
Suite D-89
Austin, TX 78752-1038

512/454-0022
512/454-0812 fax

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The Research Society on Alcoholism [RSoA] was established in 1976 to assist and encourage the application of research to the solution of problems related to alcoholism. It serves as a meeting ground for scientists in the broad areas of alcoholism and alcohol-related problems. The Society promotes research and the acquisition and dissemination of scientific knowledge.

The official publication of RSoA is Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research.

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  Research and Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health   

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Research and Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health
1912 SW 6th Avenue
PO Box 751
Portland, OR 97207-0751

503/725-4040
503/725-4180 fax

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The Research and Training Center is affiliated with the Graduate School of Social Work, Portland State University and is allied with other research components of the School. The Center's research and training activities focus on improving services to children and youth who have mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders and their families.

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  Research Net "Depression, Suicidality"   

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The German Ministry of Education and Research [BMBF] initiated the Nets of Competence in Medicine research program, of which "Depression, Suicidality" is a component. The competence network "Depression, Suicidality" connects 15 German research centers and university hospitals, as well as the most important institutions of the German health care system (e.g. health insurance funds and associations of consultant practitioners).

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  Resource Center for Children of Abuse [RCCA2000]   

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RCCA2000
110 Liberty Street
Harrington, DE 19952

302/398-7926
302/398-0779
302/398-7540 fax

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A mother of an abused child offers ways to contact sources of professional help.

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  Resources for Cross Cultural Health Care   


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Resources for Cross Cultural Health Care
8915 Sudbury Road
Silver Spring, MD 20901

301/588-6051

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  RESPECT Program   


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RESPECT Program
1868 Park Marina Drive
Redding, CA 96001

530/244-9083


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The RESPECT Program offers counseling services for batterers.

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  Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation   

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RLS Foundation, Inc
4410 19-th Street NW
Suite 201
Rochester, MN 55901-6624

rlsf (snail) millcomm.com (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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Founded in 1990, the Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation is a nonprofit agency that provides information about RLS; helps develop support groups; supports research to find better treatments and, eventually, a definitive cure; educates physicians and patients about RLS; and publishes NightWalkers, a quarterly newsletter.

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  Reunião Lacanoamericano de Psicanálise do Recife   

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"Lacanoamericans," people who knew Lacan only from his writings rather than from hearing his lectures, has now become a keyword for the Lacanoamerican Reunion of Psychoanalysis of Recife, which has been held in various cities every 1 to 1-1/2 years since 1986, attracting psychoanaysts worldwide. The umbrella organization is composed of 34 Convoking Institutions from various countries.

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