For release: Friday October 23, 1959--"Get Laboratory Experience-Five University of Kentucky psychology students who are working toward a Ph.D. under Public Health Service grants hear Dr. John W. Donahoe, assistant professor in psychology, explain a multiple channel programming device used for students in form perception. From left to right: Larry Chasin, Francis Criswell, William Eckhardt, Dr. Donahoe, Robert DeBurger, and Walter Dickerson." Received October 24, 1959 from Public Relations
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