Project MKULTRA/Subproject 130

From Kook Science

Subproject 130 was a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency program, active 1961-1962 and operating under the aegis of Project MKULTRA, organised for the purpose of studying "the interpretive value of assessment concepts derived from the Wechsler upon hospitalized patients with varying patterns of symptoms," these being of two groups, the first being testing of "conversion hysterics," and the second "migraine and ulcer patients." The project was run out of Columbia University[1] by David Saunders and William Thetford, and funded through the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology cut-out.