The Palo Alto Mental Research Institute (MRI) is one of the founding institutions of brief and family therapy. Founded by Don D. Jackson and colleagues, MRI has been one of the leading sources of ideas in the area of interactional/systemic studies, psychotherapy, and family therapy. The Mental Research Institute (MRI), established in 1958 by Donald deAvila Jackson, is a small, independent, multi-disciplinary, non-profit corporation. The focus of MRI is to explore and to encourage the use of an interactional approach to further understand and more effectively resolve human problems from the family to all other levels of social organization.
The following is the list of scholars from Mental Research Institute who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Mental Research Institute that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.
Improvement of stillage-based forage by lignocellulolytic bacteria
Akos Toth, Ildiko Bata-Vidacs, Katalin Inotai, Judit Kosztik, Szabina Luzics, Dorottya Sarkany and Jozsef Kukolya
Development of microbial inoculum for preventing aflatoxin contamination in corn silo
Ildiko Bata-Vidacs, Katalin Inotai, Akos Toth, Judit Kosztik, Szabina Luzics, Dorottya Sarkany and Jozsef Kukolya