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36 Committee or' National Statistics Turner, C., and Krauss, E. 1978 Fallible indicators of Me subjective state of Me nation. American Psychologist 33:456~70. Wade, N. 1980 University and drug firm battle over billion-dollar gene: a lawsuit over interferon may change the informal ways by which researchers exchange matenals. Science 209: 1492-1494. Wallerstein, M.B. 1984 Scientific conununicaiion and national security in 1984. Science 224(4 May 1984):46~466. Wolins, L. 1962 Responsibility for raw data. American Psychologist l 7:657~58. APPENDIX: EXPLORATORY CONFERENCE ON SHARING OF SOCIAL-SCIENCE RESEARCH DATA Participants CLIFFORD HILDRETH (Chair), Center for Economic Research, University of Minnesota MURRAY ABORN, Division of Social Sciences, National Science Foundation BARRY B. BOYER, Law School, State University of New York at Buffalo JEROME M. CLUBB, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, University of Michigan ALAN E. GROSS, Department of Psychology, University of Maryland TAMARA HAREVEN, Department of History, Clark University TERRY HEDRICK, Department of Psychology, Kent State University EVELYN JACOB, Center for Applied Linguistics, Arlington, Virginia MAR TO L. LEVIN, Department of Sociology, Emory University HERBERT S. PARNES, Faculty of Labor and Human Resources, Ohio State University MELVIN W. REDER, Graduate School of Business, University of-Chicago DONALD J. TREIMAN, Assembly of Behavioral and Social Sciences, National Research Council-National Academy of Sciences Staffer the Committee on National Statistics EDWIN D. GOLDFIELD, Executive Director MIRON L. SHEAF, Research Director MARGARET E. MARTIN, Senior Research Associate LENORE E. BIXBY, Consultant ELEANOR M. MARTIN, Administrative Assistant