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Americans need to be sensitive to these issues; the fact that we bring money and would like to have their data does not mean that we will always be welcome. This may become especially true as the Soviet Union opens up to more contacts and the tight central control of exchanges is lost. On the subject of multilateral versus bilateral contacts, Simon expressed a preference for making use of multilateral settings whenever possible. He seconded the importance of getting out of Moscow and noted that this has become much easier in recent years.
Please use the print version of this publication as the authoritative version for attribution. THE AMERICAN RESPONSE: IDEAS AND PROSPECTS 28 FINAL REMARKS • On integrating disciplinary researchers and Soviet area specialists, one participant remarked that it is important to bring social science methods, and not only disciplinary specialists, into Soviet studies. Another, while agreeing about the need to raise the research standards in area studies, saw the abstract methods valued in the disciplines as a barrier to entry for area specialists.
Collaboration through IREX is increasing, as is American interest, especially in Soviet work on child development. In the past, the Institute of Psychology of the Academy of Sciences made it difficult to contact scholars in the institutes of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences, where much of the interesting work was taking place. Although it is now possible to make direct contact with individual Soviet scholars, the group expressed concern about the difficulty of reaching Soviet psychologists. -Soviet contacts in psychology and to aid the development of Soviet behavioral science.