PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Canadian Mental Health Association, Moral Treatment, World War I

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Self-Test Chapter 1
Multiple Choice
1.D
2.C
3.D
4.C
5.A
6.A moral treatment (Pinel) started humanitarian attitude towards mental illness
7.D Kraepelin made psychiatry book with syndromes and considered mental illness
separate with biological reasons
8.A
9.A
10.B
11.D Canadian Mental Health Association had co-founder w/ mental illness, wanted
to help WWI veterans and focus on mental illness and retardation
12.A
Short Answer
1.Some problems dont appear diff, e.g. anxiety Norms differ depending on the
culture
2.Exorcism, trepanning, prayer
3.Physiological processes, bile specifically, imbalance of
4.They were tortured into confession, no medical evidence. Gov. and hospitals were
for mentally ill
5.Poorly, for entertainment, inhumanely. Put in with people of different diseases.
6.Moral treatment was abandoned b/c hospitals overcrowding, more emphasis on
drugs
7.Mental illnesses are seen as incurable, and dangerous/unstable
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