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What are the critical elements of the zeitgeist that lead to the development of mental asylums in the U.S.

shift in causality paradigms
industrialization
socialization of care/govt provision

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Who were the key individuals instrumental to the mental asylum movement?

Phillipe Pinel and John F. Kennedy

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holistic; looked at the whole person and not the specific parts

Moral therapy model

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What does the moral therapy consist of?

occupational therapy
exercise and recreation
hygiene
hobbies
physical treatment

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Who founded moral therapy?

Phillippe Pinel

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Compare moral therapy to modern therapeutic approaches?

Moral therapy is more humanistic in its therapy. It doesn't run tests or evaluate the patients' minds but helps them live normally

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What are the critical factors in the decay of the asylum movement.?

new generation medication
patient care replaced by financial/admissions requirements
low quality treatment and housing

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Who founded the American Psychiatric Association in 1921?

Asylum superintendents

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What were the aspects of the Community Mental Health Act & deinstitutionalization?

reliance on family members to care for patients
new medication to stabilize
govt. funded community health centers available for crisis

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What was the zeitgeist of the Community Mental Health Act and deinstitutionalization?

decay of mental asylums for financial reasons
development of new gen meds

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What was the impact of the Community Mental Health Act and deinstitutionalization?

estavlished the concept of the community health facility
only 700 facilities were built and under-staffed/funded
over 60% of patients did not have family to care for them so became America's homeless

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What did Boris Sidis believed to be the key component of psychopathology and what this represents

Fear is the key component of psychopathology
He thinks it represents the root of mental illness

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He wanted to measure the mind to determine what makes a 'normal mind'.They were used in a breadth of public spetrums from college entrance to world expositions to clinical laboratories. Ended up in mental hospitals.

Jean McKeen Cattell

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How did James McKeen Cattell impact psych

formed the basis of clinical psych.

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He opened the first psych clinic in the US. Went up to APA and told them how psych needs to be applied to medicine and education. Credited for school psych. Developed the clinical method

Lightner Witmer

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The movement where psychologists can determine academic potential

Intelligence testing movement

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What was the significance of the intelligence testing movement?

Produced correlation with school performance as measured by grades
used with feebleminded and indicated dfference in performance among those children

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What was the role/impact of intelligence testing movement?

focal role for psychologists from 1908-1916

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Who were the key individuals in the intelligence testing movement?

Henry Herbert Goddard
Lewis Terman

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What was the impact of the pseudo-psychologies on the organizational development of professional psychology

The public couldn't differentiate between pseudo-psycholgists and psychologists so it prompted them to have some kind of certification

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What was the motivation for J.E. Wallace Wallin to form the AACP

how the public was stupid and couldn't tell the diff between the reals and the fakes

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What was the result (or desired impact) when forming the AACP?

Wanted a state licensure status for psychologists, approved training sites, and the min standards necessary to be a psychologist

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Helped with the rise of psych
led 2 large scale intelligence tests in the army

Walter Dill Scott

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Post WWI views/beliefs of cause/development of ‘Shell Shock’

people are weak

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Connection w Psychology and the war

The war opened more opportunities and given a rise to psychology because of the soldiers' mental health

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The VA used psychologists to provide what type of services?

psychotherapy

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development/creation of the boulder model

where several psychologists got together for 2 weeks and decide what criteria is needed to be a psychologist

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content of the boulder model

identified core skills beyong the doctoral in psych training
practicum training
1 yr internship
research dissertation

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purpose of the boulder model

to create a credential for psychologists

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process by which a title is protected

certification

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more encompassing; protects title and defines a list of practices that make up a particular profession

licensure

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Psychologist stationed at the army hospital in Pittsburg, VA. He reported that the soldiers had been diagnosed shell shock. Later renamed PTSD.

Harry Hollingworth

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He was not a psychiatrist but rather a neurologist He acknowledged the value of psychology is the medical arena. He was also interested in psychopathology. Wrote Journal of Abnormal Psychology in 1906 and the famous book The Dissociation of a Personality in 1905. He opened Harvard's first psych clinic and put it in the philosophy department because he pushed against medicine.

Morton Prince

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He was a chaplian and psychology professor. He says that physical ailments have psychological or spiritual causes. Considered the role of reigion in healing. He blended medical diagnosis and spiritual advice. Many psychologists and psychiatrists disagreed with him because he wasn't trained in psychology.

Elwood Worchester