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Andrew Scull

The Domestication of Madness (1983)

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The Domestication of Madness (1983)

Andrew Scull

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Erving Goffman

Asylums (1961)

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Asylums (1961)

Erving Goffman

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New Jersey State Hospital

1848

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York Retreat

Samuel Tuke in 1796

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1949

Philip Ash shows that three psychiatrists interviewing same patient at same time agree less than 20% of the time.

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203

Medical 203, name of new classification developed by Brigadier General William Meninger in 1943

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1974

Spitzer and Fleiss demonstrate unreliability of DSM-II – only satisfactory for organic brain injury and alcoholism.

10

2005

Steven Sharfstein, then president of the American Psychiatric Association releases statement that psychiatrists had "allowed the biopsychosocial model to become the bio-bio-bio model".

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Selling Sickness, British Medical Journal

2002, Moynihan et. al

12

1997 Roche did what?

Released moclobemide for social phobia. PR firm launched campaign about this "soul-destroying condition". Articles in media followed.

13

Allan V. Horwitz

Creating mental illness (2002)

14

Cycle of Progressive Infirmity

Kenneth Gergen, Realities and Relationships (1994)

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Malaria fever therapy

Julius Wagner von Jaurreg, 1917

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Insulin Shock

Manfred Sakel, Berlin, 1927

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Metrazol

Ladislas J. Meduna, Budapest, 1933

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Electroshock

Ugo Cerletti, Italy, 1930s

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Lobotomy

Egas Moniz, Portugal, 1936

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1949 Nobel Prize goes to....

Egas Moniz for lobotomy

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1927 Nobel Prize goes to...

Julius Wagner von Juarreg, malaria fever therapy

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From 1954...

Chlormpromazine widely used in hospitals.

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In 1952, rights bought for...

Chlorpromazine, by Smith, Kline and French, as an anti-emetic.

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Lithium

1949, Melbourne psychiatrist John Cade

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Malaria fever therapy changed therapists attitudes to general paralysis patients where?

Patton State Hospital (Joel T. Braslow, 1996)

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Patton State Hospital psychs receive first vial of what when?

First vial of malaria-infected blood in 1928.

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Foucault

Madness and Civilization (1964)

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R.D. Laing

The Divided Self (1960)

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Thomas Scheff

Being Mentally Ill (1966)

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Until the 1920s...

All asylum patients involuntary