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Unformatted text preview: OUTLINE 1 I. Problems – criticism a. Equates the high incidence of a characteristic with its desirability or acceptabilitiy b. Values play an unrecognized role in the definition of dimentions selected to measure, methods of measure II. Medical Definition a. Statement i. Defined by the functioning of biologically based processes in the body ii. Key Word: “mental Illness” or “disease” iii. Brings Diagnosis to the level of internal processes b. Problems – criticism i. Overlook other contexts that influence destructive functioning ii. Accept a high degree of infrerence that an upset biological process must be at the root III. Psychoanalytical (freud) a. Imbalance in internal biologically rooted psychological drives b. Values play an unrecognized goal in diefinition c. What is “balanced” biological functioning i. Evolutionary theory d. Functions which contribute to biological survival IV. Reproductive success a. Self- sacrificing altruism to biological stranger V. Legal definition a. Statement i. Defined by whether or not persons should be held legally responsible for their behavior ii. Key words “insane” “involuntary commitment” 1. Criminal commitment – insanity judgments iii. M’Naghten Rule – 1843 1. The insane person suffers such a defet of reason from disease...
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