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“The spirit within nourishes, and the mind, diffused through all the members, sways the mass and mingles with the whole frame.” Virgil, The Aeneid
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Today’s outline Review History lesson Modern biological approaches WARNING: Heavy information day! Ask me for a couple mental breaks!
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Review Definition(s) of mental illness? 5 axes of the DSM?
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History lesson History of human civilization’s approach to psychological distress and abnormal behavior: 1. Supernatural approaches 2. Biological approaches 3. Psychological approaches
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Early approaches: spirits vs. the body Earliest civilizations: Demonology Greeks: Hippocrates Four humors “wandering uterus” The Dark Ages: Witchcraft Renaissance: “moon and stars” vs. scientific method
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Movement towards treatment Renaissance asylums “Moral treatment” (early 1800s) Philippe Pinel (France) Dorothea Dix (Boston) Historical context
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Clash of the 1800s The body: “Psychiatric revolution”
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