3.As a result of deinstitutionization, the state mental hospital population in the United States between 1955 and the late 1980s dropped from 550,000 to around a)1,000. b)3,000. c)13,000.
d)31,000. e)130,000. 4.The first U.S. advocate of moral treatment for the mentally ill was 5.Deinstitutionalization was the result of two major factors: the public outcry over the deplorable conditions in mental hospitals and 6.What were the conditions of treatment for the mentally ill during the period after moral therapy fell out of favor? deplorable conditions. electroconvulsive therapy. 7.During which decade did the community health system begin to take shape in the United States? a)1940s b)1950s c)1960s d)1970s e)1980s
8.What was the hope of the community-based care movement? psychological disorders 9.The social policy of redirecting the care of people with severe mental disorders from state mental hospitals toward community-based treatment settings is known as 10.Critics complain that contemporary public mental hospitals are like
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