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A four-phase study was conducted in the homes of 4 young children who displayed aberrant behavior. Phases 1 and 2 consisted of a series of descriptive and experimental analyses to identify the… (More)
A forced-choice preference assessment was conducted in which two dependent measures were used to select preferred stimuli: (a) approach responding and (b) latency to the first aberrant response.… (More)
In Part 1 of this essay, I argued that in Augustan and Georgian England it was widely understood that madness could have two more-or-less distinct meanings. "Moral" madness was the subject's own… (More)
BACKGROUND This paper examines the emergence of 'oral treatment' in British psychiatry. METHOD Re-examining a range of largely well-known sources, this article begins by outlining the social and… (More)
Part 1 of this essay argues that in Augustan and Georgian England it was widely understood that madness could have two more-or-less distinct meanings. 'Moral' madness was the subject's own fault, and… (More)
Antipsychiatry as a European, British and American phenomenon has been well documented by historians, yet almost nothing has been written about antipsychiatry in Australia.1 Milton Lewis' study… (More)