3 edition of Dietary studies at the government hospital for the insane,... found in the catalog.
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Dr. Benjamin Rush, the "father of American psychiatry," was the first to believe that mental illness is a disease of the mind and not a "possession of demons." His classic work, Observations and Inquiries upon the Diseases of the Mind, published in , was the first . Dixmont State Hospital (originally the Department of the Insane in the Western Pennsylvania Hospital of Pittsburgh) was a hospital located northwest of Pittsburgh, in , Dixmont was once a state-of-the-art institution known for its highly self-sufficient and park-like campus, but a decline in funding for state hospitals and changing philosophies in psychiatric care caused Architectural style: Kirkbride Plan (mental asylum).
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In an article released this weekend, Associated Press reporter Mike Stobbe details new revelations about medical experiments conducted decades ago by the U.S. government. It also became the custom to detail one medical officer each from the Army and the Navy to the Government Hospital for the Insane to study mental diseases for a 2-year period.
The incidence of insanity in Army enlisted personnel in the decade of continued at the usual rate of 1 to 2 per 1, troops per year. State Hospital No. 3 at Nevada (8th biennial report), State Hospital for Insane No.
4 at Farmington (1st biennial report), and; Report of Committee to Visit State Institutions, in legislative journal appendix ; State Hospital for the Insane, No. 1, State Hospital for the Insane, No. 2, State Hospital for the Insane. The hospital dietary department.
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