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" ... keepers. In no case is deception on the patient employed, or allowed ; on the contrary, the greatest frankness, as well as kindness, forms a part of the moral treatment. His case is explained to him, and he is made to understand, as far as possible,... "
The Medical Intelligencer: Containing Extracts from Foreign and American ... - Seite 197
1828
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The Christian Spectator, Band 1

1827
...as far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which he is subjected has become necessary. Bv this course, of intellectual management, it has been...Institution, that patients, who had always been raving whoa confined without being told the reason, and refractory, when commanded instead of being intreated,...
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The Christian Spectator

1827
...treatment. His case is explained to him, and he is made to understand, as far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which he is subjected has become...Institution, that patients, who had always been raving when cvufiaed without being told the reason, and refractory, when commanded instead of being intreated,...
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Travels in North America in the Years 1827 and 1828, Band 2

Basil Hall - 1829
...him, and he is made. to understand, as, far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which he.js subjected has become necessary. " By this course of...reason, and refractory, when commanded instead of being entreated — soon became peaceable and docile. " This kind treatment) of course, does not apply to...
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Travels in North America in the Years 1827 and 1828, Band 2

Basil Hall - 1829
...him, and he is made.to understand, as, far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which he.js subjected has become necessary. " By this course of...as a matter of experience at our Institution, that patients—who had always been raving when confined without being told the reason, and refractory,...
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Travels in North America in the Years 1827 and 1828, Band 2

Basil Hall - 1829
...management, it • has been found, as a matter of experience at our Institution, that patients—who had always been raving when confined without being...reason, and refractory, when commanded instead of being entreated—soon became peaceable and docile. " •': » M This kind treatment, of course, does not...
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Transactions of the Albany Institute, Band 1

Albany Institute - 1830
...treatment. His case is explained to him, and he is made to understand, as far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which he is subjected has become...reason, and refractory, when commanded instead of being entreated, soon became peaceable and docile. " This kind of treatment of course does not apply to idiots,...
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Travels in North America, in the Years 1827 and 1828, Band 2

Basil Hall - 1830
...treatment. His case is explained to him, and he is made to understand, as far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which he is subjected has become...reason, and refractory, when commanded instead of being entreated — soon became peaceable and docile. " This kind treatment, of course, does not apply to...
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The New York Medical and Physical Journal, Band 7

1828
...to him, and he is made to understand, as far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which be is subjected has become necessary. " By this course...experience at our Institution, that patients, who bad always been raving when conGned without being told the reason, and refractory, when commanded instead...
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Journal of the Senate and House

New Hampshire. General Court. Senate - 1836
...understand as far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which he ' is subjected has bec%me necessary. By this course of intellectual management,...institution, that patients who had always been raving when confmed without being told tho reason, and refractory wfacn commanded instead of being intreated, soon...
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator, Band 1

1827
...treatment. His case is explained to him, and he ; ; made to understand, as far as possible, the reasons why the treatment to which he is subjected has become...patients, who had always been raving when confined without heing told the reason, and refractory, when commanded instead of being intreated, soon became peaceable...
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