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Chapter 89: The Rosenhan Study: The Influence of Labels
David and his associates sought admission to a number of mental hospitals.
The only symptom they reported was hearing voices.
All of them were admitted to the institutions because of their mental illness.
At that time, they stopped reporting unusual symptoms and behaved the way they normally do.
None of the researchers were exposed as fakes, and all of them left the institutions with the diagnosis of schizophrenia in the clear.
The researchers' behavior was seen as a sign of their disorder in the institutions.
The next chapter will discuss treatment methods.
Five suggested answers or completions are followed by each of the questions or incomplete statements.
Pick the one that is the best.
Juan hears voices telling him to kill people.
Linda's neighbors describe her as shy and mild.
She is a devoted wife and mother to her three children.
Linda sometimes dresses up in revealing clothing and goes to bars to find men.
She is loud at times.
She tells everyone that she is Jen.
Linda responds only to the name Sally when she is upset.
Women in the United States have a higher rate of depression than men.
A man is unable to move his arm.
No one has been able to find a reason for his paralysis.
Reni is aroused by shoes.
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