The First Asylum for the Mentally Ill Established in Canada
The first asylum for the mentally ill established in Canada was
A) Vancouver Psychiatric Hospital.
B) Montreal's Allen Memorial Hospital.
C) the Rockwood asylum in Kingston.
D) the Hotel Dieu in Quebec.
E) the Hotel Dieu in Calgary.
During the 17ᵗʰ century, in which Canadian province was it that the development of proper places of care for the mentally ill was most accepted?
D) British Columbia
The first textbook printed in Canada dealing with care and housing of the mentally ill
A) encouraged patience and tolerance.
B) suggested that the mentally ill be treated at home.
C) reflected the moral therapy approach.
D) recommended treating them with floggings.
E) recommended drug therapy.
Archival evidence shows that many early lobotomies were performed in Canada primarily to:
A) restore calm and reason to the patient so that they can participate in psychotherapy
B) reduce suffering in patients with acute occipital dysfunction
C) alleviate hospital management problems and advance research
D) determine the role of the cerebellum in cases of severe emotional problems
E) cure schizophrenia