Regarding the Primitive Approaches Used as Therapy for Mental Illness,

Question 41
Multiple Choice

Regarding the primitive approaches used as therapy for mental illness, which of the following statements is/are true? A)Archaeological findings dating to the Stone Age suggest that most primitive approaches were marked by fear and superstitious belief in demons, witchcraft, and magic. B)In ancient times, trepanning meant boring, chipping, or bashing holes into a patient's head to relieve pressure or release evil spirits. C)During the Middle Ages when mental illness focused on demonology, physical torture was used to make the body an inhospitable place for the devil to reside. D)All of these statements are true.