Sociologists Opposed to Reinstitutionalization Have Made All of the Following
Sociologists opposed to reinstitutionalization have made all of the following arguments AGAINST reinstitutionalization EXCEPT ________.
A)that it would herald the return to the era of the "snake pit" and grim,underfunded,understaffed orphanages
B)that reinstitutionalization threatens ideals of community care,patients' rights
C)that mainstreaming of people with mental disabilities,or histories of neglect may be threatened
D)that it amounts to warehousing of troubled and neglected members of society,which is why many mental hospitals and orphanages were shut down
E)that reinstitutionalization would not alleviate the suffering of mentally ill homeless people who live on the streets
The political battles surrounding mental-health care in the United States focus largely on __________.
A)defining the problem
B)the issue of parity
According to the text's discussion __________.
A)anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa affect twice as many boys and men as girls and young women
B)attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is almost twice as common among girls and young women as it is among boys and young men
C)anorexia nervosa,bulimia nervosa,and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are the most common and problematic health problems among children and adolescents in the United States
D)All of the above
E)None of the above
Under the healthcare reform law of 2010,__________.
A)benefits policies issued by insurance companies impose a lifetime limit of benefits for mental illness up to $50,000
B)the Surgeon General's office will pass regulations that ensure that one-third of Americans who need psychiatric help receive it
C)state and municipal governments will assume the burden of caring for the mentally ill through shelters
D)selling of firearms and ammunition will include rigorous mental health checks
E)insurance companies cannot deny coverage for preexisting conditions,whether physical or mental;thus ensuring that millions of Americans receive treatments.