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  • 1. MoralIssue of Behavioral Control
  • 2. How do you differentiate exorcism and psychiatric disorder.
  • 3. lobotomy Known as psychosurgery Cutting into or acroos the lobe of the brain Surgical removal destruction of brain tissue With the purpose of altering moods, behaviors and mental states Antonia Egas Moniz for schizophrenics
  • 4. Types of PsychoSurgery Cingulotractomy ◦ Treat depression-anxiety ◦ Obssessional neuroses Thalamotomy ◦ Hyperesponsive states syndrome, violent and unmanageable behavior Amydalotomy ◦ Control temporal lobe epilepsy
  • 5. Chemotherapy Chemical drugs are used for behavior contorl Psychotrophic agenst ◦ Alter moods, behavior or thinking ◦ Lithium hydroxide  Manic depressive illness ◦ Reserpine ◦ Chlorpromazine ◦ MAOI ◦ TCA
  • 6. Psychotherapy Psychological methods such as ◦ Psychoanalysis ◦ Hypnosis ◦ Reeducation Known as psychopathy ◦ Talking to people, face to face relationship of the psychotherapist
  • 7. Electrical Stimulation of theBrain Horseley-Clarke Stereotoxic device To evoke sensation, stimulate memory and delay heartbeat or make a finger move. Electrodes inside the brain Stimoreceiver to the computer Brain wave activity=onset of viloent episode
  • 8. Aversion therapy Same as operant condition Of rewards and punishment
  • 9. Application of ethical theoriesNegative Kant Rawls Natural lawPositive Paternalism Utilitarianism Ross