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Pinel unchains the insane

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1960.

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French physician Philippe Pinel in 1795 ordered fetters removed from insane women in Paris' Salpetriere. His success in humane treatment of mental patients opened new perpectives for psychiatric research and practice.

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<p>French physician Philippe Pinel in 1795 ordered fetters removed from insane women in Paris' Salpetriere.  His success in humane treatment of mental patients opened new perpectives for psychiatric research and practice.</p>
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Pinel unchains the insane

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1960.

<p>French physician Philippe Pinel in 1795 ordered fetters removed from insane women in Paris' Salpetriere.  His success in humane treatment of mental patients opened new perpectives for psychiatric research and practice.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : color ; 35 x 42 cm

ABSTRACT

French physician Philippe Pinel in 1795 ordered fetters removed from insane women in Paris' Salpetriere. His success in humane treatment of mental patients opened new perpectives for psychiatric research and practice.

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