Rosenhan (1973) Rational in Crazy spots.


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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots. presentation trouble of judging what is \'normal\' fluctuates after some time/between social orders Rosenhan asked \"If rational soundness and madness exist, in what capacity might we know them?\" p250 research Q: if \'normal\' individuals endeavor confirmation will they be identified? /how? . psychlotron.org.ukMark Souter.
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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane places On being rational in crazy spots Science 179 250-8 psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots presentation trouble of judging what is "typical" changes after some time/between social orders Rosenhan asked "If rational soundness and craziness exist, by what method should we know them?" p250 look into Q: if "ordinary" individuals endeavor affirmation will they be recognized? /how? psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots the study: scientists (NOT members!) 8 rational individuals endeavored confirmation graduate understudy; 3 analysts; a pediatrician; a painter; a "housewife" called for an arrangement 12 healing centers; 5 US states gave false names/addresses; generally amend points of interest psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots the study: pseudo-indications pseudo-patients (PPs) reported new, same sex "voices" misty however said \'discharge\'; \'empty\'; "crash" reproduced \'existential emergency\'s (who am I?; what am I doing here?) NB no say of \'existential emergency\'s in hypotheses in psychosis psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots the study: after affirmation quit reporting side effects ... be that as it may, may have looked restless! partook in ward exercises kept notes each needed to get out by their own particular gadgets! psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots Results: healing centers\' reactions NB clinic staff were the subjects (members) of this trial none of the PPs were recognized everything except one analyzed as schizophrenic NB not one clear side effect of this! some different patients were suspicious (35/118 said as much) psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots comes about: getting out every pseudo-quiet (PPs) needed to get out ASAP! stayed in healing facility 7 - 52 days (av 19) released with \'schizophrenia abating\' psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots comes about: follow up study an educating and research doctor\'s facility mindful of study let one know or more pseudo-patients would look for affirmation in next 3m c 1/10 suspected by 1 specialist + one staff part none had been sent psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots Results: general perceptions (1) typical conduct of PPs disregarded or misjudged note taking recorded as neurotic in 3 medicinal records e.g. \'Persistent takes part in composing conduct\' [please participate in this conduct in my lessons!] psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots comes about: general perceptions (2) Rosenhan noted: rational/crazy conduct cover, (for example, discouraged states of mind or outrage) in the study a specialist was seen to note early lining for lunch told enlistment centers [trainees] this was \'oral-greedy\' disorder another translation: weariness in doctor\'s facility! psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots comes about: PP perceptions PPs moved toward staff with amenable solicitations e.g. \'Excuse me Dr X, would you be able to let me know when I will be exhibited at the workforce conference? 71% specialists; 88% medical caretakers completely disregarded PP\'s Qs! [comparative study U understudies - U staff basically 100% responses] attendants remained in workplaces c90% of time advisor tolerant contact = < 7 mins for each day psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots comes about: proof of depersonalisation no protection, even in latrine (entryways frequently evacuated) medicinal records open to all staff, paying little heed to helpful duty ward orderlies severe before different patients; stop when other staff seen = patients\' perspectives valueless psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots comes about: drug PPs given 2,100 tablets just 2 gulped when some were flushed PPs spotted other patients\' prescription! = helpful patients\' conduct disregarded psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots exchange (1) Rosenhan guaranteed "It is clear we can\'t recognize the normal from the crazy in psychiatric hospitals" (p257) is by all accounts exaggerating BUT inability to distinguish rational soundness follow up faulty location of craziness psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Rosenhan (1973) Sane in Insane spots talk (2) depersonalisation and feebleness R said practices translated by means of desires R said better to examine practices and causes R noted genuine patients did not have PPs\' solace of false determination psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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