By David H. Barlow, V. Mark Durand
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Of 86 susceptible people (82 students and 4 teachers in the four AP Photo/Hatem Moussa Modern Mass Hysteria ▲ Emotions are contagious and can escalate into mass hysteria. The Supernatural Tradition 9 yellow bile, and phlegm. Blood came from the heart, black bile from the spleen, phlegm from the brain, and choler or yellow bile from the liver. Physicians believed that disease resulted from too much or too little of one of the humors; for example, too much black bile was thought to cause melancholia (depression).
In addition to rest, good nutrition, and exercise, two treatments were developed. In one, bleeding or bloodletting, a carefully measured amount of blood was removed from the body, often with leeches. The other was to induce vomiting; indeed, in a well-known treatise on depression published in 1621, Anatomy of Melancholy, Robert Burton recommended eating tobacco and a half-boiled cabbage to induce vomiting (Burton, 1621/1977). If Judy had lived 300 years ago, she might have been diagnosed with an illness, a brain disorder, or some other physical problem, perhaps related to excessive humors, and been given the proper medical treatments of the day: bed rest, a healthful diet, exercise, and other ministrations as indicated.
But if you are 2 Chapter 1 Abnormal Behavior in Historical Context AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Ryan Remiorz Psychological disorder ▲ Distress and suffering are a natural part of life and do not in themselves constitute a psychological disorder. so shy that you find it impossible to date or even interact with people and you make every attempt to avoid interactions even though you would like to have friends, then your social functioning is impaired. Judy was clearly impaired by her phobia, but many people with similar, less severe reactions are not impaired.
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrated Approach (6th Edition) by David H. Barlow, V. Mark Durand