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Question 1: The ________ is also aggressively opposed to involuntary treatment.
L. Ron HubbardChurch of ScientologyScientology and the legal systemScientology controversies

Question 2: In ________ the court ruled that a defendant had the right to refuse psychiatric medication while he was on trial, given to mitigate his psychiatric symptoms.
Washington v. HarperRiggins v. NevadaPerry v. LouisianaSell v. United States

Question 3: ________ severely limited the ability of a psychiatric hospital to forcibly medicate a patient.
Washington v. HarperSell v. United StatesClarence ThomasRiggins v. Nevada

Question 4: Critics, such as the ________, have denounced the strong racial and socioeconomic biases in forced treatment orders.
New York Civil Liberties UnionUnited StatesAryeh NeierAmerican Civil Liberties Union

Question 5: In Washington v. Harper the Supreme Court upheld the involuntary medication of prisoners in a ________ inmates only under certain conditions as determined by established policy and procedures.
United KingdomCapital punishmentPrisonUnited States

Question 6: In 1979, ________ established in Rogers v. Okin that a competent patient committed to a psychiatric hospital has the right to refuse treatment in non-emergency situations.
United States Court of Appeals for the Third CircuitUnited States Court of Appeals for the Eighth CircuitUnited States Court of Appeals for the First CircuitUnited States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Question 7: ________
Anti-psychiatryNew Freedom Commission on Mental HealthMental disorderMindFreedom International

Question 8: Psychiatric treatment primarily involves psychotropic medications, such as antidepressants, mood stabilizers, tranquillizers and '________' or neuroleptic medication.
ChlorpromazineOlanzapineAntiparkinsonAntipsychotic

Question 9: ________ groups, loosely allied with members of the psychiatric survivors movement, vigorously oppose involuntary treatment on civil rights grounds.
PsychotherapyEating disordersBiological psychiatryAnti-psychiatry

Question 10: Supporters of involuntary treatment include mainstream organizations such as the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and the ________.
PsychiatryAnti-psychiatryAmerican Psychiatric AssociationPsychotherapy
















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