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of affecting much of the rest of the body, but "there is no warrant for the fanciful view that the ancient Egyptians believed that a variety of bodily complaints were due to an animate. Often one of the accusers. G All 5 girls, Ann., Mercy, Mary, Abigail, and Elizabeth were involved in Titubas story telling, voodoo practicing, and fortune telling. This new technology also allowed husbands whose wives had been diagnosed with hysteria to partake in the treatments at home. Once he realized what he had done, he retracted his statement. D Giles Corey had a criminal record and a hot -temper. This is similar to a common scenario of what happened at the Salem witch trials. 1 The standard cure for this "hysterical suffocation" was scent therapy, in which good smells were placed under a woman's genitals and bad odors at the nose, while sneezing could be also induced to drive the uterus back to its correct place. 10 Freud furthered this research by claiming that hysteria was not anything physical at all but an emotional, internal affliction that could affect both males and females, which was caused by previous trauma that led to the afflicted being unable to enjoy sex in the.
1 While most Hippocratic writers saw the retention of menstrual blood in the womb as a key problem, for Galen even more serious was the retention of "female seed". 2 Modern implications and feminist theory edit Jean-Martin Charcot s theories of hysteria being a physical affliction of the mind and not of the body led to identifying and measuring target behaviours a more scientific and analytical approach to the disease in the 19th century. Clin Pract Epidemiol Ment Health. D- Was there really a Witch Hysteria? 8 This definition of femininity as motherhood came at a time when women were fighting for more rights and a larger role in society. B- The Salem witch trials were a series of events that eventually lead to the hanging of 19 men and women. B Tituba tells story from native land. His wife however, b/c with child was not. A A common similarity found amongst all the people who were hung, was that they all had had past disagreement, or land argument with some on in the town. Gilman, Sander., Helen King, Roy Porter,.S. Or was it an easy way to rid the town of Socially undesirable and the conflict causers?
Charles Lasegue, who was a 19th century French physician, once said that, ". Hysteria was the wastepaper basket.
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