Artistic self-expression in mental disease the shattered image of schizophrenics.. by J.H Plokker

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Artistic self-expression in mental disease: The Shattered Image of Schizophrenics (Art in its context: Studies in Ethno-Aesthetics, Volume II) Unknown Binding – January 1, by J. Plokker (Author), Adrian A. Gerbrands (Editor), Fokke Sierksma (Editor) & 0 moreAuthor: J.

Plokker. Artistic Expression and Mental Illness. While serving as a volunteer in a leading mental hospital I was horrified to see patients being routinely injected by Thorazine as they continued to stare into oblivion. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Plokker, J.H.

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Author(s): Plokker,Johannes Herbert, Title(s): Artistic self-expression in mental disease; the shattered image of schizophrenics. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Skilton [] Description: p. illus. Language: English MeSH: Art*; Schizophrenic Psychology* Notes: Translation of Geschonden beeld.

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December, ; "Art and mental health", in 'Mental Health', the Journal of the National Association for Mental Health (Mind). Vol. 22, No.2. History. It has been proposed that there is a particular link between creativity and mental illness (e.g.

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Creating art relieves stress, encourages creative thinking, increases brain plasticity, and imparts other mental health benefits.

And anyone can do art. “Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life.” There are a lot of misconceptions floating around about art.

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