Case Studies in Abnormal Behavior, 7th Edition
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The case of joseph westbecker 1. Reports state Westbecker to be subject to ridicule at times being called Westbecker the Whacko or the sicko. Instead he starts collecting weapons becoming a groupie of violence subscribing to violent magazines.
In any case, Westbecker in the midst of failed suicide attempts turns You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.
Case study on Joseph Wesbecker's major depression. - WriteWork
Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Background It is considered that signs of these disorders were inherited to him genetically as his maternal grandmother was a mental patient and admitted twice in a hospital.
She showed signs of depression, suicidal attempts, and illusion of maltreatment. It is expected some these factors might have been transferred from his grandmother.
Joe's birth was normal but he had a very tragic background as his father died by felling from the roof of church and her mother borne the whole misery alone in the age of 17 years. His mother started living with her parents but soon joe's grand father died in an accident on job and after two years his paternal grandfather died of heart disease.
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His mental grandmother basically raised him. He also had to spent time in orphanage at the age of 12 to His education was also disturbed and he could study only till 8th grade and he showed symptoms of dyslexia and delinquency. The BMJ says they include reviews and memos "indicating that Eli Lilly officials were aware in the s that fluoxetine [the generic name of Prozac] had troubling side effects, and sought to minimise their likely negative effect on prescribing". Eli Lilly, the manufacturer of Prozac, which rapidly became a billion-dollar earner, was sued by the families of the victims of Joseph Wesbecker, who shot dead eight people, wounded a further 12, then killed himself in Louisville, Kentucky, in September The initial court case was heard in The victims' families argued that Eli Lilly had withheld negative study data from the FDA which proved that Prozac was capable of tipping somebody like Joseph Wesbecker into a homicidal rage.
The jury found for Lilly by nine to three, after the families failed to press their case and the company denied that there had been an out-of-court settlement. When Justice John Potter endorsed the verdict in early , the company claimed that it was "proven in a court of law
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