Of Mad Dogs and Scientists: The Perils of the "Criminal-Insane"
Burt, Robert A
University of Pennsylvania Law Review 123(2): 258-296, Dec 1974.
Behavior Control; Behavioral Research; Competence; Criminal Law; Dangerousness; Deception; Drugs; Duration of Commitment; Equal Protection; Institutionalized Persons; Involuntary Commitment; Investigators; Law; Legal Aspects; Motivation; Prisoners; Research; Social Control; Social Dominance; Stigmatization;
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