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This sensible guide, written by way of a psychological health and wellbeing nurse and a professional via event, offers a shared knowing of bipolar affliction and restoration.

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Weindling, 1989, p. 516. 110. Proctor, 1988, p. 43. 111. von Verschuer, 1939, p. 79. 112. Weindling, 1989, p. 562. Further information on German twin camps can be found in Ash, 1998. 113. Ellinger, 1942, p. 141. 30 Chapter 2. Twin Research: Misunderstanding Twins, From Galton to the 21st Century I was particularly interested in their laboratory for the study of the inheritance of behavior and mental capacities. For this purpose the twins were placed in two identical rooms, separated by a narrow corridor for the observer, who had a free view over both rooms through big windows in the walls.

The authors of two criminal twin studies published in 1936, Heinrich Kranz and Friedrich Stumpfl, both called for the compulsory sterilization of criminals. According to Kranz, One could ascertain so far on the basis of twin concordance rates that have been found that the imbecile criminals are undesirable in terms of racial hygiene [rassenhygienisch unerwünscht]; furthermore, some types of criminal psychopaths are borderline psychotics and severe alcoholics. 107 Kranz wrote that the genetic impairment of sex offenders “can hardly be questioned,” while adding that “the castration law is simultaneously fulfilling the racial hygienic task [rassenhygienische Aufgabe]”108 Stumpfl went on to 102.

500. 170. Slater, 1971, p. 18. 171. Schulz, 1934, pp. 138-139 (my translation). 172. , p. 142 (my translation). 173. Schulz, 1939. 174. Weber, 1996, p. 328. 40 Chapter 2. Twin Research: Misunderstanding Twins, From Galton to the 21st Century failed to mention Schulz’s public support of the sterilization law in his 1934 Volk und Rasse article. After the war, Schulz was a founder of the Max Planck Institute in Munich, which was the successor to Rüdin’s institute. *** Psychiatric geneticists Rüdin, Luxenburger, Schulz, Conrad and others studied twins and popularized twin research in order to provide what they viewed as additional evidence that people with “undesirable” traits were “hereditarily tainted,” and deserved to fall under the sterilizer’s knife or worse.

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