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NCJ Number: 31665 Find in a Library
Title: BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION - WINNERS IN THE GAME OF LIFE
Journal: CLEVELAND STATE LAW REVIEW  Volume:24  Issue:3  Dated:(1975)  Pages:422-462
Author(s): R L AYNES
Corporate Author: Cleveland State University College of Law
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 41
Sponsoring Agency: Cleveland State University College of Law
Cleveland, OH 44115
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS NOTE CONSIDERS THE EXTENT AND INTENSITY IN THE UNITED STATES OF CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS USING ORGANIC CONDITIONING TECHNIQUES, THE LEGAL RAMIFICATIONS OF SUCH PROGRAMS, AND PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE.
Abstract: THE LEGAL PROTECTIONS AGAINST INVOLUNTARY INMATE TREATMENT IDENTIFIED AND DISCUSSED INCLUDE THE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO FREE EXPRESSION AND 'MENTAL INTEGRITY,' THE RIGHT TO (MENTAL) PRIVACY, DUE PROCESS AND THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO EQUAL PROTECTION, AND THE EIGHTH AMENDMENT PROHIBITION AGAINST CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT. ALSO COUNSIDERED ARE THE RELATED ISSUES OF THE MORALITY OF THE USE OF BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION AGAINST THE WILL OF THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE DANGER OF POTENTIAL ABUSE.
Index Term(s): Behavior modification; Inmate Programs; Medicolegal considerations
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