1978 Dec. 1
New York (N.Y.) - Presenting findings from the controversial report published by the Task Force on Electroconvulsive Therapy at the APA including the suggested that a special committee be established to "monitor and supervise the recommendations of this report...."
1978 Dec. 11
New York (N.Y.) - Positive writeup on the psychiatric survivor movement discussing litigation, vocabulary, shock therapy and drugs.
1988 Oct. 18
San Francisco (Calif.) - Article on the "Bess Mess Trial" referencing the shock treatment of Sukhreet Gabel used to discredit her as a witness.
1979 Jan. 29
San Francisco (Calif.) - On a report of CIA human-behavior and mind control projects using electroshock techniques and the indication that these trials persisted beyond the initial MK-ULTRA project which ended in 1963. Section of article about Dr. Cameron's controversial work in Canada is circled in pencil.
1978 Sept. 20
Montréal (Québec) - Reporting on the failure of a lawsuit alleging brain damage suffered by a psychiatrist who was administered intensive shock treatments according to the Page-Russel method. Evidence was not sufficient to prove brain damage or financial loss on the part of the victim or wrong doing by the doctor being prosecuted.
1979 Jan. 8
San Francisco (Calif.) - On a report of CIA human-behavior and mind control projects using electroshock techniques. Including images from secret memos released under a Freedom of Information request.