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Pinel

 [pe-nel´]
Philippe (1745–1826). French physician and philosopher who worked with the mentally ill; he is credited with the development of the foundations of occupational therapy.

Pi·nel

(pi-nel'),
Philippe, French psychiatrist, 1745-1826. See: Pinel system.
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