Leboyer

Le·boy·er

(lə-bwä-yā′), Frederick Born 1918.
French obstetrician who developed a radical method of childbirth called "painless birth," based on his idea that newborns have the ability to experience a full range of emotions.
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Moreover, in comparison with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia tends to be perceived as a more severe mental disorder, in addition to being less tolerated and more stigmatized (Durand-Zaleski, Scott, Rouillon & Leboyer, 2012; Stip, Caron & Mancini-Marie, 2006).
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