A literature analysis compared second generation antipsychotic medications (SGAs) to skin shock.
With SGAs, 23 of 136 problem behaviors were eliminated in 88 subjects. With skin shock treatment, 83 of 117 problem behaviors were eliminated in 114 subjects. The mean daily rate of baseline problem behaviors were 5,300.23 in skin shock studies compared to 282.31 with SGAs, nearly 19 times as high as in the studies on SGAs. Science and personal decisions need to determine treatment, not prejudice!
Blenkush N, Int J Psychol Behav Anal. 2017; 3(121).