What is the most notable contribution of Clarence Hincks?

What is the most notable contribution of Clarence Hincks?
A)He argued that mental illness is treatable with a combination of drugs and individualized attention.
B)He argued that mental illness was incurable but more humane institutions were needed to care for the mentally ill.
C)He argued that mental illness was caused by brain pathology and, therefore, was incurable and that therapy should consist of learning to cope with symptoms.
D)He argued that mental illness was treatable, which was contrary to the prevailing view at the time.


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