Ingenious Regression: A Case of Hallucination
A woman of 60 had been in an assisted living environment for her entire adult life. Over the years she had consistently scored in the I.Q. range of 65 to 70. Such scores placed her in the category identified as “mild deficiency.” In the more antiquated I.Q. language, she would have been classified as retarded.
KeywordsInitial Consultation Auditory Hallucination Intake Interview Symptom Formation Identifiable Problem
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