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Pseudo-Schizophrenia: How to Fool a Psychiatrist

It’s easier than you’d think —and this crack team has perfected the art.

Photo by Diane Picchiottino on Unsplash

The year is 1973, and, across America, eight secret agents spring into action.

Not “secret agents” in the ordinary sense of the world, though.




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Rory Cockshaw

Rory Cockshaw

I write about science, philosophy, and society. Occasionally whatever else takes my fancy. Student @ University of Cambridge, Yale Bioethics alum.

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