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  • October 18, 2013 at 8:08 pm

    I like the theory put forth in this article. My Problem is that the listed resources are for/from law enforcement regarding criminals. so I am wondering why headshrinkers (for lack of a better term)do not use profiling along with the battery of tests to determine a better/closer diagnosis of their potential patients. from my own experience the answer choices provided on some of those tests were no where near the answer I had for a specific question, but I was forced to choose one of the answers listed. which in turn told the test examiner something completely different than I could have told them. So I really think that in addition to that battery of tests a proper profiling would assist in a more accurate assessment of illnesses. I wouldn’t be able to give myself a proper profiling, but I would be interested in what a proper (non criminal) profile of me would say about me, and see also weather I would agree with it or not. I believe it would help with the self image perception we all have for ourselves good, or bad.


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