Re: paranoia

James Daugherty (
Sun, 14 Sep 1997 20:02:14 -0400

Then there is the problem of people who are afraid to connect the dots!

Best way to reduce anxiety is to ignore your senses and tune in to the
authorities. Trying to undestand the situation independently could make one
even more anxious and uncomfortable.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Anton Sherwood <>
To: <>;
Date: Tuesday, September 09, 1997 10:18 PM
Subject: paranoia

I've been wondering whether paranoia can be defined, at least
in part, as abnormally high sensitivity of the pattern-detecting
faculty; and if so, whether it can be detected by asking the
subject to find patterns in random dots.

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