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Wednesday, September 29, 2010


There was a question that seemed pressing in this report: what is meant by "impulsive?" Is this a character issue? an aspect of being dissociated or in a state resembling hypnosis? Is this a drug brought into the body? Is this a fixed state? It seems to me that these variables would be very clinically important over a definition of "impulsive" as defined as some non-consideration of consequences or not thinking about choices.

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