Dr. Davis: "He was disheveled. He has a lot of bruises and marks on him. His eyes were bloodshot... I believe he had blood crusted around his nose."
Dr. Davis: He took a long time to answer, which sometimes happens when someone is having auditory hallucinations.
Dr. Davis said the gunman's behavior was consistent with psychosis.
Davis: "Why didn't you eat yesterday?"
Gunman: "When was yesterday? How long was yesterday?"
Davis said the gunman felt he needed to be more in-line with what other people think.
IN DEPTH: One type of auditory hallucination that is peculiar to schizophrenics is called "echo de pensees" which is where a patient hears his own thoughts out loud and feels that everyone can hear him thinking.
IN DEPTH: Echolalia is the meaningless repetition of another person's spoken words as a symptom of psychiatric disorder.
IN DEPTH: The automatic repetition of vocalizations by the same person is called palilalia.
@TammyGarrison: Echolalia is the meaningless repetition of another person's spoken words. Palilalia is repeating your own words, at least according to my Google search!
@TammyGarrison: I'm not 100% sure which one she said, so I put up all the definitions I could find that seemed related!
AMS = altered mental status. "Mostly I saw psychosis," Dr. Davis said.