Gunman told Woodcock he quit. "He felt like he was asked to quit"
"He was able to do the work, but stopped wanted to do it" Woodcock reads from his notes
"the most odd thing was this tremendous emotional flatness.. the lack of normal human emotional response to this situation"
Only 2 incidents where gunman showed emotion: Woodcock says one point where gunman looked annoyed. Gunman said he was bored. "I found that absolutely extraordinary"... part of "psychotic suppression of his feelings"
Gunman also told Woodcock about family treatment. Explained sister threw ball at his face, he backhanded her. Parents thought his behaviour was out of the ordinary, so they went to family therapy about 10 times
Gunman told Woodcock he'd met with Dr. Fenton and Feinstein at CU
Brauchler makes statement he wants witness to make clear when he is reading or remembering
"There were things about the grad program that made his symptoms worse and there were things about the symptoms that made him feel it was impossible to continue"
Gunman descirbed panic attack as "over activation"
Gunman "found interview stressful"
"I asked him bout other episodes of anxiety and he volunteered that it started in middle school"
"The data is... their formulations about diagnosis are all in the same ballpark" Woodcock said
Woodcock says he did see schizotypal characteristics
"He didn't like either the suicidal or homicidal thoughts"