Woodcock defines delusions as a "fixed false belief"
"Delusions are one of the hallmarks of what we call psychosis"
"Does Mr. Holmes have a mild form of a mental illness or not?" "No, neither his delusions nor the degree of his mental illness are mild"
@Clancy: I'm trying to pay attention to the trial and not the petty squabbles over what individuals think. As long as everyone is respectful, you're welcome to opinions. If anyone is not respectful, I'll block their comments
Schizoaffective disorder has some symptoms in common with schizophrenia, but has more "affective symptoms" that have to do with mood, Woodcock explains
Woodcock says he joined university just a few months after that interview with the gunman
Defense approached Woodcock again around the time of Dr. Reid's examination
Dr. Woodcock was asked to review the other doctor's work, was offered opportunity to interview gunman again
Dr Woodcock says gunman's family history of this disorder is very strong
King guides Dr Woodcock to video we saw earlier. Woodcock said "He was psychotic at that time"
"He was psychotic well before the time I saw him on July 24. That process had continued, but it became worse in November, necessitating the hospitalization."