Schizophrenics used to see demons and spirits. Now they talk about actors and hidden cameras – and make a lot of sense
Sandeep Gautam's insight:
My Psychological fiction novella "The sculptor and sandman' does touch upon 'The Truman symptom' and would be relished by those who have liked Philiip Dick's world or such narratives. If u want an e-copy just let me know your mail id.
For Wired's 20th anniversary, Steve Silberman chronicles the birth of neurodiversity -- a neologism that called attention to the fact that many atypical forms of brain wiring also convey unusual skills and aptitudes.