Psychologist Amber Hardy has to lie about PTSD – here’s why
One of the most controversial witnesses Johnny Depp The defamation trial was adjourned to the witness stand for a brief explanation on Wednesday.
For those who don’t remember, Dr. Shannon Curry Initially testified that he believed Amber Hard He may have had Hysterionic Personality Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder – but was lying about his post-traumatic stress disorder, which he is accused of being the victim of intimate partner violence. Clinical psychologist Dr. Aquaman The star was exaggerating her symptoms – one test claimed that she had 19 of the 20 features of the disorder, which Dr. Curry explained was “not common to anyone with the most disabling form of PTSD.”
Amber’s team called their own expert, Don Hughes Dr., Refute previous evidence. So we guess Johnny’s team thought they would get the last word?
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Dr. Curry is back this week to explain his inflammatory remarks about PTSD – and of course to deny his opponent’s testimony. He testified that Hughes “misrepresented the tests and results” which he used to diagnose amber in PTSD. He even remarked that general checklists could be “easily exploited” and that “PTSD is one of the most frequently false and claimed diagnoses in civil courts.” Shh
He said Dr. Hughes testified that Amber’s height on the legitimacy scale indicated PTSD – but it was the opposite of what it read:
“This scale was designed and tested and has been shown there to show when someone is approving highly unusual items. No. Compatible with PTSD. “
“When you see high scores like Miss Hard and then you don’t see the signs of PTSD in a more subtle test where she doesn’t know what she’s supporting, it’s a good indication that her extra support test was on her because the scale was created: exaggeration. And to detect deception of symptoms.
Okay, we think we understand. Doctors want to get an accurate diagnosis, so have sort of strategy questions with questionnaires? To prove if someone fakes? Apparently, what Munchausen does with existence and of course drug-seekers.
In addition to the tests, Dr. Curry further stated that he would not personally evaluate Amber as having PTSD because there is no evidence of a “change in efficacy.” He described the kind of weak PTSD Amber claims, explaining why he didn’t think it was happening:
“Were they able to keep the job? PTSD is a highly incompetent diagnosis. When a person has real PTSD, it is difficult for them to work, you will see unemployment, job loss, it causes extreme hardship and disability. Divorce, separation and children, separation from family members, extreme alcohol abuse, often suddenly a string of DUI when the person has never been before. They are locked in the house, they can’t go to the store. ”
Seems serious, but then again, we’re talking about 19 out of 20 markers – more than some of the most serious PTSD cases, as Dr. Curry mentioned. He continued:
“They certainly don’t go to events, they don’t usually have success in their film careers, they don’t practice every day, they pursue their hobbies, they are interested readers, they get Level 3 smear training, they have dinner parties with friends, they talk to public groups, These are just some of the goal setting shareware that you can use.
See the second round, complete with Clinical Psychology lessons (below):
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