One human thought! What is hallucination? Shouldn't we always see in three dimensions? Photography without a camera.

: as it Relates to the Diagnosis and Treatment of SaLTFil and Related Illnesses



developed by Dr. Leon Harmond

These questions are meant as a guide for prolonged interviews. When answering each of these questions, the patient should be asked not to consider instances where their behavior or physical state was influenced by intoxicants. Answers should elaborate beyond a yes or no answer to include an idea of the frequency of each instance's occurrence.

    1. Does the patient have trouble differentiating between objects which are considered real, and objects which are considered representations of real objects? Does the patient reach for "representations" as readily as to "real" objects?
    2. Does the patient suffer from hallucinations?
    3. Does the patient avoid exposure to the sun?
    4. When exposed to the sun, does the patient become increasingly incoherent?
    5. Does the patient confuse colors?
    6. Does the patient complain of "lost time"? i.e. Has the patient ever found themselves somewhere, without knowing how they got there?
    7. When entering a room is electrical equipment effected by the patient's presence?
    8. Does the patient complain of "painless" headaches?
    9. Does the patient claim an ability to hear the thoughts of others or "read minds"?
    10. Does the patient feel as if they are able to leave their body?


1. Introduction

2. The Normal Thought Function

3. The Abnormal Mind

4. The Diagnosis and Treatment of SaLTFil

5. The SaLTFil Questionnaire

6. Reading the SaLTFil Questionnaire