The Fourth Way

Given that psychiatrists have a medical degree you would be forgiven for thinking that they should be relatively smart.

However, I received an email from Psychiatric Times with this intriguing dilemna which suggests that they are either incredibly stupid or know something that the rest of us are too dumb to know:

Compared with healthy controls, the prevalence of EEG abnormalities in psychiatric patients is
A.  Significantly higher
B.  About the same
C.  Significantly lower
D.  None of the above

 

It’s (D) that I’m having a hard time getting around. I know New Labour claimed to be the third way, but has PT found a fourth?

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