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ABSTRACT: Executive function (EF) refers to the higher order cognitive processes involved in the conscious control of behavior, thought, and emotion. Impairment of the executive function characterizes all psychiatric diagnoses. This article presents the theory that subordinating the executive function of a person through coercion is a direct cause of executive dysfunction, and that the psychiatric disorders that are diagnosed by psychiatric science reflect coercion used in government.
Psychiatry Diagnoses Coercion in Government, Towards a Unified Theory of Psychiatric Disorders.pdf
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