I had a psychiatric assessment at GW in September 1991.  Napoleon Cuenco, M.D. cited evidence that I was a night owl to support his baseless idea that I suffered from bipolar disorder.

He spends his days ruminating about his difficulties. Patient denied feeling suicidal or homicidal, however. He has not had any appetite changes. However, energy level is increased. Occasionally, he has racing thoughts. Frequently, he feels hyped up. Lately, he has been feeling very motivated. He has been writing his thoughts up to the wee hours of the morning and feels less need for sleep.

A research study found that night owls tend to have higher intelligence.

“Taken together, results presented in Table 1 largely support our
hypothesis that more intelligent individuals are more likely to be
night owls.”

https://personal.lse.ac.uk/kanazawa/pdfs/paid2009.pdf

President Trachtenberg, you’re psychiatrists are morons !!

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