In case one 'Jay' illustrates a number of psychotic symptoms including delusional perceptions and paranoid delusions, as well as auditory hallucinations.
In case two, 'Colin' talks about auditory hallucinations, afterwards Dr. Gall discusses critical diagnostic features of auditory hallucinations and possible treatment options.
In case three, 'David' clearly displays a number of psychotic symptoms. The follow up interview shows significant improvement. Dr. Gall discusses the importance and significance of these observations.
In case four, 'Rawlins' vividly tells about factors that precipitated his mental illness and the struggle he has in coming to terms with his serious physical problems. He describes symptoms often seen in agitated depression.