"In psychology, schizotypy is a theoretical concept that posits a continuum of personality characteristics and experiences, ranging from normal dissociative, imaginative states to extreme states of mind related to psychosis, especially schizophrenia.
The continuum of personality proposed in schizotypy is in contrast to a categorical view of psychosis, wherein psychosis is considered a particular (usually pathological) state of mind, which the person either has or does not have."
"The episode's title 'Schizogeny' is a biological term for the creation of cavities by separating out existing cells."
I've got to say that episodes of the X-Files like that one leave me scratching my head as to just how this TV show was so successful in its run.
I would have given up seasons ago if I was watching when the shows came out weekly through the tube.
As I've written before, most of these episodes are like B-grade Stephen King story-lines -
Can't Help Thinking That The X-Files Episodes Are More Stephen King Schlock Than Stanley Kubrick Masterpieces For Some Reason?
It wasn't much better than 'Schizogeny' in the end anyway.The Stanley Hotel - The Story Of Room 217/237, Stephen King/Stanley Kubrick and 'The Shining'?
And I was really surprised to find out that Stephen King actually did write an episode of the X-Files ... kind of.
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