Hello justmedan. No and yes. There are tests that are given to determine your question. Our brain is an organ, that answers, responds to our thoughts, a reaction to thinking as we do and the manner, in which way we react and through this process, our brain does an analysis. Such as your question. The brain is a very fragile yet powerfull organ and controls at any given moment of time, our thoughts that lead into action, as myself answering your question. If a person demonstrates, acts as having a bipolar affective disorder, schizoaffective, the possibilty is there. Regards pledge
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