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In his youth, his father William left him and his mother Diana as he could no longer deal with her paranoid schizophrenia , among other things. At some point, in Houston, Reid met a woman calling herself Rosa Medina, a doctor who wrote an article on Alzheimer's. When he comes out, he is wiping his mouth as if he had been vomiting. At the end of the episode, Reid and JJ go to the prison where Cat is incarcerated, with Reid preparing to face her again. Still, Reid knew that the way his mother was living wasn't healthy. He also expressed his fears that he will contract dementia as well, since he missed the genetic marker of schizophrenia when he turned
Development[ edit ] Reid was born in and is a genius and autodidact who graduated from a Las Vegas public high school at age He has an IQ of ,  an eidetic memory, and can read 20, words per minute  an average American adult reads prose text at — words per minute.
Hotch reveals in the first season that Gideon insists on introducing him as Dr. Reid because Gideon fears that, because of his age, Reid will not be taken seriously as an FBI agent. However, the producers liked Gubler's softer interpretation, despite telling the actor he was wrong for the part.
After several callbacks, he was hired. Reid has a hard time dealing with his emotions. He often fixates on things prompting Morgan and other team members to have to tell him to be quiet , and misses social cues at times for example, unknowingly changing the subject of a conversation. The Unknown Subject "UnSub" in "Broken Mirror"  notes this, and Gubler stated in an interview in the show's second season "[Reid]'s an eccentric genius, with hints of schizophrenia and minor autism , Asperger's syndrome.
Reid is 24 years old with three Ph. Kirsten Vangsness agreed, adding that Garcia is more extroverted and available emotionally, whereas Reid struggles with his emotions. Gubler tweeted that Reid is also germaphobic. Reid is a good map-reader, and therefore does the geographic profiling and map-related activities for the team. He also has a talent with words, and is the team's go-to linguistic profiler, as well as their unofficial discourse analyst.
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She feels the the thumping of the cool metal against the pads of her thumb, slow and steady. She breathed along the soft ticking, her heart beating in a rhythmical pattern for the first time in a few days.
Piper sits at the back of the SUV and leans her head on the window. The glass feels cold against her cheek, and in a desperate attempt to sleep she tries to think of it as the hands of her brother. The thought doesn't comfort her. Her hair falls around her face, serving as a curtain from any eyes and sounds outside. She hears the faint melody of the music of the radio, another pop song played too much. She counts the beats in her head, her feet tapping along the rhythm unconsiously. Her fingers ache, slowly itching to the nearest handheld item she had.
Under her eyelids she sees flashing colors of red and burning flesh and everything is violent. Piper grips the barrel, slowly slipping it out the holster. She's wide awake before his hand reaches out to touch her. She avoids the hand like plague, backing away as if struck. Piper pulls her hair in a loose bun, pining it in quick accuracy. She straigthens up, and on the slight reflection in the windows she composes herself.
Piper steps out without any acknowledgement to Spencer. She feels the stares from the agents, and she knows her hands are quivering under the pocket of her frayed coat. Piper walks with her chin held high.
She laughs inwardly at the odd scene that she sees once she enters the room. Everyone was asleep, yet their faces are taut with lines. Piper's hand snakes towards the clock again, trying to find whatever comfort there was.
But, despite not even having a college degree, could inventor Thomas Alva Edison also be an I-O pioneer? Although Edison is most famous for such inventions as the phonograph and a long-lasting incandescent light bulb, it is the item employment test that he created in that best connects him to I-O psychology. V Times Downtown. Applicants who responded to the ad did not initially realize they were applying to Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated until they received a letter directing them to report to the Edison plant in New Jersey.
Very few applicants were able to pass the test Dennis, XYZ men, however, usually required over 2 hours to complete the test. What were some of the questions? Where was Lincoln born? Where do we import cork from? What has the greater area, Greenland or Australia?
Why is cast iron called pig iron? The Web site for the Edison National Historic Site contains a complete copy of the test that can be taken interactively http: As is a common concern with tests today, Edison was concerned about the security of the test, so much so that Edison scored the test himself, did not tell applicants their test scores, and forbade applicants from communicating the questions to others. In spite of that rule, at least two applicants leaked the test results to the media, and on May 11, , the New York Times published of the questions that were remembered by Charles Hansen, an unsuccessful applicant.
The following day, the Times indicated that another unsuccessful applicant—Columbia University graduate William L. On May 13, the Times published of the questions along with their answers. Edison apparently was not the only executive testing applicants during this time. Interestingly, over time, Edison realized that there was no need to create an alternate form because applicants still did poorly on the original test. But, the New York Times considered the test to be silly and ran a series of articles challenging Edison to justify his test.
The applicant scoring highest on the test, Samuel A. Halsey, progressed rapidly through the ranks of the company to become the manger of the Phonograph Corporation of Manhattan. If a man cannot remember things well in general, he cannot remember where to turn for them and how to look them up quickly and effectively.