Due to the relatively distant treatment received by the test subject in her formative years by the researchers involved with the Futura Project, Test Subject #4239 seems to have formulated deep-seated fears that she is something less than human. Although she seems to recognize that these fears are irrational, she has begun to externalize these fears and has developed a substantial amount of anxiety related to them.
In order to cope with this anxiety, Test Subject #4239 has begun compulsively hoarding items she has come across which connect her to her humanity. These odd items are sometimes seemingly unconnected to the fears she suffers, yet a pattern can definitely be discerned if one takes the time to examine the items in question. All are, in fact, items which can be traced to pre-Fall origins and can be connected to her anxieties as objects of human creation.
These same anxieties have taken root in her self-image, as well. She has exhibited the beginnings of identity disturbance, and at least three documented incidents of marked reactivity of mood. There has been more than one report of extreme display of temper, as well.
If this were not enough to aid me in my diagnosis, several other troubling incidences occurring recently have clarified my thoughts on Test Subject #4239. The attached files should shed some light on my thought processes, but I shall recap them here briefly.
- The subject has recently begun a disturbing practice of binge eating. Although her Futura morph successfully metabolizes the excessive intake she has engaged in with no harm to her body at all, it is the psychiatric damages she has suffered which this practice has evolved from. If allowed to continue, it may affect her physically as well.
- The test subject has formulated romantic idealizations towards two of the lab technicians she is involved with on a daily basis in regards to the Futura Project. These idealizations have culminated in romantic overtures and sexual advances towards one of these technicians. Although she is still quite young in psychological terms, her Futura body has the appearance of a young adult of approximately seventeen to eighteen years of age, and most recognizably now, the hormonal imbalances as well. Her rejection by this lab technician was taken rather badly, and the test subject had one of her many displays of violently uncontrollable rage. The lab technician was hospitalized, and transferred to another Hanto research facility. Since the incident, the test subject has evinced a complete devaluation of the lab technician she was formerly so enamored with.
- Since the incident described above, the test subject was found upon a physical examination to have several self-inflicted wounds upon her inner left thigh. These wounds were made with an item she was found to have stolen from the personal effects of technician who was transferred. This item was a straight razor, claimed by the technician in question to have been passed down through his family for many generations. It was, of course, confiscated upon discovery. Not only does the aforementioned straight razor fit in with her idealization and subsequent devaluation of the lab technician who rejected her advances, but it also fits with her obsessive collection of pre-Fall artifacts which she gathers to assuage her anxieties.
- For her psychological safety (and his physical safety), the second technician she has expressed romantic idealization towards is being transferred as well. Since his departure, Test Subject #4239 has evinced a marked depressive state and has been heard saying that she would like to depart the research facility and find this individual. Due to the nature of her evolving talents, the lab technician had been extended an offer of resleeving by this office upon transfer.
All of these observations of obsessive-compulsive behaviors and borderline personality traits only hastens my arrival at an early diagnosis.
My recommendation as the senior Psychiatric Evaluator on site to this Board is that Test Subject #4239 be placed upon suicide watch due to these more recent events, and the attached order requesting her transfer to a more secure facility be granted.
-Dr. Hakuri Idane