> I think that the human race, and we as individuals, is far too complex for our personality and essence to be summed up in a few sentences. A [new study](https://neurosciencenews.com/meaningless-psychiatric-diagnosis-14434) finds psychiatric diagnoses that lump people into groups to be rather unscientific. > He is lectured on anatomy and sexology to try to supplant cultural superstitions with scientific facts, explaining the impossibility of his condition and what he is really suffering. It is also useful to give talks on adequate sexual education in those communities on which there is a case of Koro, to prevent possible epidemics of mass hysteria. Religion is also sometimes called a mass hysteria. It's interesting that scientists don't think that *all* superstitious belief should be supplanted with scientific fact, just the ones that bother their possessor.