GTA V: Psychiatric Report – All Answers & Why It’s Different for All Players

GTA 5 Psychiatric Report All Answers Why Its Different for All Players
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Grand Theft Auto has countless fans, many of which have already completed the Story Mode in GTA 5. Players who have already gotten through the end credits scene in GTA 5 would have been met with an interesting Psychiatric Report based on their playthrough, and fans are curious to know more about the answers as well as why it’s different for all players.

Many players have found this report to be quite fascinating, and there are plenty of theories regarding what the report is based on as a whole. Below is everything you need to know about all of the answers listed within the Psychiatric Report, how the report is depicted for different players, and why the answers are seemingly randomized.

Psychiatric Report in GTA 5

The Psychiatric Report in GTA 5 is only given to players who complete the entire Story Mode – so spoilers ahead for anyone who hasn’t reached the final mission just yet. Players are given their specific Psychiatric Report (or “Client Notes”) after the credits scene ends in GTA 5, after which players will be able to continue their adventures by enjoying GTA 5 in Free Play mode.

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Each player may seem to have a randomized list of answers and comments on their Psychiatric Report, some of which are somewhat comedic or outlined by dark humor. This Psychiatric Report, issued by Dr. Isiah Friedlander, represents a summary of the entire process that it took the player to complete the Story Mode in GTA 5.

All GTA 5 Psychiatric Report Answers: Explained

It’s easy to understand why answers may differ for players who took longer or made more mistakes. However, quite a few fans were baffled by some of the answers they received – not knowing where they came from or what the player had done.

Although the Psychiatric Report is a reflection of the Story Mode process for each player, it also takes additional activities and pastimes into consideration as well – such as time spent at certain locations, decisions made on heists, and social aspects. The answers listed on each player’s Psychiatric Report assess all of these factors, so every player appears to receive a completely different combination of answers.

There are 15 answers listed on each Psychiatric Report, each of which is based on a specific statistic or area of interest. Players’ Psychiatric Reports can include one of many answers within each of the 15 areas of interest, and fans have been encouraged to share their reports with the community.

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Fans have encountered many, many answers, along with countless answer combinations. Below are some of the most commonly received answers within each of the 15 Psychiatric Report categories.

1. How Long it Took to Complete the Main Story

  • Dull but at least they have insurance.
  • An intriguing case.
  • Remarkable – a true sociopath.
  • Hmmmm… words fail me.
  • I sincerely hope someone arrests this maniac very soon.
  • Deranged. Seriously deranged.
  • Bit of a confusing case – not really sure where to begin.
  • Not sure what to make of this one – interesting, up to a point, but also very, very boring.
  • Don’t know exactly what to make of this one.
  • Confusing – so many issues.
  • Like most of my patients, this one really finds themselves very interesting but fails to see the true problems that underpin their issue.
  • Fascinating. Rarely have I encountered someone so deluded.
  • Very, very depressing case.
  • Terrifying. Deluded, lonely, desperate, and vain.

2. Heist Choice

  • Classic fence sitter!
  • Cannot make up my mind – seemingly about anything.
  • Tries to do the right thing – poor judgment as to what that is.
  • Occasionally makes complex choices.
  • Definitely incapable of making a real decision.
  • Good at compromise. Not so good at willpower.
  • Sees both sides of the argument – and can’t make their mind up.
  • Decisively indecisive.
  • Compromise is the language of the devil – and this fool loves a compromise.
  • Likes judging others – ignores faults in self.
  • Tries to see good in everybody, with disastrous effects.

3. How Many Times You’ve Admitted Mistakes in Earlier Sessions

  • Scared of aging. Which is a worry.
  • Doesn’t hate themself as much as any sane person would.
  • Classic case of father issues.
  • Very large ego.
  • Self-justifying fool.
  • In love with finding a reason as to why awful decisions are correct.
  • In thrall to own baser desires.
  • Raging ego.
  • Really has no sense of right or wrong.
  • Riddled with ambition.
  • Rarely saw someone with stranger base desires and less shame about them.
  • Will find aging very problematic.
  • Wow – Identifies with the strangest people.
  • Perpetual adolescent.

4. Money Expenditure

  • Mean. Very mean.
  • Throws money around very freely – suggest sexual inadequacies – must investigate further.
  • Too easy with money.
  • Pointlessly mean with money.
  • Irresponsible with money and with rest of life.
  • Reckless financially.
  • Probable hoarder.
  • Miser.
  • Overly generous – definitely insecure.
  • Careless with money.
  • Desperate for material possessions.
  • Will probably refuse to pay the bill.
  • Hides myriad inadequacies behind cash being thrown around.

5. Money Spent at Strip Club

  • At times, can be oddly morally superior, which is incredible.
  • Superior – despite many obvious inadequacies.
  • Loves to act like a big shot.
  • Prone to being judgmental about some weaknesses but not my own.
  • Likes to buy attention.
  • Thinks of self as above certain temptations.
  • Creepy with women.
  • Repressed, in some ways – mostly sexual. Definitely a confusing area – we must investigate further.
  • Desperate for female attention.
  • Needy, somewhat creepy show-off.
  • Bit of a peeping tom.

6. Prostitutes/Strip Club Visits

  • Dependent on getting private lap dances or taking the strippers back to your safe house for a night of “fun”.
  • Sexually repressed, which is a good thing.
  • Has some moral boundaries, it seems – just nowhere near enough.
  • Likes to use people.
  • Seeks out love… in the wrong places.
  • Repressed, in some ways – mostly sexual. Definitely a confusing area – we must investigate further.
  • Sexually judgmental about some things.
  • Treats women respectfully – when not killing them or their husbands.
  • Definite whore / Madonna complex. More on the whore side of things.
  • Avoids certain seamy behaviors – unfortunately, not all of them.
  • Sexually needy, heartless – uses and discards women – wonders why cannot form real relationships!
  • Sexual risk taker – remember not to shake hands!
  • Treats women as a commodity.
  • An impressive array of sexual excesses – very desperate.
  • Wants to be a moralizer, despite their flaws.

7. How Many Times You’ve Assisted Your Family

  • Dependant on Ignoring or accepting the calls that initiate Michael’s Family Side Missions.
  • Loves family – having met them, not sure quite why.
  • Family minded for some reason.
  • Ignores family life.
  • Will probably get left by their family.
  • Loyal to a crazy family, which I suppose is a start.
  • Family minded.
  • Ignores the people closest to him.
  • Lazy and solipsistic – then again, family is awful.
  • Not a good caregiver.
  • Incapable of seeing the needs of others.
  • Must try to teach that there are other living creatures on the planet!
  • Avoids family commitments.
  • Spends time with family, and manages not to kill them, maybe a possible sign of progress?
  • Complains nobody cares, then avoids family like the plague!
  • Cares about family, despite their obvious problems.

8. How Well You Invested in the Stock Market

  • Dependant on the dollar amount invested in the Stock Market and results (making a profit or not).
  • Keen to be part of the American dream, which is odd.
  • Scared of the adult world.
  • Thinks they are wise type who sees the bigger picture.
  • Falls for get-rich-quick schemes and other easy way-outs.
  • Likes white-collar crime almost as much as the blue-collar variety.
  • Wisely invests money – in insane speculations.
  • Investor type – which is odd given risk-taking as unlikely to make old bones.
  • Will end up very rich or entirely bankrupt. Cannot decide which.
  • Probably hoards money under the mattress rather than invests it.
  • Greedy, prone to gambling – likely cause of addiction – remember to sell the book.
  • Eager capitalist.

9. Civilian Kills (Including Cops)

  • I wish I knew what meds to offer them – arsenic?
  • Terrifyingly insular.
  • Prone to random and futile outbursts of violence
  • Psychopath or sociopath? Both.
  • Vindictive in the extreme.
  • Frighteningly myopic about the suffering (of others).
  • Vindictive bully.
  • Needlessly vindictive.
  • Terrifyingly insular.
  • Easily offended to the point of extreme rage.
  • Possibly the worst psychopath I have encountered.

10. Store Robberies

  • Dependant on the amount of Robbing Stores, Stealing Cars
  • At least keeps the car stealing to a minimum.
  • Respects some property rights – not others, of course.
  • Serial thief.
  • Thieving kept to something of a minimum.
  • Seems to prefer well-considered crimes – in some instances.
  • Tends to not steal too much more than the situation requires – is that a good thing? I have no idea anymore.
  • Kleptomaniac.
  • Frighteningly cold-hearted about other people when it comes to property, etc.
  • Incapable of respecting property rights.
  • Only robs with good reason – or with some reason.
  • Compulsive and repeat thief.
  • One person crime wave – who talks proudly of this country!
  • Likes white-collar crime almost as much as the blue-collar variety.

11. Yoga (and How Good You Are at It)

  • Well, yoga was not popular. Unlike the murder.
  • Tried yoga – stuck to mayhem. Great.
  • Now they are interested in yoga?
  • Yoga? No. Not so much. Happier with lunacy.
  • Tried yoga but preferred murder?
  • Wonder if devotion to yoga will influence murderous rages?
  • Attempts at spirituality not successful. Unlike crime career.
  • I thought yoga was meant to calm the mind?
  • Thought yoga was beneath them. Prefers mass murder as a way of calming the nerves.
  • Not much of a yogi… hardly a surprise.
  • Not very into yoga, it seems.
  • Yoga? Wow! It’s not working very well.
  • Practises yoga, alongside all the mayhem, of course
  • Thought yoga was silly, instead seems to like slaughter.
  • Seems to like yoga – I’d ask for my money back!

12. Exercise (Tennis and Triathlons)

  • Over exercise not a vice! At least there’s one…
  • Physically unambitious.
  • At least they don’t over exercise.
  • A freak of many things, but not of physical fitness.
  • At least they don’t over exercise.
  • Psychotic about most things, but not exercise.
  • Lazy, lazy, lazy.
  • Lazy.
  • Definitely not a fitness freak – just a freak.
  • Physically unambitious.
  • Not really into physical fitness.

13. Random Encounters (“Strangers and Freaks” Side missions)

  • Seems to like strange people.
  • Friendly, but terrifying.
  • Easily distracted and eager to try new things, meet new people, cause new trouble!
  • Like strangers.
  • Seems to prefer a predictable life to the chaos of real life – unless they are one causing chaos.
  • Crazy but outgoing.
  • Avoids new people
  • Makes friends easily. Poor friends.
  • Picks up lots of weird people.
  • Seems to meet a lot of strange people.

14. Collectibles

  • A.D.D. ?
  • Possible A.D.D.?
  • Distracted.
  • Not able to really finish things they start.
  • Easily distracted.
  • Lazy in some ways.
  • Not bothered with tasks they deem ‘boring’.
  • Really finishes the job at hand – which would be nice if the job wasn’t so horrible.
  • Finds finishing jobs challenging.

15. Final Summary

  • Will make me retire… and emigrate.
  • Bizarre case study in excess.
  • Don’t know exactly what to make of this one.
  • Needs a lot of help – as do I!
  • Hmm – probably one to write about in next book.
  • Help!
  • In my professional opinion, this one is a fucking nut job.
  • I’m scared.
  • A real mess.
  • Wow – the worst I’ve come across.
  • So this is why I went to medical school.
  • I am very confused. Don’t think I am the only one.
  • Hmmm… bat shit crazy.

Can You Predict the Psychiatric Report?

Quite a few GTA 5 players believe that the Psychiatric Report is solely based on Micheal (primarily due to the inclusion of family and yoga). However, most fans believe that the complete Psychiatric Report considers all of the actions of the player rather than the character – thus compiling all of the character’s choices into one concise and comprehensive report.

All of the answers and their numerous variants can be linked with one or multiple characters in many cases, making it impossible to single out one character as a whole. Some players believe that it may even be possible to play the game with your specific future Psychiatric Report in mind.

Due to the fact that the Psychiatric report’s answers are based on the player’s performance and choice in many cases, some answers may be predictable – or, at least answers can be narrowed down based on how you play the game. Some of these answers can be influenced by the choices that players make as the game progresses, over and above the player’s efficiency in completing Story Mode.

According to an in-depth analysis made by user reoze on Reddit, it may be relatively easy to predict a good versus a bad answer in the final report. The general theory for each of the 15 areas of interest has been detailed below.

AnswerHow the Answer is Calculated
1Randomly generated “intro” string.
2The response may be generated based on the choice made in the final mission.
3The response may be generated based on how long each of the three characters was played, and which was played the most.
4Has the player spent more than 1 million, combined between all 3 characters?
5Has the player received 3 or more lap dances, or spent $100 or more in strip clubs?
6Have any of the characters used prostitute services?
7Is Michael on good terms with both Amanda and Jimmy?
8Has the player spent more than 120000 seconds in the stock market, and had success in the stock market?
9Has the player killed more than 100 innocents or pedestrians?
10Has the player stolen more than 100 vehicles?
11Has the player “completed” yoga?
12The response may consider whether all of the main characters have more than 50% in their Strength, Stamina, and Lung Capacity skills.
13Has the player completed more than 10 random events?
14The response may consider if the player completed collecting any of the following – Diving Scraps, Epsilon Tracts, Letter Scraps, Or Spaceship Parts.
15Randomly generated “end” string, possibly based on the previous answers.

Assessing the possible influences has provided many old-time players with some understanding and closure regarding the Psychiatric Report they received. These factors are definitely worth bearing in mind if you want to get the best possible answers within your next GTA 5 playthrough.

That’s everything there is to know about the Psychiatric Report given to players at the end of GTA 5, with images thanks to the GTA Wiki. Although these answers may seem to be random, there may be far more influence than many players expected – in fact, it may even be possible to have a new, strategic playthrough in order to get specific answers at the end of the game.

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