So the study was based on how many people came in during a full moon night?
That's not very revealing in my opinion. Just because people aren't seeking help, doesn't mean there isn't an increase in psychological abnormalities. The changes may not be big enough in people for them to go into a hospital (which is most likely the case, else it wouldn't be a theory).
I was expecting some psychological and physiological evidence, collected from volunteers and patients during full moons and other lunar phases. Perhaps a proper study, rather than waiting to see who shows up.
I don't believe the theory either way, however, I don't find this "study" to be worth the paper it's printed on.
edit on 24-11-2012 by Ryanssuperman because: (no reason given)