The court heard Hayden-Johnson suffers from a condition called Factitious Disorder by Proxy which led her to draw attention to herself.
The piece debuted in a group show that opened last Friday, 23 June 2006, called "Factitious" at Brooklyn's
In 1766, he published a paper titled Three Papers containing Experiments on Factitious Airs in which he identified what he called "inflammable air" (later termed hydrogen by Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier) and "fixed air" (or carbon dioxide) as substances that should be distinguised from air.
Factitious thirst, which is specific to the human race, comes from that innate instinct which leads us to seek in drinks a force not put there by nature, and which comes about only through fermentation.
Factitious merit has a way of asking questions and saying little; and understands the art of putting others forward to save the necessity of posing before them; then, with a happy knack of its own, it draws and attaches others by the thread of the ruling passion of self-interest, keeping men of far greater abilities to play like puppets, and despising those whom it has brought down to its own level.