According to the defense, that condition could explain part of Sandusky's overly emotional attachment to and behavior around some young people. But before the defense can present that sort of psychological evaluation from their own expert, Judge John Cleland said the defendant had to make himself available for an interview with prosecution's psychologist. That could lead to different results from the opposing legal camps.
Sandusky was away from his home for a couple of hours on Sunday afternoon so that he could be interviewed by the prosecution's psychologist. The results of that session are expected to be presented as part of the prosecution's rebuttal to the defense expert testimony presented later this week.