A Dictionary of Hallucinations
A Dictionary of Hallucinations is designed to serve as a reference manual for neuroscientists, psychiatrists, psychiatric residents, psychologists, neurologists, historians of psychiatry, general practitioners, and academics dealing professionally with concepts of hallucinations and other sensory deceptions.
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affected individual afterimage American associated primarily attributed auditory hallucinations aura autoscopy blindness body brain British characterized Charles Bonnet syndrome cinations classified clinical cognitive compound hallucinations conceptual context cortex Critchley Definition of Hallucinations delirium denote a hallucination denote a type disease disorder dream Edited effects entoptic entoptic phenomenon epilepsy epileptic seizures experience flashbacks French German Greek noun Greek words hallu Hallucination The term Hallucinations and illusions hallucinations occurring hallucinatory activity hallucinogens hallucinosis hypnagogic illusory images Journal Klüver lesions lobe London lucinations mediation mental mescaline metamorphopsia micropsia migraine mirage neurologist Neurology nightmare notion objects olfactory one’s opsis pain palinopsia pareidolia parietal lobes Pathophysiologically perceived perception phantom phenomena phenomenologically phenomenon phosphene photopsia Press Psychiatry psychical psychologist psychonaut psychotic References reported schizophrenia scotoma sensation sense sensory modalities shortly sleep Springer Science+Business Media stimulus substances symptoms synaesthesia syndrome tactile tend tinnitus tion Translated variant verbal hallucination visual hallucinations visual perception