autoscopic hallucinations


autoscopic hallucinations
autoscopic hallucinations, deuteroscopic hallucinations
аутоскопические галлюцинации, дейтероскопические галлюцинации

English-Russian dictionary of medicine. . 2015.

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  • autoscopic hallucination —    Also referred to as external autoscopic hallucination, specular hallucination, mirror hallucination, deuteroscopic hallucination, and visual phantom double. The expression autoscopic hallucination can be traced to the Greek words autos (self)… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • autoscopic phenomenon —    Also known as phantom double. The expression autoscopic phenomenon comes from the Greek words autos (self) and skopeo (I am looking at). It translates roughly as a phenomenon that involves the seeing of oneself . The group of autoscopic… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • schizophrenia and hallucinations —    The term schizophrenia stems from the Greek words schizein (to split), and phren (nerve, diaphragm, heart). It was introduced in 1908 by the Swiss psychiatrist Paul Eugen Bleuler (18571939) to denote a group of mental disorders displaying… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • autoscopy —    The term autoscopy comes from the Greek words autos (self) and skopeô (I am looking at). It translates roughly as seeing oneself and is used to denote the act of perceiving a hallucinated mirror image of oneself, viewed from the position of… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • internal autoscopy —    Also known as internal heautoscopy, inner heautoscopy, organic auto representation, and auto representative phenomenon. The term internal autoscopy was introduced in or shortly before 1903 by the French physician and psychologist Paul Auguste… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • visual hallucination —    Also referred to as vision. Both terms are indebted to the Latin noun visio, which means sight. They are used to denote a hallucination of sight. Historically, visual hallucinations have been divided into a multitude of types. Using their… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • external autoscopy —    A term introduced in or shortly before 1903 by the French physician and psychologist Paul Auguste Sollier (1861 1933) to denote a type of autoscopy (i.e. seeing one self) characterized by a visual or compound hallucination depicting the body s …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Staudenmaier, Ludwig — (1865 1933)    A German professor of experimental chemistry who has been credited with introducing the term * personification in or shortly before 1912. Staudenmaier used the term to denote outward projected *compound hallucinations depicting… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Dostoevsky, Fjodor Michajlovitsj — (1821 1881)    A Russian author who during his adult life suffered from epileptic seizures. By his own estimate, these occurred every 3 weeks on average. As reconstructed by historians, they were probably due to temporal lobe pathology. In the… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • bereavement hallucination —    Also known as post bereavement hallucination and grief hallucination. All three terms are used to denote a heterogeneous group of * sensory deceptions occurring in the context of grief over the loss of a spouse or other loved one. As to their… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • De Maupassant, Guy —    (1850 1893)    A French writer considered one of the fathers of the short story who described various types of hallucination in his literary works. It is known that de Maupassant used hallucinogens throughout his adult life, that he suffered… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations


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