moving hallucination
   The term moving hallucination refers to a * visual hallucination consisting of one or more moving objects or patterns. It is used in opposition to the term * static hallucination.
   References
   Parish, E. (1897). Hallucinations and illusions. A study of the fallacies ofperception. London: Walter Scott.

Dictionary of Hallucinations. . 2010.

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