speed and hallucinations

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  • amphetamine psychosis and amphetamine-induced hallucinations —    Amphetamine is known under many names, including amp, crystal, phenylisopropylamine, speed, sulph, sulphate, and whizz. The name amphetamine is an acronym of alpha methyl phenyl ethylamine. It is used to denote a subgroup of the CNS stimulants …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

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  • opioid-induced hallucination —    Also referred to as narcotic hallucinosis. The term opioid induced hallucination is indebted to the Greek noun opion, which refers to the sap of a plant or, more specifically, the resin of the opium poppy. The term opioid is used to denote a… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • migraine aura —    The term migraine comes from the Old English megrim, which is in turn indebted to the Greek noun hèmikranion (meaning half the skull). The introduction of the term hèmikranion is attributed to the classical physician Galen of Pergamum, born as …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

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  • auditory illusion —    The term auditory illusion is used in a general sense to denote a misrepresentation or misinterpretation of auditory stimuli. Some common examples are words that are misunderstood, figments, and nonverbal sounds such as the humming of a… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

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