- stimulus-distortion illusion
- see physical illusion.
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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illusion — illusioned, adj. /i looh zheuhn/, n. 1. something that deceives by producing a false or misleading impression of reality. 2. the state or condition of being deceived; misapprehension. 3. an instance of being deceived. 4. Psychol. a perception, as … Universalium
Illusion — An illusion is a distortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation. While illusions distort reality, they are generally shared by most people. [ Solso, R. L. (2001). Cognitive psychology (6th… … Wikipedia
illusion — Formerly known as illusio, fallacia, and idolum. The term illusion comes from the Latin verb illudere, which means to mock, to delude, to tempt. It is unknown when and by whom the term was introduced, but it has been in use since ancient times … Dictionary of Hallucinations
physical illusion — Also known as stimulus distortion illusion. Both terms refer to an * illusion attributable to physical rather than neurophysiological or cognitive mechanisms. Some examples of physical illusions are the * mirage, the * rainbow, the * anthelic… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
physiological illusion — Also known as mechanism illusion and perceiver distortion illusion. All three terms refer to an *illusion attributable to neurophysiological rather than physical or cognitive mechanisms. Some well known examples of physiological illusions are… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
optical illusion — The term optical illusion is used in a narrow and a broad sense. In the narrow sense, it denotes an illusion attributable to the optics of the eye. In the broad sense, it is used as an equivalent of the term visual illusion, denoting any… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
visual illusion — Also known as optical illusion. Both terms are commonly used to denote a visual percept that has its basis in a stimulus derivative of the extra corporeal environment (also referred to as a point de repère) which is either misperceived or… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
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