flashback in PTSD

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  • flashback, drug related —    Also known as flashback phenomenon. The introduction of the term flashback is attributed to the American psychiatrist Mardi Jon Horowitz (b. 1934). Horowitz used the term in 1969 to denote a return of hallucinations, *illusions, or * sensory… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Flashback (Psychologie) — Ein Flashback (englisch, blitz(artig) zurück, sinngemäß übersetzt etwa Wiedererleben oder Nachhallerinnerung) ist ein psychologisches Phänomen, welches durch einen Schlüsselreiz hervorgerufen wird. Die betroffene Person hat dann ein plötzliches,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • post-traumatic flashback —    Also known as revisualization. In a broad sense, the term flashback has a bearing on any experiential phenomenon that may arise either in the context of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or as a consequence of the prior use of *… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • olfactory flashback —    The term olfactory flashback is indebted to the Latin verb ol(e)facere, which means to smell. In the literature on *post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) the term olfactory flashback is used to denote an infrequently reported type of *… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

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  • post-traumatic stress disorder — [pōst′trô mat′ik] n. a condition characterized by recurring and, often, disabling symptoms of anxiety, depression, etc., that later affects some persons who have experienced a traumatic event or situation, esp. combat * * * Psychological reaction …   Universalium

  • reperceptive hallucination —    Also known as experiential hallucination, experiential hallucinosis, experiential phenomenon, memory flashback, and hallucination of memory. All six terms are used to denote a hallucination taking the form of a reperception or re enactment of… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • flashbulb memory —    A term introduced in or shortly before 1977 by the American psychologists Roger William Brown (1925 1997) and James Kulik to denote a detail perfect memory of an event that at the time ofwitnessing had evoked a high level ofsur prise, as well… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Effects of stress on memory — The effects of stress on memory include interference with one’s capacity to encode and ability retrieve information.[1] When stress occurs, the body reacts by secreting stress hormones into the blood stream. Over secretion of stress hormones most …   Wikipedia

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