- see sensed presence.
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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Doppelgänger — The German term Doppelgänger was introduced in 1796 in a collection of short stories colloquially known as Siebenkäs, published by the German writer Johann Paul Friedrich Richter, who was also known as Jean Paul (1763 1825). In the Anglo Saxon … Dictionary of Hallucinations
Leibhafte Bewusstheit — A German term that translates as vivid physical awareness or concrete awareness . The term leibhafte Bewusstheit was used by the German psychiatrist and philosopher Karl Jaspers (1883 1969) to denote what is generally known as sensed presence … Dictionary of Hallucinations
sensed presence — Also known as sense of presence, feeling ofa presence (FOP), idea of a presence, hallucination of presence, false proximate awareness, false bodily awareness, intruder hallucination, somaesthetic phantom double, somaesthetic doppelgänger,… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
vivid physical awareness — The expression vivid physical awareness is a translation of the German term leibhafte Bewusstheit. The latter term was used by the German psychiatrist and philosopher Karl Jaspers (1883 1969) to denote what is generally known as * sensed… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
Glossary of psychiatry — In this glossary of psychiatric terms, mostly Greek, secondly French and German and some English terms, as used in psychiatric literature, were defined. We have included many other terms with the passage of time and aim to broaden this article to … Wikipedia
heautoscopy — Also written as héautoscopy. Both terms stem from the Greek words heautou ( of oneself ) and skopeô (I am looking at). They translate loosely as seeing oneself or seeing [something] of oneself . In the older literature heau toscopy is also… … Dictionary of Hallucinations