- see xenopathic syndrome.
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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xenopathic syndrome — Also referred to as xenopathic character. The French term syndrome xénopathique was introduced in or shortly before 1928 by the French psychiatrist Pierre Lelong to denote the compelling sense of objectivity that may lend hallucinations a… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
bereavement hallucination — Also known as post bereavement hallucination and grief hallucination. All three terms are used to denote a heterogeneous group of * sensory deceptions occurring in the context of grief over the loss of a spouse or other loved one. As to their… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
Charles Bonnet syndrome — (CBS) The eponym Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS) refers to the Swiss naturalist and philosopher Charles Bonnet (1720 1792). It was introduced in 1936 by the Swiss neurologist Georges de Mor sier (1894 1982) to denote a hallucinatory state or… … Dictionary of Hallucinations