body sensation hallucination
- see bodily hallucination.
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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bodily hallucination — Also known as body sensation hallucination. Both terms are used interchangeably as umbrella terms for the notions of * tactile hallucination and * somatic hallucination. In other words, both terms refer to a hallucination experienced in the… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
tactile hallucination — Also known as tactile phantasma, haptic hallucination, touch hallucination, and hallucination of touch. The term tactile hallucination is indebted to the Latin verb tangere, which means to touch. It refers to a bodily sensation seemingly… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
coenesthetic hallucination — Also written as cenesthetic hallucination. Both terms translate loosely to hallucination of auto somatic awareness . They are used to denote a * somatic hallucination consisting of a peculiar visceral or other bodily sensation that cannot be… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
kinaesthetic hallucination — Also known as kinesthetic hallucination, kinaesthetic illusion, and hallucination of motion. The term kinaesthetic hallucination is indebted to the Greek words kinèsis (movement) and aisthèsis (feeling). In a broad sense, it is used to denote… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
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altruistic hallucination — The term altruistic hallucination is indebted to the French noun altruisme, coined by the French philosopher Auguste Comte (1798 1857), which translates to unselfishness. The term hallucination altruiste was introduced in or shortly before… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
splitting of the body image — A term used to denote a rare type of somaesthetic aura that is characterized by the sensation of one s own body being split in two. The affected individual typically perceives his or her body (or head) as being split down the middle, into two… … Dictionary of Hallucinations