- hallucination of memory
- see memory hallucination.
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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memory hallucination — Also known as hallucinatory memory, hallucination of memory, and memory illusion. The German expression Halluzination der Erinnerung was introduced in or shortly before 1866 by the German psychiatrist Karl Ludwig Kahlbaum (1828 1899) to denote … Dictionary of Hallucinations
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memory illusion — A term used to denote a false memory rather than a perceptual phenomenon, characterized by a failure to distinguish accurately between an event that actually took place and one that was merely imagined or thought about. The term memory… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
memory flashback — see the entries flashback, experiential hallucination, and reperceptive hallucination … Dictionary of Hallucinations
non-coincidental hallucination — A term used to denote a hallucination, usually * visual in nature, which the * hallucinator believes to coincide with an actual event (typically the dying of another person) without this being the case. The term non coincidental hallucination… … Dictionary of Hallucinations
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
lilliputian hallucination — A term used to denote a hallucination featuring miniature individuals, animals, objects, or fantasy figures. The notion of lilliputian hallucination constitutes the logical and conceptual counterpart of the gulliverian hallucination. Both… … Dictionary of Hallucinations