By Jan Dirk Blom
A Dictionary of Hallucinations is designed to function a reference guide for neuroscientists, psychiatrists, psychiatric citizens, psychologists, neurologists, historians of psychiatry, normal practitioners, and lecturers dealing professionally with recommendations of hallucinations and different sensory deceptions.
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Amblyopia and Hallucinations compliance and referral patterns. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology, 32, 175–179. AMDP’s Definition of Hallucinations The 1982 Manual for the Assessment and Documentation of Psychopathology (AMDP) defines hallucinations as follows: “Hallucinations are perceptual experiences without a corresponding stimulus in the environment. One can hallucinate in all sense modalities and frequently in more than one. ” Amblyopia is also known as ‘lazy eye’. The term comes from the Greek noun amblu¯opia, which means weakness of vision.
Psychosomatics, 44, 388–401. A. (2005). Hallucinations and mortality in Alzheimer Disease. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 13, 984–990. Amanita Reverie A term used to denote a hallucinatory state attributed to intoxication with the mushroom Amanita muscaria. A. muscaria is known under many other names, including A. formosa, A. mexicana, A. muscaria, Agaricus muscarius, fly mushroom, fly amanita, and fly agaric. The name Amanita comes from the Greek noun amanitès, which refers to a mushroom with a bright red cap and white warts – in other words, the archetypical mushroom depicted in children’s books and fairy tales.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. References Flammarion, C. (1873). The atmosphere. B. Edited by Glaisher, J. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low, & Searle. , Schwartz, Pt. (1979). Origin of the anthelion. Journal of the Optical Society of America, 69, 383–386. , Livingston, W. (1995). Color and light in nature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Anthypnic Sensation see Hypnagogic hallucination. Antibiotics and Hallucinations Anthelion The term anthelion comes from the Greek words anti (against, opposite to) and helios (Sun).