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- Paramnesia is memory-based delusion or confabulation, or an inability to distinguish between real and fantasy memories. It may refer more specifically...
- Reduplicative paramnesia is the delusional belief that a place or location has been duplicated, existing in two or more places simultaneously, or that...
- delusional beliefs. Capgras syndrome has also been linked to reduplicative paramnesia, another delusional misidentification syndrome in which a person believes...
- portion of the brain. Another infrequent effect is that of reduplicative paramnesia, in which patients believe that the location in which they currently reside...
- resulted in 3 of the 10 parti****nts reporting what the authors termed "paramnesias". Two approaches are used by researchers to study feelings of previous...
- experiences of apparent precognition. These include: Déjà vu or identifying paramnesia, where people conjure up a false memory of a vision having occurred before...
- include autoscopy, heautoscopy and out-of-body experiences. Reduplicative paramnesia is a delusional misidentification syndrome in which one's surroundings...
- that one's reflection in a mirror is some other person. Reduplicative paramnesia is the belief that a familiar person, place, object, or body part has...
- Monothematic delusion Paranoia Pathological jealousy Psychosis Reduplicative paramnesia Prelest Bortolotti, Lisa (7 June 2013). "Delusions in the DSM 5". Imperfect...
- Mavromatis (1987), p. 82 Ellis, Havelock (1897). 'A note on hypnagogic paramnesia'. Mind, New Series, Vol. 6:22, 283–287. Mavromatis (1987), pp. 53–54 Silberer...
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