The perception of objects which have no reality, or of sensations which have no corresponding external cause, arising from disorder of the nervous system, as in delirium tremens; delusion.
false or distorted perception of objects or events with a compelling sense of reality due to a mental disorder or response to a drug.
A resident sees, hears, smells or tastes things others do not.
perceiving that which does not exist
A false perception or experience that is experienced as real. There are different types of experiences of hallucination including visual and auditory.
the sensory perception of something that does not really exist in the world; a sensory experience created from within the brain
A perception that occurs in the apparent absence of a corresponding stimulus in consensus reality. See text, Chapter 10. See also, "consensus reality," "hypnogogia," "Perky effect" and "really real."
A sensory perception that has the compelling sense of reality of a true perception but that occurs without external stimulation of the relevant sensory organ. Hallucinations should be distinguished from illusions, in which an actual external stimulus is misperceived or misinterpreted. The person may or may not have insight into the fact that he or she is having a hallucination. One person with auditory hallucinations may recognize that he or she is having a false sensory experience, whereas another may be convinced that the source of the sensory experience has an independent physical reality. See also: Treatment
A sensory perception that does not correspond to physical reality.
Experiencing or perceiving sensory data which have no physical correlation.
a visual, auditory or olfactory perception which is not based in reality.
Perceived experiences that occur in the absence of actual sensory stimulation.
A sensory experience, usually involving either sight or hearing, of something that does not exist outside the mind.
A false sensory experience in which one perceives a sight, sound, touch, taste or smell that is not actually present.
illusory perception; a common symptom of severe mental disorder
an object perceived during a hallucinatory episode; "he refused to believe that the angel was a hallucination"
a belief that something is happening when it is not
a distorted sensory experience that appears to be a perception of something real even though it is not caused by an external stimulus
a false perception in the absence of sensory inputs, while an illusion requires an external sensory source which is misinterpreted by the individual
a false perception occurring without any identifiable external stimulus and indicates an abnormality in perception
a false perception of objects or events involving the senses
a false perception something a person believes is real, but isn't
a false perception that occurs in the waking state in the absence of a sensory stimulus
a false perception through one of the senses that makes a person see, hear or feel something that is not there
a false sensory perception In psychology and the cognitive sciences, perception is the process of acquiring, interpreting, selecting, and organizing sensory information
an experience of perception in the absence of an appropriate stimulus, but which has the impact of a conventional perception and is not under the control of the experient
a perception of one of the senses where there is no external stimulation
a perception of something that does not correspond to external stimuli, and may involve any of the five senses (or any combination of them)
a sensation that is not real
a sensory experience that does not arise from external stimulation
a sensory experience which is not real
a sensory percep
a sensory perception without a source in the external world
a strictly sensational form of consciousness, as good and true a sensation as there were a real object there
a strong sensory perception that one has of an object or event while awake, when no such object or event exists
The false perception of a sight, sound, taste, smell, or touch when no actual stimulus is present.
A sensory experience in which a person can see, hear, smell, taste or feel something that is not there.
A false or distorted perception of objects or events, including sensations of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell, typically with a powerful sense of their reality.
Seeing, hearing, or otherwise experiencing something that isn't real.
Something seen, heard, felt, tasted, or smelled that is not really there.
Sensory experience or perception in the absence of relevant external stimuli. Usually the result of intense subjective need for tension reduction or expression.
a false and distorted perception of objects or events.
The experience of seeing, feeling, hearing, smelling, or tasting something that is not really there.
A false and distorted perception of reality.
is a false or distorted perception of objects or events, including sensations of sight, sound, taste, smell or touch. In other words, it is seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling or touching something that isn’t real, accompanied by the conviction that it is.
an imagined occurrence, either visual or auditory
a perception that occurs when there is actually nothing there to cause it (such as hearing voices when there are none)
False sensory perception of something that is not really there. It may involve, vision, touch, taste or smell.
perceptual disorder involving any of the 5 senses that occurs in absence of any stimuli.
Perception of sights, sounds, etc., that are not actually present. Ghosts, as we define them, are not hallucinations, because they have a real, external cause.
is the sensation of something that does not really exist.
False or distorted perception of an image or sound with a compelling sense of reality
a Sensory experience that doesn't exist except in one's mind.
a false perception occurring without any true sensory stimulus; [*] a sensory perception that has the compelling sense of reality of a true perception but that occurs without external stimulation of the relevant sensory organ. Hallucinations should be distinguished from illusions, in which an actual external stimulus is misperceived or misinterpreted. [DSM-IV
A vision or sense of something that does not actually exist.
The false perception of something that isn't there as a visual image or sound, usually the result of a disorder of the nervous system.
A false or distorted perception of objects or events with a full belief in their reality.
An altered state of awareness where one perceives a completely different objective reality. More than just visual distortions, the person believes the hallucination to be real.
"Perceptions are lacking, but which can only by a distinct reflectionbe recognized as lacking, the objective basis which they suggest." If the sensory perception coincides with an objective occurrenceor counterpart the hallucination is called veridical, truth-telling.Such is, according to the materialistic conception, the phantasm ofthe dying. If the apparition is seen by several people at the sametime the case is collective veridical hallucination. See HALLUCINATION.
A sensory experience in which a person sees, hears, smells, tastes, or feels something that is not there.
an unreal perception believed to be real.
The perception of sights and sounds that are not actually present.
Seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting, or smelling something that doesn't really exist.
Perception not based on reality.
(ha-lu-sih-na-shun): A false perception of something that is not really there. Hallucinations may be seen, heard, touched, tasted, or smelled by the ill individual. In schizophrenia, auditory hallucinations are most common.
A false distorted perception, including sensations of sight, sound, taste, smell, or touch, typically accompanied by a powerful sense of their reality.
A sensory experience in which a person can see, hear, smell, taste, or feel something that isn’t there.
Yes, bipolars can have these. They can affect any of your senses. Examples include hearing messages in the whirring of fans or classic appearances of people or objects which aren't there.
A sense experience in the absence of appropriate external stimuli; a misinterpretation of imaginary experiences as actual perceptions. See also delusion, illusion, schizophrenia.
perception of objects or events that are not actually present
Hallucinations are a sensory experience in which a person sees, hears, or feels something or someone that isn't really there.
Hallucination is a false and unclear perception of objects or events.
false perception of objects or events, often as a result of drug use
A hallucination is a sensory perception experienced in the absence of an external stimulus, as distinct from an illusion, which is a misperception of an external stimulus. Hallucinations may occur in any sensory modality - visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, tactile, or proprioceptive (sense of balance and position in space).