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imagine

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perceive what is not there

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Americans with schizophrenia in the study--who often referred to hallucinated voices as unreal and as symptoms of a brain disease--homed in on the strangest, most antagonistic voices in their minds, Luhrmann suspects.
Many patients in both regions regarded most hallucinated voices as familiar people who couldn't be controlled but who were sensible and likable.
According to Sport24, Dancevic said that he had hallucinated a vision of Snoopy before blacking out, while China's Peng Shuai vomited and cramped up during her loss to Kurumi Nara.
The 'In' intensional operators allow a more external perspective than the 'According to' ones, and also permit more externality than the 'He hallucinated that' operator.
An early formulation, applying it to talk of hallucinations, is this: 'statements directed toward hallucinated objects not only have to be pretence-truth-apt (truth-apt within the pretence), they also have to be truth-apt vis-a-vis statements outside of the pretence context' (51).
Hallucinated voices--usually whole phrases, sentences, even conversations--are experienced by 60%-70% of individuals with schizophrenia and 10%-20% of bipolar patients, as well as some individuals without psychotic illness.
Hoffman described several small studies to investigate the use of repeated transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), a modality that manipulates electromagnetic fields to induce small electrical currents in the brain, to alleviate hallucinated voices.
His best friend, aged 14, told Swansea Youth Court that the schoolboy became ``mad'' and attacked him as the gang hallucinated on cans of solvent stolen from a supermarket.
He now claims that while recovering from his crash injuries, he hallucinated being tortured by Francisco Goya (1746-1828), famous for atrocity images.
Vitorovic and Biller describe a hearing-impaired patient who initially hallucinated music when she was trying to fall asleep.
Maybe he was in a hallucinated state with the demon drink himself
Generally terrific performances all around - from unusual suspects such as the often-bland Kate Bosworth, Dylan McDermott and Josh Lucas - contribute to as dense and complicated a picture of under-Hollywood corruption and self-destruction as anything James Ellroy has ever hallucinated.
Everything seems to float freely in circles, like some hallucinated eternal recurrence.
No one suffering from schizophrenia hallucinated during the experiment.
Greetings were exchanged, the hoses were separated and the freighter disappeared, leaving the women wondering whether they had hallucinated the whole thing.