Hallucinations

Disturbed perceptions often seen in people with schizophrenia. They can occur in any sensory form (i.e. sound, sight, taste, touch) Hearing voices is often the most commonly experienced hallucination in people with schizophrenia.
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Hallucinations

False perceptions that occur in the absence of objective stimulation.
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Hallucinations

Hallucinations are experiences of sensations that have no source. Some examples of hallucinations include hearing nonexistent voices, seeing nonexistent things, and experiencing burning or pain sensations with no physical cause.
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hallucinations

Subjectively experienced sensation in the absence of an actual appropriate stimulus, but which is regarded by the individual as real. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Hallucinations

They are disorders of perception or a perception without a stimulus.There are various different types of hallucinations including; auditory (hearing sounds or voices), olfactory (smells), tactile (sensation), visual (seeing things) or gustatory (taste).The most common are hearing voices or seeing things that don`t really exist. Hallucinations are c...
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