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Dr David Lim trial: Expert says chance of four patients experiencing ...


Taranaki Daily News - May 22, 2017
Doctor on trial was "overtly gay" and this created a situation "ripe for misunderstanding", lawyer says.
 

Alcoholic allowed to discharge himself from St Peter's Hospital despite hallucinations and disorientation, inquest hears


Get Surrey - May 23, 2017
A detoxing alcoholic who died after discharging himself from A&E at St Peter's Hospital was allowed to leave despite suffering from serious liver disease, an inquest has heard. James Phelan was admitted to the Chertsey hospital on August 8 2014 after ...
 

Autistic People Are Three Times More Likely To Have Hallucinations


IFLScience - May 20, 2017
Different levels of certain chemicals in the brain (neurotransmitters) may explain why some people have more unusual perceptions than others. Migraines, for example, are often preceded by hallucinations, such as seeing lights and shapes that aren't there.
 

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True Hallucinations: Being an Account of the Author's Extraordinary Adventures in the Devil's Paradise


by: Terence McKenna

This mesmerizing, surreal account of the bizarre adventures of Terence McKenna, his brother Dennis, and a small band of their friends, is a wild ride of exotic experience and scientific inquiry. Exploring the Amazon Basin in search of mythical shamanic hallucinogens, they encounter a host of unusual characters -- including a mushroom, a flying saucer, pirate Mantids from outer space, an appearance by James and Nora Joyce in the guise of poultry, and translinguistic matter -- and discover the missing link in the development of human consciousness and language.
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Hallucinations


by: Oliver Sacks

To many people, hallucinations imply madness, but in fact they are a common part of the human experience. These sensory distortions range from the shimmering zigzags of a visual migraine to powerful visions brought on by fever, injuries, drugs, sensory deprivation, exhaustion, or even grief. Hallucinations doubtless lie behind many mythological traditions, literary inventions, and  religious epiphanies. Drawing on his own experiences, a wealth of clinical cases from among his patients, and famous historical examples ranging from Dostoevsky to Lewis Carroll, the legendary neurologist Oliver Sacks investigates the mystery of these sensory deceptions: what they say about the working of our brains, how they have influenced our folklore and culture, and why the potential for hallucination is present in us all.
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The Science Of Hallucinations


Your brain is an incredible specimen, but what happens when things go wrong? Why do some people hallucinate? Watch More: Why Do You Understand ...
 

Hypnotize Yourself: Hallucinations


This spinning wheel allows the viewer to create an hypnotic state light enough to not be dangerous yet deep enough to produce hallucinations.
 

Hallucinations with Oliver Sacks


Famed neurologist Oliver Sacks joined award-winning journalist John Hockenberry to discuss Sacks' latest book, which explores the bewitching and surreal ...
 

Auditory Hallucinations - An Audio Representation


This is designed to provide the listener with some understanding of what it might be like to experience auditory hallucinations. Content in this presentation is ...
 

Auditory Hallucinations


Hallucinations are false perceptions, indistinguishable from reality, that occur in the absence of an external stimulus.