Illusions A type of false perception in which the perception of a real world object is combined with internal imagery to produce a false internal perception. They are classified into: Affect illusion There is a combination of heightened emotion and misperception. (e.g., while walking across a lonely park at night, briefly seeing a tree moving […]
Hyperaesthesia (Symptom of asthenic states) A state of exalted or morbidly increased sensibility of the body, or of a part of it. Hypoaesthesia (Symptom of depression) A state of decreased sensibility of the body or of a part of it. Anaesthesia Loss of sensibility of the body or of a part of it Hysterical anaesthesia […]
Symptom: A subjective manifestation of a pathological condition. It helps us distinguish the patients from others, and impair their normal functioning. Example: Memory which is better than others is distinguishing but it is not a symptom. However, poor memory impairs their normal functioning.