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Phenomena of daily life and mental pathology



Phenomena of daily life and mental pathology



Vertex 12(43): 12-17



To get acquainted with the information handled by health There are many psychic phenomena that may be observed both among diagnosticated patients and among persons included in the statistical media of normality. Reality as continuum, perception and some particular forms of it (pareidolias, sensitive pseudo-images, hipnogogical and hipnopompical hallucinations, eidetic images, sensitive post-images, dej racont, cout, vu, etc.) as well as premonitions, epiphanies, mystical experiences and overvalued, delirious, encapsulated, fixed ideas, would be characteristic of mental state depending on their intensity and their place in the psychic life. These events are assessed according society and the general circumstances in each situation, and they are presented seperately only by classificatory interest.

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