illicit substances and hallucinations

illicit substances and hallucinations

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  • bananadine and hallucinations —    The neologism bananadine is indebted to the noun banana. It was introduced in 1967 in an article by Max Scherr, editor of the US underground newspaper Berkeley Barb, to denote a fictional alkaloid with hallucinogenic properties allegedly… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Convention on Psychotropic Substances — The Convention allows only medical and scientific uses of Schedule I drugs. Signed February 21, 1971 Location Vienna Effective August 16, 1976 Condition 4 …   Wikipedia

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  • olfactory hallucination —    Also known as phantosmia, phantom smell, and hallucination of smell. The term olfactory hallucination is indebted to the Latin verb ol(e)facere, which means to smell. Using source localization as a guiding principle, olfactory hallucinations… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • musical hallucination —    Also known as musical hallucinosis, auditory Charles Bonnet syndrome, and Oliver Sacks syndrome, after the British neurologist Oliver Wolf Sacks (b. 1933). All four terms are used to denote an *auditory hallucination characterized by songs,… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • gustatory hallucination —    Also known as gustatory phantasma and hallucination of taste. The term gustatory hallucination is indebted to the Latin noun gustus,which means taste. It is used to denote a taste sensation occurring in the absence of an appropriate tas tant.… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • black patch delirium —    Also known as black patch psychosis, black patch syndrome, black patch disease, and cataract delirium. The term black patch delirium was introduced in 1958 by the American philosopher, psychiatrist, and thanatologist Avery D. Weisman (b.… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • minor hallucination —    The term minor hallucination is indebted to the Latin adjective minor, which means smaller, younger, the youngest. It is used to denote a * sensory deception that does not fulfil the criteria of a * hallucination proper, such as a *hallucinoid …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • chemosensory disorders —    Also known as chemosensory deficits and disorders of taste and smell. Traditionally, the group of chemosensory disorders is divided into six broad categories of taste disorders and five categories of smell disorders. The group of taste… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations