autoscopy


autoscopy
تنظير ذاتي
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تَنْظِيْرٌ ذَاتِيّ

English-Arabic Medical Dictionary. 2013.

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  • autoscopy —    The term autoscopy comes from the Greek words autos (self) and skopeô (I am looking at). It translates roughly as seeing oneself and is used to denote the act of perceiving a hallucinated mirror image of oneself, viewed from the position of… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Autoscopy — This article excludes paranormal interpretations. Autoscopy is defined as an experience in which a person while believing to be awake sees her/his body and the world from a location outside her/his physical body. More precisely, autoscopy… …   Wikipedia

  • autoscopy — ȯˈtäskəpē noun ( es) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary aut + scopy; probably originally formed as German autoskopie : visual hallucination of one s body image * * * autoscopy /ö toˈskə pi/ (psychology) noun Hallucination of an image …   Useful english dictionary

  • autoscopy — au·tos·co·py ȯ täs kə pē n, pl pies visual hallucination of an image of one s body * * * n. the experience of seeing one s whole body as though from a vantage point some distance away. It can be a symptom in epilepsy. See also out of the body… …   Medical dictionary

  • autoscopy — au·tos·co·py …   English syllables

  • autoscopy — n. the experience of seeing one s whole body as though from a vantage point some distance away. It can be a symptom in epilepsy. See also: out of the body experience …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • negative autoscopy —    Also known as negative heautoscopy and asomatoscopy. The term negative autoscopy is used to denote a variant of *autoscopy (i.e. the perception of a hallucinated image of oneself) characterized by the transient failure to perceive one s own… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • coenesthetic autoscopy —    Also written as cenesthetic autoscopy. Both terms are indebted to the medical Latin noun coenes thesis, which in turn comes from the Greek words koinos (communal) and aisthanesthai (to notice, to perceive). The term coenesthesis was used… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • positive autoscopy —    The term positive autoscopy is indebted to the Greek words autos (self) and skopeo (I am looking at). It was introduced in or shortly before 1903 by the French physician and psychologist Paul Auguste Sollier (1861 1933). Sollier uses the… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • dissimilar autoscopy —    The term dissimilar autoscopy comes from the Latin words dis (not) and similis (alike), and from the Greek words autos (self) and skopeo (I am looking at). The French term autoscopie dissemblable (i.e. dissimilar autoscopy) was introduced in… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • internal autoscopy —    Also known as internal heautoscopy, inner heautoscopy, organic auto representation, and auto representative phenomenon. The term internal autoscopy was introduced in or shortly before 1903 by the French physician and psychologist Paul Auguste… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations