5 edition of Hallucinations found in the catalog.
March 2003 by Kessinger Publishing .
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert T. Hulme (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||428|
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Engaging prose, well-researched book on a variety of hallucinations. Sacks is a master of his profession and a very accomplished author. A very good format. Each chapter covers a category of hallucination. A good introductory chapter that covers the essence of the book/5().
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Sacks examines hallucinations caused by sensory deficits such as blindness; brain misfirings as in epilepsy and migraines; illness; trauma; therapeutic and recreational drugs; and more. He includes common experiences like sleep paralysis as well as perceptions /5. In this book, the authors review the latest research on the cognitive and neural bases of hallucinations and outline their unique neurobiology by drawing on evidence from Pages: Sacks has turned hallucinations from something bizarre and frightening into something that seems part of what it means to be a person.
His book, too, is a medical and human triumph.” —The Washington Post “[Sacks] covers a broad range of sensory disturbances. Hallucinations don’t belong wholly to the insane. Much more commonly, they are linked to sensory deprivation, intoxication, illness or injury.
People with migraines may see shimmering arcs of light or tiny, Lilliputian figures of animals and people. People with failing eyesight, paradoxically, may become immersed in a hallucinatory visual world.
Hallucination begins with an Introduction by Oliver Sacks who discusses the stigma often surrounding hallucinations. He opens the book with a discussion of Charles Bonnet Syndrome, a disease in which hallucinations occur in those who are technically blind due to degenerative visual impairment.
The creation of art from illness-induced hallucinations is yet another illustration of a theme that runs throughout Dr.
Sacks’s books: the ability of people not only to adapt to anomalous. Hallucinations can involve any of the five senses or memory, or be caused by brain injury. They manifest as sleep paralysis and nightmares, ecstasy and panic, music, haunting images, revenants, and doubles.
Sacks's more famous subjects here include Joan of /5(21). The information about Hallucinations shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this book and feel that the. In his introduction, Sacks writes, “I think of this book, then, as a sort of natural history or anthology of hallucinations, describing the experiences and impact of hallucinations on those who.
Exclusive First Read: 'Hallucinations,' By Oliver Sacks Neurologist Oliver Sacks' new book is a thoughtful look at hallucinations — visual and otherwise. In this exclusive excerpt, we learn. Hallucinations Summary.
Hallucinations, by Oliver Stacks, is an extraordinary look at the causes and circumstances surrounding one of the most controversial symptoms in today's neurological field.
Sacks examines a variety of reasons normal, everyday citizens might have hallucinations, and helps to remove the stigma often associated with these. Acclaimed neurologist Sacks (The Mind's Eye) investigates a wide range of hallucinations, from the geometric zigzags of some migraines and the painful cramps of phantom limbs to florid multicharacter melodramas, grotesque phantasms, and /5().
Octo • Neurologist Oliver Sacks' new book is a thoughtful look at hallucinations — visual and otherwise. In this exclusive excerpt, we learn about auditory hallucinations.
Scientific and philosophical perspectives on hallucination: essays that draw on empirical evidence from psychology, neuroscience, and cutting-edge philosophical theory.
Reflection on the nature of hallucination has relevance for many traditional philosophical debates concerning the nature of the mind, perception, and our knowledge of the world.
In recent years, neuroimaging techniques and. Hallucinations, for most people, imply madness. But there are many different types of non-psychotic hallucination caused by various illnesses or injuries, by intoxication--even, for many people, by falling sleep. From the elementary geometrical shapes that we see when we rub our eyes to the complex swirls and blind spots and zigzags of a visual migraine, hallucination takes many forms/5(36).
The book could almost be renamed " Varieties of Hallucinatory Experience: From Dancing Patterns to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder", in which terrifying nightmare scenes intrude themselves on the Author: Lisa Appignanesi.
The author assembles a wide range of case studies in hallucinations—seeing, hearing or otherwise perceiving things that aren’t there—and the varying brain quirks and disorders that cause them in patients who are otherwise mentally healthy.
Hallucinations - Ebook written by Oliver Sacks. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Hallucinations.4/5(54).
Houriez has chosen to support the book The Neuroscience of Hallucinations, which. presents state-of-the-art reviews on one of the most disabling psychiatric phenom-ena. Hallucinations can be brought on by a simple fever or even the act of waking or falling asleep, when people have visions ranging from luminous blobs of color to beautifully detailed faces or terrifying ogres.
OLIVER SACKS is a professor of neurology and psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center and the author of many books, including /5(38). Hallucinations Throughout the play Macbeth, Shakespeare uses many motifs to portray the deeper and dark themes used in the play.
One of the main Motif used in the play is Hallucinations. Shakespeare uses hallucination in the play to show the characters’ guilt and remorse towards the killings in the play. Other articles where Hallucinations is discussed: Oliver Sacks: Hallucinations () inventoried conditions and circumstances—from epilepsy to drug use to sensory deprivation—that can cause hallucinations and chronicled the effects of illusory neurological phenomena on those who experienced them.
Among his autobiographical works were Uncle Tungsten: Memories of a Chemical Boyhood. We think of seeing—or hearing, smelling, touching or inchoately sensing—things that aren’t there as a classic sign of madness, but it’s really a human commonplace, according to Sacks’s.
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Hallucinations/5(40).
This book explores the complex realm of hallucinations, and explains how they happen not only to people who are ill, but also to those who are completely healthy. Drawing on various studies, patient cases and the author’s own experiences, it describes the different causes and types of hallucinations, and shows that they're actually a common phenomenon that manifest in a variety of ways.
Sacks's trip through the world of hallucinations - and his own LSD experiences - explains some of the mesmerising ways our brains can deceive us -- Best Books of * Sunday Times * 'Wide-ranging, compassionate and ultimately revelatory Hallucinations is the keystone of the amazing edifice that is this remarkable thinker's oeuvre.'/5(K).
Awakenings - which inspired the major motion picture - is the remarkable story of a group of patients who contracted sleeping sickness during the great epidemic just after World War I.
Frozen for decades in a trance-like state, these men and women were given up as hopeless untilwhen Dr. Oliver Sacks gave them the then-new drug L-DOPA, which had an astonishing, explosive, "awakening" effect.
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Hallucinations (Book): Sacks, Oliver: An investigation into the types, physiological sources, and cultural resonances of hallucinations traces everything from the disorientations of sleep and intoxication to the manifestations of injury and illness.
Hallucinations (Book): Sacks, Oliver: This book is an investigation into the types, physiological sources, and cultural resonances of hallucinations traces everything from the disorientations of sleep and intoxication to the manifestations of injury and illness.
Have you ever seen something that was not really there. Heard someone call your name in an empty house. About this Item: Grune & Stratton, New York and London, Hardcover.
Condition: Good. First Edition (Unstated). pages. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition. PSYCHIATRY. Contains the papers presented at a symposium on Hallucinations sponsored by the American Psychiatric Association and American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, DC, December Audio Books & Poetry Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Crônicas de um andarilho Librivox Free Audiobook Practically Effective Listen to Lou DC Animation Commentaries Prolly Shoulda Known Better Bohmans Ledare Mr Stranger NECROMONICAST.
Nine of the best book quotes about hallucinations #1 “At night in any kind of light, in twilight, candlelight, lamplight, and worst of all by moonlight, it becomes bars.
The outside pattern I mean, and the woman behind it is as plain as can be.”. In his popular book Hallucinations, neurologist Oliver Sacks describes voice hearing in patients with a wide variety of medical conditions, as well as his own personal experience of hearing voices.
Schizophrenia [ edit ]Specialty: Psychiatry. This book provides a comprehensive survey of the neuroscience of visual hallucinations and the clinical techniques for testing these. It brings together the very latest evidence from cognitive neuropsychology, neuroimaging, neuropathology, and neuropharmacology, placing this within current models of visual perception.
Description: Hallucinations are a troublesome and distressing symptom for countless patients who suffer from psychiatric or neurological conditions.
This book brings together the work of leading experts in this area, to provide a practical guide to the assessment, evaluation, and treatment of hallucinations.
Hallucinations may affect your vision, sense of smell, taste, hearing, or bodily sensations. Visual hallucinations The hallucinations may be of objects, visual patterns, people, or : Chitra Badii.Oliver Sacks’s 13th book, “Hallucinations,’’ like his others includes patients’ life stories, and also is an account of a doctor and a writer coming of : Suzanne Koven.Hallucinations can be brought on by a simple fever or even the act of waking or falling asleep, when people have visions ranging from luminous blobs of color to beautifully detailed faces or terrifying ogres.