hallucination by Jonathan T. Tabungar

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TYPES OF HALLUCINATION BY : Jonathan T. Tabungar

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TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR Auditory Hearing noises or sounds most commonly in the form of voice. Audible thoughts in which the patient hears voices that are speaking what the patient is thinking and commands that tell the patient to do something, sometimes harmful or dangerous Moving eyes back and forth as if looking to see who or what is talking. Listening intently to another person who is not speaking or to inanimate object such as a piece of furniture. Engaging in conversation with an inanimate object or with an invisible person. Moving mouth as if speaking or responding to a sound.

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TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR Responding to an odor with terror, as in smelling fire or blood. Throwing a blanket or pouring water on another person as if putting out a fire. Visual Sees a person or object that is not present. Visual stimuli in the form of flashes of light and figures. Visions can be pleasant or terrifying as in seeing monsters . Suddenly appearing startled, frightened or terrified by another person, an inanimate object, or by apparent stimulus. Suddenly running into another room .

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TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR Olfactory Perceives an odor that actually is not present. Putrid, foul and rancid smells of a repulsive nature such as blood, urine or feces. Occasionally the odors can be pleasant. Wrinkling nose as if smelling something horrible Smelling parts of the body Smelling the air while walking toward another person. Responding to an odor with terror, as in smelling fire or blood. Responding to an odor with terror, as in smelling fire or blood. Throwing a blanket or pouring water on another person as if putting out a fire.

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TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR Gustatory Experiences a taste that is not present and frequently is bitter or strong. Putrid, foul and rancid tastes of a repulsive nature such as blood, urine or feces Spitting out food or a beverage Refusing to eat, drink or take medicines Suddenly leaving the dinner table.

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TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR Tactile Experiences the feeling of a touch Feeling electrical sensations coming from the ground, inanimate objects or other people Slapping self as if putting out a fire Jumping up and down on the floor as if avoiding pain or other stimuli on the feet.

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TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR Cinesthetic Feeling body functions such as blood pulsing through veins and arteries, food digesting or urine forming Verbalizing and/or obsessing about body processes Refusing to complete a task that may require a part of the body that patient believes is not working

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TYPES OF HALLUCINATION CHARACTERISTICS OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR Kinesthetic Sensation of movement while standing motionless Steadying oneself while grabbing onto furniture

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