Content analysis of subjective experiences in partial epileptic seizures

@article{Johanson2008ContentAO,
  title={Content analysis of subjective experiences in partial epileptic seizures},
  author={Mirja Johanson and K. Valli and A. Revonsuo and Jan-Eric Wedlund},
  journal={Epilepsy & Behavior},
  year={2008},
  volume={12},
  pages={170-182}
}
A new content analysis method for systematically describing the phenomenology of subjective experiences in connection with partial epileptic seizures is described. Forty patients provided 262 descriptions of subjective experience relative to their partial epileptic seizures. The results revealed that subjective experiences during seizures consist mostly of sensory and bodily sensations, hallucinatory experiences, and thinking. The majority of subjective experiences during seizures are bizarre… Expand
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