Mechanisms of Hallucinations

  title={Mechanisms of Hallucinations},
  author={Heinrich Kl{\"u}ver},
The theories that have been evolved for an understanding of hallucinatory phenomena have frequently stressed one set of factors to the exclusion of others. They have stressed either psychological or physiological factors, "peripheral" or "central" factors, sensory or motor factors, cortical or subcortical mechanisms. In recent years, however, it has been generally recognized that all these factors are of importance. Since all of them are involved in any complex behavioral reaction, it is to be… CONTINUE READING

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