Two kinds of “memory images”: Experimental models for hallucinations?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (6):768-768 (2005)
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Abstract

Collerton et al. postulate that in a variety of different clinical conditions, hallucinations are derived from object schema lodged in long-term memory. I review two new experiments in which memory images can be easily triggered in neurologically intact subjects. These examples of making visible items in memory may provide experimental models for genesis of hallucinations.

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