Posted By : Margaret Garland
Category : lainnya
Bugs Bunny inwards Hyde too Hare (1955)
Delusional misidentification syndromes bring fascinated filmmakers too psychiatrists alike. Afflicted individuals endure nether the fake belief that persons or things approximately them bring changed their identities or appearance. Classification schemes bring varied, exactly a full general outline includes:
from Table 1 (Ellis et al., 1994). Classification too description of the 4 main delusional misidentification syndromes (DMS).
Bugs Bunny isn't delusional inwards the icon above, because the mild mannered physician Jekyll has truly morphed into the monstrous too hideous Mr. Hyde. Or has he?
Ever bring 1 of those days?
Cartoon interpretations of Strange Case of physician Jekyll too Mr. Hyde portray the mad scientist's transformation equally literal, too why not? It's visually arresting. We needn't dwell on the duality of skillful vs. evil within, or the harmful effects of repressive Victorian [or 1950s American] mores (although Kevin McCorry makes a convincing illustration that Hyde too Hare is An Overlooked Masterpiece).
The existent syndrome of Psychopharmacology of Lycanthropy
Werewolves of London, Ontario
Ophidianthropy: The Delusion of Being Transformed into a Snake
Courbon, P., & Tusques, J. (1994 English linguistic communication translation of 1932 French text). Illusions d'intermetamorphose et de charme. History of Psychiatry, 5 (17), 139-146 DOI: 10.1177/0957154X9400501711
Ellis, H., Luauté, J., & Retterstøl, N. (1994). Delusional Misidentification Syndromes Psychopathology, 27 (3-5), 117-120 DOI: 10.1159/000284856
Malliaras DE, Kossovitsa YT, Christodoulou GN. (1978). Organic contributors to the intermetamorphosis syndrome American Journal of Psychiatry, 135 (8), 985-987 DOI: 10.1176/ajp.135.8.985
Silva, A., Leong, G., & Shaner, A. (1991). The Syndrome of Intermetamorphosis. Psychopathology, 24 (3), 158-165 DOI: 10.1159/000284709
Silva, A., & Leong, G. (1994). Delusions of Psychological Change of the Self. Psychopathology, 27 (6), 285-290 DOI: 10.1159/000284885