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HALLUCINATIONS; THEIR NATURE AND SIGNIFICANCE
C. Macfie Campbell
Am J Psychiatry 1930;86:607-618.
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In clinical psychiatry the term hallucination is used to cover a great variety of experiences.In this paper a brief review is made of the simple and impersonal hallucinations associated with a variety of toxic and organic conditions, and of the more complex and personal hallucinations closely related to important preoccupations, which are not infrequently dissociated from the rest of the personality.

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