Notes from Two Scientific Psychologists: An (Draft) Ecological Approach to Hallucinating - Deepstash
What is Hallucination?

A perception of having seen, heard, touched, tasted or smelled something that wasn't actually there.

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Notes from Two Scientific Psychologists: An (Draft) Ecological Approach to Hallucinating

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Is Hallucination a Perception?

Importantly, However, hallucinating is not perception.

Perception requires information and by definition, hallucinating is what happens when you have an experien...

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Two classes of Use for that information:

Law-baseduseofinformation.

-Support Both action selection and action control.

Convention-baseduse

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How Realistic these are?

Hallucinating cannot, by definition, entails the law-based/Convention-based use of information, because "there is nothing real to create that information".

this means...t...

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