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The dark side of imagination

Delusions and ordinary cases of self-deception have been characterized as disorders of imagination.

Delusions can be characterized as beliefs that are dysfunctional in their content or formation. That is, a delusion is an imagined interpretation that is mistaken by the subject as a belief.

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