Autoscopie et rêve-éveillé. Ou l'autoscopie dans la procédure imaginative

Translated title of the contribution: Austoscopia and awakened dream. Or the autoscopia in the imaginative process

Anna Paladino, Alberto Passerini, Ivan De Curtis

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Abstract

Autoscopia is an hallucinatory phenomena where the subject sees himself as a double or else sees parts of his body, with a feeling of anxiety and confusion. This phenomena can figure a true perception, in the form of either a pure representation either a delirium, and it not only appears in dissociate psychic processes induced by endogenous or exogenous causes, but as well, though less frequently, in normal people under much weariness. Autoscopia has not an overall pathologic meaning ; encountered mostly as an intrapsychic experience (non hallucinatory) above all in dreams. Even if autoscopia is often related to pathologic conditions, most often its causes remain stress and fatigue. Autoscopia manifests itself physiologically in the Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream) taking the form of Autoscopian Images Chains (Rocca-Stendoro, 2001). It is "the self-representation in a imaginar setting . . . . . . self perception that implies defensive mechanisms of scission linked to the projective identification which can [. . . . . . ] represent a pathologic adaptive phenomena with a maniac content" (Rocca-Stendoro, 2001). We can distinguish different types of autoscopia : the neurotic defense from the distanciation/from the disinvestment ; the psychotic defense of the depersonalization ; the hallucinatory phenomena -delirious ; the ringer phenomena. We chose a few clinical examples to better explain and illustrate the inferred theory concepts of autoscopia manifestation such as they are in Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream).

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)225-241
Number of pages17
JournalImaginaire et Inconscient
Volume17
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Fingerprint

Form Perception
Depersonalization
Confusion
Delirium
Human Body
Self Concept
Fatigue
Emotions
Anxiety
Identification (Psychology)

Keywords

  • Autoscopia
  • Depersonalization
  • Hallucinatory phenomena
  • Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream)
  • Ringer phenomena

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Clinical Psychology

Cite this

Autoscopie et rêve-éveillé. Ou l'autoscopie dans la procédure imaginative. / Paladino, Anna; Passerini, Alberto; De Curtis, Ivan.

In: Imaginaire et Inconscient, Vol. 17, No. 1, 2006, p. 225-241.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Paladino, Anna ; Passerini, Alberto ; De Curtis, Ivan. / Autoscopie et rêve-éveillé. Ou l'autoscopie dans la procédure imaginative. In: Imaginaire et Inconscient. 2006 ; Vol. 17, No. 1. pp. 225-241.
@article{00a6bc4b543f46ca88efced2bb0b463c,
title = "Autoscopie et r{\^e}ve-{\'e}veill{\'e}. Ou l'autoscopie dans la proc{\'e}dure imaginative",
abstract = "Autoscopia is an hallucinatory phenomena where the subject sees himself as a double or else sees parts of his body, with a feeling of anxiety and confusion. This phenomena can figure a true perception, in the form of either a pure representation either a delirium, and it not only appears in dissociate psychic processes induced by endogenous or exogenous causes, but as well, though less frequently, in normal people under much weariness. Autoscopia has not an overall pathologic meaning ; encountered mostly as an intrapsychic experience (non hallucinatory) above all in dreams. Even if autoscopia is often related to pathologic conditions, most often its causes remain stress and fatigue. Autoscopia manifests itself physiologically in the Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream) taking the form of Autoscopian Images Chains (Rocca-Stendoro, 2001). It is {"}the self-representation in a imaginar setting . . . . . . self perception that implies defensive mechanisms of scission linked to the projective identification which can [. . . . . . ] represent a pathologic adaptive phenomena with a maniac content{"} (Rocca-Stendoro, 2001). We can distinguish different types of autoscopia : the neurotic defense from the distanciation/from the disinvestment ; the psychotic defense of the depersonalization ; the hallucinatory phenomena -delirious ; the ringer phenomena. We chose a few clinical examples to better explain and illustrate the inferred theory concepts of autoscopia manifestation such as they are in Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream).",
keywords = "Autoscopia, Depersonalization, Hallucinatory phenomena, Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream), Ringer phenomena",
author = "Anna Paladino and Alberto Passerini and {De Curtis}, Ivan",
year = "2006",
doi = "10.3917/imin.017.0225",
language = "Francese",
volume = "17",
pages = "225--241",
journal = "Imaginaire et Inconscient",
issn = "1628-9676",
publisher = "Esprit",
number = "1",

}

TY - JOUR

T1 - Autoscopie et rêve-éveillé. Ou l'autoscopie dans la procédure imaginative

AU - Paladino, Anna

AU - Passerini, Alberto

AU - De Curtis, Ivan

PY - 2006

Y1 - 2006

N2 - Autoscopia is an hallucinatory phenomena where the subject sees himself as a double or else sees parts of his body, with a feeling of anxiety and confusion. This phenomena can figure a true perception, in the form of either a pure representation either a delirium, and it not only appears in dissociate psychic processes induced by endogenous or exogenous causes, but as well, though less frequently, in normal people under much weariness. Autoscopia has not an overall pathologic meaning ; encountered mostly as an intrapsychic experience (non hallucinatory) above all in dreams. Even if autoscopia is often related to pathologic conditions, most often its causes remain stress and fatigue. Autoscopia manifests itself physiologically in the Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream) taking the form of Autoscopian Images Chains (Rocca-Stendoro, 2001). It is "the self-representation in a imaginar setting . . . . . . self perception that implies defensive mechanisms of scission linked to the projective identification which can [. . . . . . ] represent a pathologic adaptive phenomena with a maniac content" (Rocca-Stendoro, 2001). We can distinguish different types of autoscopia : the neurotic defense from the distanciation/from the disinvestment ; the psychotic defense of the depersonalization ; the hallucinatory phenomena -delirious ; the ringer phenomena. We chose a few clinical examples to better explain and illustrate the inferred theory concepts of autoscopia manifestation such as they are in Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream).

AB - Autoscopia is an hallucinatory phenomena where the subject sees himself as a double or else sees parts of his body, with a feeling of anxiety and confusion. This phenomena can figure a true perception, in the form of either a pure representation either a delirium, and it not only appears in dissociate psychic processes induced by endogenous or exogenous causes, but as well, though less frequently, in normal people under much weariness. Autoscopia has not an overall pathologic meaning ; encountered mostly as an intrapsychic experience (non hallucinatory) above all in dreams. Even if autoscopia is often related to pathologic conditions, most often its causes remain stress and fatigue. Autoscopia manifests itself physiologically in the Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream) taking the form of Autoscopian Images Chains (Rocca-Stendoro, 2001). It is "the self-representation in a imaginar setting . . . . . . self perception that implies defensive mechanisms of scission linked to the projective identification which can [. . . . . . ] represent a pathologic adaptive phenomena with a maniac content" (Rocca-Stendoro, 2001). We can distinguish different types of autoscopia : the neurotic defense from the distanciation/from the disinvestment ; the psychotic defense of the depersonalization ; the hallucinatory phenomena -delirious ; the ringer phenomena. We chose a few clinical examples to better explain and illustrate the inferred theory concepts of autoscopia manifestation such as they are in Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream).

KW - Autoscopia

KW - Depersonalization

KW - Hallucinatory phenomena

KW - Imaginative Process (Awakened Dream)

KW - Ringer phenomena

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=67649236760&partnerID=8YFLogxK

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=67649236760&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.3917/imin.017.0225

DO - 10.3917/imin.017.0225

M3 - Articolo

AN - SCOPUS:67649236760

VL - 17

SP - 225

EP - 241

JO - Imaginaire et Inconscient

JF - Imaginaire et Inconscient

SN - 1628-9676

IS - 1

ER -