NURS_127A_small_chart_delusionsx_hallux_illusions

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NURS 127A Phyllis M. Connolly PhD, RN, CS 3/20/2000 Comparison Illusions, Delusions, Hallucinations Factor Illusions Delusions Hallucinations Psychosis No Usually Usually External stimuli Misinterpretation of real objects Generally no No Ability to correct Yes, with additional information No, fixed consistent with person’s knowledge and experience; the kernel of truth; elaborate and detailed; Medications, antipsychotics Medications, antipsychotics;
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Unformatted text preview: self-management techniques: thought stoppages, self-talk (saying stop), head phones, ear plugs, talking to others, listening to music, singing at the same time; reading aloud; watching and listening to TV, Types Visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, gustatory Ideas of reference Persecution Grandeur Somatic Infidelity Visual, auditory OBS: tactile, olfactory, gustatory Involves senses Yes No Yes...
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