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100 1  Young, Garry 
245 10 Delusional Misidentification 
264  1 Hauppauge :|bNova Science Publishers, Incorporated,|c2010 
264  4 |c©2010 
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490 1  Psychiatry - Theory, Applications and Treatments 
505 0  Intro -- DELUSIONAL MISIDENTIFICATION -- DELUSIONAL 
       MISIDENTIFICATION -- CONTENTS -- ABSTRACT -- Chapter 1    
       DELUSIONAL MISIDENTIFICATION -- 1.1. A CONFLICT IN 
       RECOGNITION -- 1.2. UNDERSTANDING DELUSIONAL 
       MISIDENTIFICATION: A NEW APPROACH -- Chapter 2    CAPGRAS 
       AND FRÉGOLI DELUSIONS: THE STORY SO FAR… -- 2.1. FROM 
       MOTIVES TO DEFICITS -- 2.2. ONE- AND TWO-STAGE MODELS -- 
       2.3. DISSATISFACTION WITH THE MODELS -- Chapter 3    
       UNPACKING THE PHENOMENOLOGY -- 3.1. CLARIFYING AN APPARENT
       AMBIGUITY -- 3.2. FAMILIARITY OF BEING IN THE ABSENCE OF 
       IDENTIFICATION -- Chapter 4    INTRODUCING PATHOLOGIES OF 
       FACIAL RECOGNITION -- 4.1. WHY DO PROSOPAGNOSIC PATIENTS 
       FAIL TO EXPERIENCE FAMILIARITY OF BEING? -- 4.2. 
       HYPERFAMILIARITY: PATHOLOGICAL EXAMPLES OF FAMILIARITY OF 
       BEING -- Chapter 5    THE CAPGRAS DELUSION -- 5.1. 
       ESTRANGEMENT: THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL BASIS FOR THE CAPGRAS 
       DELUSION -- 5.2. THE NEED FOR SOME FORM OF SECOND-STAGE 
       DEFICIT -- Chapter 6    THE INTERACTIONIST MODEL -- 6.1. 
       INTERACTION AND THE FORMATION OF THE DELUSIONAL STATE -- 
       6.2. MAINTAINING THE DELUSION: SEEING WHAT IS BELIEVED -- 
       6.3. THE COTARD DELUSION -- Chapter 7    ELEVATING THE 
       ROLE OF PATIENT PHENOMENOLOGY -- 7.1. MORE THAN SIMPLY 
       'ANOMALOUS' -- 7.2. CONCLUSION -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR -- 
       REFERENCES -- INDEX 
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650  0 Delusions.;Capgras syndrome 
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