Pseudologia phantastica

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Pinoculus, signum mendacitatis.

Pseudologia phantastica, etiam mendacitas pathologica et mythomania appellata, est mores mendacitatis usitatae, aliquando per vim effecti.[1][2] Primum in litteris medicis anno 1891 descripta est ab Antonio Delbrueck.[3] Res, quamquam controversa,[4] definitur "falsificatio omnino inaequalis ullius finis in conspectu, [quae] lata et multiplicissima esse potest, seque nonnullos annos vel omnem per vitam manifestare potest."[5] Homo scire potest se mentiri aut adeo credere potest se veraciter loqui; aliquando autem homo mentiri potest ut suam vitam excitet, cum re vera credit vitam iniucundam vel taedii plenam esse.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Dike, Baranoski, et Griffith 2005.
  2. Dike 2008.
  3. Dike 2008.
  4. Dike 2008.
  5. Anglice: "falsification entirely disproportionate to any discernible end in view, [which] may be extensive and very complicated, and may manifest over a period of years or even a lifetime" (Dike, Baranoski, et Griffith 2005).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Delbrück, Anton. 1891. Die pathologische Lüge und die psychisch abnormen Schwindler: Eine Untersuchung über den allmählichen Übergang eines normalen psychologischen Vorgangs in ein pathologisches Symptom. Stutgardiae: Enke.
  • Dike, Charles C. 2008. Pathological Lying: Symptom or Disease? Psychiatric Times, 25(1), 1 Iunii.
  • Dike, C. C., M. Baranoski, et E. E. Griffith. 2005. Pseudologia lying revisited. The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 33(3):342–349. PMID 16186198.
  • Hardie, T. J., et A. Reed. 1998. Pseudologia fantastica, factitious disorder and impostership: a deception syndrome. Medicine, Science, and the Law 38(3):198–201. PMID 9717367.
  • Mayes, R., et A. V. Horwitz. 2005. DSM-III and the revolution in the classification of mental illness. Journal of the History of Behavioral Sciences 41(3):249–267.
  • Newmark, N., Adityanjee, et J. Kay. 1999. Pseudologia fantastica and factitious disorder: review of the literature and a case report. Comprehensive Psychiatry 40(2):89–95. PMID 10080254. doi:10.1016/S0010-440X(99)90111-6.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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