autoscopic

autoscopic

(ˌɔːtəˈskɒpɪk)
adj
of or relating to an out-of-body experience
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A specialist performed the autoscopic examination in babies who failed unilaterally or bilaterally in the second step.
Autoscopic phenomena are psychic illusory visual experiences consisting of the perception of the image of one's own body or face within space, either from an internal point of view, as in a mirror, or from an external point of view [1].
Within the general frame of transforming the life story into a "logic of being chained" (Kaufmann, L'Invention 152), the uprooted Tanase projects the period of French exile from an autoscopic filter of redefining identity and amplifying the interior anxieties become more acute with each moment of discovering the Free World.
The distinct representations of Self in dreams, with autoscopic hallucination, also reflects a parallel spectrum of sense of Self in other altered states (hypnosis, mystical or shamanic journeys, meditation) as well as pathological altered states (out of body experience, mindbody dissociation, double Self phenomenon).
(12.) Brugger P Reflective mirrors: perspective-taking in autoscopic phenomena.
He is credited with conceiving the idea of autoscopic study of the voice, and employed it to gain the fullest possible understanding of how the larynx works.
Through skillful use of a Bakhtinian framework, be transforms Caragiale's play D'ale carnavalului (Carnival Stuff 1885) into a rapid mise-en-abime sequencing that telescopes the literary, political, and filmic realms--and the latter is truly (7) autoscopic. Equally Rabelaisian and Fellinian and inasmuch as it is also Caragialesque (and Pintiliesque, naturally!), Why Are the Bells Ringing, Mitica?
Pierre's autoscopic examination of his own jealousy marks, after the novels of Bourget, one of the first entrances into French letters of the theory of the unconscious:
Brugger (2002) has suggested the study of autoscopic experiences such as the OBE and performance of tasks requiring imagined transformations of the body in space.