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lucid dream

A dream that can be induced or controlled and is characterized by the dreamer being aware that he or she is dreaming.
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Specific dimensions tied to the therapeutic alliance included basic trust; object constancy; self-constancy; dyadic object relationship; dyadic reality testing; tolerance of frustration, anxiety, and depression; and triadic object relations among others.
P's reality testing gradually deteriorated, so we prescribed ziprasidone, 20 mg/d, which dissipated her perceptual disturbances.
Psychotic patients with a history of auditory hallucinations differ from nonhallucinating patients and normal persons in having poorer "reality testing" (Slade, 1976).
Work also helps to maintain reality testing by forcing patients to attend to external reality ["Civilization and Its Discontents" (London: Hogarth Press, 1930)].
and noon any day from December 10- 22 to put what it calls a "working satellite" into orbit, with much of the world suspecting it is in reality testing ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
Reality testing. At some level, reality testing is impaired in all psychotic phenomena, Dysfunctional reality testing is evidenced by:
North Korea said on December 1 it will launch a long-range rocket between December 10, 22 to put what it calls a "working satellite" into orbit, with much of the world suspecting it is in reality testing ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
A's delusional perceptions and hallucination intensity decrease, and her reality testing and socialization skills improve.
North Korea said Saturday it will launch a long-range rocket between December 10 and 22 to put what it calls a "working satellite" into orbit, with much of the world suspecting it is in reality testing inter-continental ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
Pyongyang said Saturday it plans to launch a rocket carrying a "working satellite" between December 10-22, with much of the world suspecting it is in reality testing ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
Fixed false beliefs and impaired reality testing are core features of psychosis.