Pinocchio illusion
The illusion of proprioception that ones nose is growing longer.

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  • Pinocchio illusion —    Also referred to as phantom nose illusion. The eponym Pinocchio illusion refers to Pinocchio, the protagonist of the childrens book The Adventures of Pinocchio by the Italian author Carlo Lorenzini, better known as Carlo Collodi (18261890). It …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • Pinocchio illusion — The Pinocchio illusion is an illusion that ones nose is growing longer, as happened to the literary character, Pinocchio when he told a lie. It is an illusion of proprioception, reviewed by Lackner (1988).To experience the illusion, a vibrator is …   Wikipedia

  • Pinocchio-Illusion — Die Pinocchio Illusion (engl. Pinocchio illusion) ist eine Sinnestäuschung, die durch Irritationen verschiedener Muskelgruppen durch Vibration im Experiment ausgelöst werden kann, und eine vorübergehende Störung der Tiefensensibilität und damit… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pinocchio (disambiguation) — Pinocchio may refer to:*Pinocchio, the the legendary boy puppet from the 1883 novel The Adventures of Pinocchio * Pinocchio (1940 film), a 1940 Disney animated movie * Pinocchio (1968 tv program), a 1968 Hallmark Hall of Fame special on NBC *… …   Wikipedia

  • Pinocchio 3000 — i. Directed by Daniel Robichaud Produced by Louis Duquet Written …   Wikipedia

  • Pinocchio (film, 1940) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Pinocchio (homonymie). Pinocchio …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pinocchio (1940) — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Pinocchio …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • The New Adventures of Pinocchio (1960 TV program) — The New Adventures of Pinocchio Written by Jules Bass Arthur Rankin, Jr. Directed by Jules Bass Arthur Rankin, Jr. Voices of Stan Francis Larry D. Mann Paul Kligman Claude Ray Joan Fowler …   Wikipedia

  • body schema illusion —    Also known as body schema disturbance, *somato éidolie, *disorder of corporeal awareness, illusion of corporeal transformation, and illusion of corporeal displacement. All six terms are used to denote an illusory change in the size, relation,… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • motor illusion —    Also known as motor sensation and illusory movement. The term motor illusion is indebted to the Latin noun motio, which means movement. It is used to denote a * kinaesthetic hallucination characterized by the illusory sensation of movement of… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

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