Tag Archives: Delusions

Friday Factoid: Syndrome of Intermetamorphosis

Katelyn Yunes, MS WKPIC Doctoral Intern   Intermetamorphosis syndrome is a variant of Capgras’ delusion, where one believes that someone has transformed physically and psychologically into another person (Bick, 1984). Intermetamorphosis syndrome is often comorbid with psychiatric and neurological disorders, … Continue reading

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Friday Factoid: Fregoli Syndrome

Katelyn Yunes, MS WKPIC Doctoral Intern   Fregoli syndrome is a delusional belief that different people are actually the same person in disguise. The syndrome is often associated with persecutory delusions (Mojtabai, 1994). Fregoli Syndrome can also present with objects, … Continue reading

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Friday Factoid: Have you heard of Cotard’s Syndrome?

Katelyn Yunes, MS WKPIC Doctoral Intern   Cotard’s Syndrome, also known as Walking Corpse Syndrome, is a term for a series of rare delusions where the patient believes they are dead, decaying, have lost organs, blood, or body parts, or … Continue reading

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