imperception


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im·per·cep·tion

(im'pĕr-sep'shŭn),
Inability to form a mental image of an object by combining the sensory data obtained therefrom.
[L. in-, not, + per-cipio, pp. -ceptus, to perceive]

imperception

(ĭm″pĕr-sĕp′shŭn) [L. in-, not, + percipere, to perceive]
The inability to form a mental picture; lack of perception.
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Depending on the theoretical perspective, unilateral neglect has been labeled hemineglect, spatial neglect, extinction, imperception or hemi-inattention.
These difficulties include emotional instability (Haig & Patterson, 1980), social imperception leading to significant communication difficulties (Smith, 1983), and poor self-esteem and related low scores on a social skills test (Hechtman, Weiss, & Perlman, 1980).
The complaints of imperceptions of whether he is asleep or not, having fearful dreams but not being able to remember the content of the dream, screaming in sleep, hitting himself, involuntary arm and hand movements, falling from the bed, hitting the head were present.