delusion of being controlled

de·lu·sion of con·trol

, delusion of being controlled
a delusion in which one experiences one's feelings, impulses, thoughts, or actions as not one's own, but as being imposed on by some external force.

delusion of being controlled

the false belief that one's feelings, beliefs, thoughts, and acts are governed by some external force, as experienced in various forms of schizophrenia. See also delusion.

de·lu·sion of con·trol

, delusion of being controlled (dē-lūzhŭn kŏn-trōl, bēing kŏn-trōld)
State in which one experiences one's feelings, impulses, thoughts, or actions as not one's own, but as being imposed on by some external force. Also called delusion of passivity.