anomalous perception


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anomalous perception

1. An infrequently used synonym for extrasensory perception or the mindfulness of experiences that are not perceptible with the physical senses..
2. The subjective experience of one of the five senses when another sense is stimulated, e.g., the sensing of poetry as color, or sound as taste.
See also: perception
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Because hypnotizability (2) is physiologically linked with anomalous experience, increased frequencies in hypnotizability genotypes affected the incidence of anomalous perceptions.
Narratives pertaining to anomalous perceptions or folk traditions, not first- or second-hand accounts, were coded as folklore.
This hypnotic access is manifested in creative visions and anomalous perceptions that are experienced as spirits, one's own soul, and the out-of-body experiences.
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