More than an emblem for the ways in which our culture both fetishizes and demonizes women as they gain personal and cultural authority, Julia's hedge witch body codifies the ways in which the non-punctual trauma of derealization
warps conceptions of self and embodiment.
Late stage dementia contains emotional outbursts such as screaming and crying (loss of control), auditory hallucinations (tinnitus), a complete loss of reality (derealization
), lack of sense of self (depersonalization), loss of bodily sensations related to elimination (abdominal distress), walking and balance (paresthesias/dizziness), shortness of breath (choking/chest discomfort), and in some cases, seizures (trembling or shaking).
The most efficient mechanisms of defence and self-control are derealization
, de-personalization and dissociation.
Of the BSQ, the 15 items concerning bodily sensations (omitting the 2 items concerning derealization
) were used to measure of attentional focus on the occurrence of bodily sensations when in a nervous or feared situation (e.g., heart palpitations, dizziness or sweating).
ARTISTIC CREATION AS DEREALIZATION
. NOVELTY AND VIRTUALITY IN THE AESTHETIC THOUGHT OF ORTEGA Y GASSET
This confers higher stability to the radical form and participates in electron derealization
; the 2,3 double bond in conjugation with a 4-oxo bond in the C ring are responsible for electron derealization
from the B ring.
During the episodes, the patients had cognitive and behavioral disorders, for example, depression, apathy, irritability, and derealization
; five patients had eating disturbances.
(332) On "derealization
" as an idiom and upshot of unjust sociolegal formations, see Judith Butler, Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence 34 (2006).
when I should be writing mock case notes or reading chapters on empathy tests, right and wrong trees, trauma, processing, latent response, gaslighting, derealization
, pushing the goalpost, etc ...
Dissociation is clinically seen in different forms, such as dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue, dissociative identity, derealization
, and depersonalization (1).
Suffering from depersonalization, derealization
, impoverishment of affects, and delusions of persecution and nihilation, Julie tellingly reported that 'the trouble was that she was not a real person; she was trying to become a person...
By the way, I am of the opinion that it would be interesting to consider whether this state of genuine doubt might even explain some cases of depersonalization and derealization
which arise when someone is diagnosed with a fulminant and incurable disease.