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Pseudo-hallucinations: why some people see more vivid mental images than others – test yourself here

By Reshanne Reeder, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Edge Hill University
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Consider the statements below. What do they describe? A trip on psychedelics? A dream?

I felt I could reach through the screen to get to another place.

Lasers became entire fans of light sweeping around, and then it felt as if the screen began to expand.

I saw old stone buildings … like a castle … I was flying above it.

In reality, they are statements that different people reported after viewing the “Ganzflicker” on their computers – an intense full-screen, red-and-black flicker that…


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