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Fregoli Delusion: Illusion of Doubles

Can you imagine living in a world where every face you see is concealing a familiar yet sinister truth? This may sound like a plot from a thriller movie; however, it is a psychological condition known as Fregoli Delusion. In this blog post, we will delve into this intriguing phenomenon, exploring its causes, diagnosis, treatment, and implications.

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Cognitive Illusion: Altered Judgement and its Consequences

Cognitive illusion is defined as: “Perception, Judgment, or memory that deviates from reality.” It is an altered perception of a particular situation where the person is unaware that they are not acknowledging reality. It is a challenging task to identify illusions as thoughts are not tangible and can’t be measured. This blog post will provide insights into common cognitive illusions and how they alter our perception.

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