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Daemon
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Clinical Lycanthropy

A rare psychiatric syndrome involving the delusion that one can or has transformed into an animal, clinical lycanthropy derives its name from the mythical belief that some humans have the capacity assume the physical characteristics of a wolf, an ability known as lycanthropy. In clinical lycanthropy, patients report transforming into a variety of creatures; thus, the condition is sometimes referred to as zoanthropy. What areas of the brain have been linked to the development of this condition? More...
pedro
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I wonder if one day, just as people can have medical procedures if they are unhappy with their gender, if it will be feasible to change species. There might be a few looks in the supermarket whilst your fur is developing, but there will be plenty of work for a talking animal.

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Clinical Lycanthropy
A rare psychiatric syndrome involving the delusion that one can or has transformed into an animal, clinical lycanthropy derives its name from the mythical belief that some humans have the capacity assume the physical characteristics of a wolf, an ability known as lycanthropy. In clinical lycanthropy, patients report transforming into a variety of creatures; thus, the condition is sometimes referred to as zoanthropy.
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Sure, I'll turn into an animal for a day. I'd like to be an eagle flying high anywhere I wish, wheeling and diving, floating on the wind streams
pedro
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KSPavan wrote:
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Clinical Lycanthropy
A rare psychiatric syndrome involving the delusion that one can or has transformed into an animal, clinical lycanthropy derives its name from the mythical belief that some humans have the capacity assume the physical characteristics of a wolf, an ability known as lycanthropy. In clinical lycanthropy, patients report transforming into a variety of creatures; thus, the condition is sometimes referred to as zoanthropy.


What areas of the brain have been linked with this condition?

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pedro wrote:
KSPavan wrote:
Article of the Day
Clinical Lycanthropy
A rare psychiatric syndrome involving the delusion that one can or has transformed into an animal, clinical lycanthropy derives its name from the mythical belief that some humans have the capacity assume the physical characteristics of a wolf, an ability known as lycanthropy. In clinical lycanthropy, patients report transforming into a variety of creatures; thus, the condition is sometimes referred to as zoanthropy.


What areas of the brain have been linked with this condition?

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