1. What is the difference between a hallucination and a delusion and give two (2) examples of each? Support your answers with citations.
Hallucination has been defined as the "perception of a nonexistent object or event" and "sensory experiences that are not caused by stimulation of the relevant sensory organs." (bipolar.about.com/cs/faqs/f/faq_hallucinate.htm) In other words, hallucinations may be a sensory experience where the person sees, hears, smells, tastes, or feels something that is not there.
Examples of hallucinations include:
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This post correlates a hallucination and a delusion. References are also provided to further validate the findings.