Clinical lycanthropy is defined as a rare psychiatric syndrome that involves a
delusion that the affected person can transform into, has transformed into, or is a
Lycanthropy, (from Greek lykos, “wolf ”; anthropos, “man”), mental disorder in
which the patient believes that he is a wolf or some other nonhuman animal.
Apr 16, 2014 ... Clinical lycanthropy is the delusional belief that one is a werewolf. One
researcher explores how common the psychiatric condition is.
Lycanthropy definition, a delusion in which one imagines oneself to be a wolf or
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A Case of Lycanthropy. Harvey Rostenstock, M.D. and Kenneth R. Vincent, Ed.D.
The American Journal of Psychiatry Vol. 134, No. 10. October 1977.
Werewolf. A werewolf in folklore and mythology is a person who shapeshifts into
a wolf, either purposely, by using magic, or after being placed under a curse.
Lycanthropes are humanoids or giants who can transform themselves into
animals. In its natural form, a lycanthrope looks like any other members of its kind
An overview of the lycanthropy virus known as LPV.
Acta Psychiatr Scand. 2004 Jan;109(1):19-22. Lycanthropy--psychopathological
and psychodynamical aspects. Garlipp P(1), Gödecke-Koch T, Dietrich DE, ...
Keywords: delusion; psychosis; lycanthropy; schizophrenia. Certain abnormal
beliefs are common to diverse cultures, possibly originating in shared fears,.