Synchronicity

A term coined by psychologist Carl Jung to describe what he called “meaningful coincidences,” synchronicity is the experience of two or more causally unrelated events that are conceptually similar and have very little chance of occurring together randomly—such as the discovery of the same idea by two different people at approximately the same time. Although Jung had introduced the concept of synchronicity in the 1920s, he did not fully explain it until when? Discuss
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The Capgras Delusion

The Capgras Delusion is a rare
disorder in which a person holds the delusional belief
that an acquaintance (usually a spouse or other close
family member) has been replaced by an identical
impostor. Found in patients diagnosed with schizophrenia,
dementia, or those suffering from a brain injury, the
disorder is named after Joseph Capgras, the French
psychiatrist who first described it in 1923.
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