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Kandinsky-Clérambault syndrome is a syndrome characterized hallucinations and psychotic thought processes.It is named after French psychiatrist Gaëtan Gatian de Clerambault and Russian physician Victor Khrisanfovich Kandinsky.

In a monograph published posthumously in 1890, Kandinsky described a condition which involved being alienated from one's personal mental processes, combined with delusions of being physically and mentally influenced by external forces.

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