Definitions for "Amphetamine psychosis"
(s?¯-ko¯´sis) A prolonged reaction to the excessive use of stimulants, characterized by disordered thinking, confused and rapidly changing emotions, and intense suspiciousness.
A pattern of symptoms similar to those observed in paranoid schizophrenia, but produced by frequent and large doses of amphetamines.
a distinct psychological condition, characterized by paranoid delusions and hallucinations, though auditory and tactile hallucinations are also common