The film A Beautiful Mind explores hallucination in this study. A Beautiful Mind depicts the tale of John Nash, a university student who dislikes studying in class or prefers to study alone. Throughout his life, John Nash has hallucinated or what is known as schizophrenia, as depicted in the film A Beautiful Mind. The goal of this study was to figure out what hallucinations were, what caused them, and how John Nash managed his hallucinations. In general, this study examines the link between language and mind, or the linguistic relationship portrayed in John Nash’s character’s speech, as evidenced by his conduct. This study takes a psycholinguistic approach to data analysis by employing qualitative methodologies. Data sources include talks and scenes from the film A Beautiful Mind. Hearing, seeing, and feeling are the scientific results of John Nash’s hallucinations in the film A Beautiful Mind. Second, dreams, aspirations, and sickness are the sources of John Nash’s hallucinations. Third, John Nash’s method of managing hallucinations is to see a doctor without medical or distracting assistance.
Shafarini R. (2022) A Psycholinguistic Analysis of John Nash’s Hallucinations as Represented in the Film “A Beautiful Mind, International Journal of English Language and Linguistics Research, Vol.10, No 5, pp.40-54
Keywords: John Nash, a beautiful mind, hallucination, psycholinguistic
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