The observations presented in Chapters 5 and 6 have several features in common. On the one hand, body image is disorganised; on the other hand, the object – in the psychoanalytic sense of the term – manifests itself rather crudely (as oral object or child-object). This association reminds us of the psychoanalytic reading of misidentification syndromes by Thibierge: In Fregoli syndrome, body image is disorganised, shared with a foreign agent, while the patient identifies one and the same persecutory object behind the appearances of the people he or she meets. The structural similarity between misidentification syndromes and right-hemisphere syndrome has been analysed by other authors from a cognitive point of view; these cognitive theories are also presented.