Monthly Archives: March 2013

This month in voices: February 2013

Some more interesting papers this month. In terms of helping people with their voices, there is a pilot study which involves the use of avatars to help people distressed by their voices. In terms of brain activity associated with voices, … Continue reading

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This month in voices: January 2013

New year, new papers… Trondheim, Norway. Krakvok and colleagues examine how hearing voices affects people’s level of attention. Accessible summary: This study found that the more malevolent people believed their voices to be, the worse their levels of attention were. … Continue reading

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This month in voices: December 2012

Plenty more research at the end of 2012… Somerset, England. Burbach and colleagues examine the links between imaginary childhood friends and auditory hallucinations. Accessible summary: This study interviewed 6 people who heard voices, and who’d also had imaginary friends when … Continue reading

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