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This month in voices: Spring 2017

It’s been a while. Not only a great song by Staind, but also an accurate observation on when I last gave you an up-to-date blog. In an attempt to catch you (and me) up with the latest voice-hearing research, here … Continue reading

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This month in voices: February 2017

There was a good variety of research into voice-hearing in February 2017. As you may have guessed, due to the late posting, time is not currently my friend. Indeed, our relationship is always fraught. This month is hence rather abbreviated. … Continue reading

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This month in voices: January 2017

The first month of 2017 has seen a lot. But we will limit ourselves here to the new research that has been published on voice-hearing, which this month includes aspects such as trauma, neurology, psychics, and suicide. Trauma and voice-hearing Mette Nygaard and … Continue reading

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This month in voices: December 2016

Happy New Year, and thanks for coming back to the blog! This time we have the research offerings of the festive/mucus season.   Voice-hearing and trauma Crompton and colleagues examined voice-hearing in Israeli men who had been prisoners of war (POWs) during the … Continue reading

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This month in voices: Autumn 2016

Thanks to some encouraging words from someone who will remain semi-mysteriously known as simply TML, This Month In Voices returns with a round up of the research that fell across my desk in the fall. It has a new format, due … Continue reading

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This month in voices: August 2014

This month’s voice-hearing research covered topics ranging from changing how you relate to your voices, brain tumours, interdisciplinary approaches to voice-hearing and ‘friends interventions’.   Brighton, UK. Mark Hayward and colleagues allow us to pier into the future (boom, boom!) … Continue reading

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This month in voices: September 2014

There wasn’t a great quantity of research published in September, but the two papers I summarise below are hopefully helpful in showcasing how cognitive behavioural therapy is actually done for voice-hearing, and how researchers are looking at the role of … Continue reading

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