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Auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia and nonschizophrenia populations: a review and integrated model of cognitive mechanisms.
It is suggested that AHs arise from an interaction between abnormal neural activation patterns that produce salient auditory signals and top-down mechanisms that include signal detection errors, executive and inhibition deficits, a tapestry of expectations and memories, and state characteristics that influence how these experiences are interpreted.
Auditory Verbal Hallucinations in Persons With and Without a Need for Care
Research on AVH in nonclinical individuals is reviewed and a cross-disciplinary view of the clinical relevance of these experiences in defining the risk of mental illness and need for care is provided.
The characteristic features of auditory verbal hallucinations in clinical and nonclinical groups: state-of-the-art overview and future directions.
Some of the most prominent descriptive features of AVHs in schizophrenia (SZ) are looked at and these are examined in clinical conditions including substance abuse, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, dementia, late-onset SZ, mood disorders, borderline personality disorder, hearing impairment, and dissociative disorders.
Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS): Psychometric properties of the French translation and exploration of its relations with emotion regulation strategies.
A French adaptation of the Mindful Attention Awareness Scale is presented, which represents a valid mindfulness measure for French-speaking clinicians and researchers and has a strong 1-factor structure.
Visual Hallucinations in the Psychosis Spectrum and Comparative Information From Neurodegenerative Disorders and Eye Disease
Current knowledge regarding VHs in the psychosis phenotype is brought together and contrast this data with the literature drawn from neurodegenerative disorders and eye disease to suggest that comparative studies may have potentially important clinical and theoretical implications.
A French Adaptation of the UPPS Impulsive Behavior Scale: Confirmatory Factor Analysis in a Sample o
Impulsivity is an important and multifaceted psychological construct. Recently, Whiteside and Lynam (2001) have developed the UPPS Impulsive Behavior Scale that distinguishes four dimensions of
How do auditory verbal hallucinations in patients differ from those in non-patients?
  • F. Larøi
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Front. Hum. Neurosci.
  • 21 February 2012
Two issues stand out that need to be addressed, namely, the highly negative emotional content of AVHs in patients and the early onset of AVhs in non-patients populations.