"Where do auditory hallucinations come from?"--a brain morphometry study of schizophrenia patients with inner or outer space hallucinations.

@article{Plaze2011WhereDA,
  title={"Where do auditory hallucinations come from?"--a brain morphometry study of schizophrenia patients with inner or outer space hallucinations.},
  author={Marion Plaze and Marie-Laure Paill{\`e}re-Martinot and Jani Penttil{\"a} and Dominique Januel and Renaud de Beaurepaire and Franck Bellivier and Jamila Andoh and Andr{\'e} Galinowski and Thierry Gallarda and Eric Artiges and J. J. Olie and Jean-Francois Mangin and Jean-Luc Martinot and Arnaud Cachia},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2011},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={212-21}
}
Auditory verbal hallucinations are a cardinal symptom of schizophrenia. Bleuler and Kraepelin distinguished 2 main classes of hallucinations: hallucinations heard outside the head (outer space, or external, hallucinations) and hallucinations heard inside the head (inner space, or internal, hallucinations). This distinction has been confirmed by recent phenomenological studies that identified 3 independent dimensions in auditory hallucinations: language complexity, self-other misattribution, and… CONTINUE READING