Auditory hallucination coping techniques and their relationship to psychotic symptomatology

@article{Hayashi2007AuditoryHC,
  title={Auditory hallucination coping techniques and their relationship to psychotic symptomatology},
  author={N. Hayashi and Y. Igarashi and K. Suda and S. Nakagawa},
  journal={Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences},
  year={2007},
  volume={61}
}
Abstract  Use of coping techniques is of importance in the treatment for patients experiencing auditory hallucinations. Phenomenological features of auditory hallucinations and other psychotic symptoms are assumed to be factors influencing the coping activities. The aim of the present study was to determine psychotic symptoms including auditory hallucination phenomenological features that have effects on coping activities. The authors investigated 17 generally used coping techniques of 144… Expand
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