Auditory hallucinations: a review of psychological treatments

@article{Shergill1998AuditoryHA,
  title={Auditory hallucinations: a review of psychological treatments},
  author={S. Shergill and R. Murray and P. McGuire},
  journal={Schizophrenia Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={32},
  pages={137-150}
}
Auditory hallucinations (AH) occur frequently amongst psychiatric patients, being most common in schizophrenia. In 25-30% of cases they are refractory to traditional antipsychotic drugs. A variety of psychosocial treatments have been used, but their efficacy remains unclear. This review aims to bring together the more recent studies of psychological treatments and discuss them in the context of recent cognitive models of hallucinations and functional imaging studies. The search strategy… Expand
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