Hallucinations: A Systematic Review of Points of Similarity and Difference Across Diagnostic Classes

@inproceedings{Waters2017HallucinationsAS,
  title={Hallucinations: A Systematic Review of Points of Similarity and Difference Across Diagnostic Classes},
  author={Flavie Waters and Charles Fernyhough},
  booktitle={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2017}
}
Hallucinations constitute one of the 5 symptom domains of psychotic disorders in DSM-5, suggesting diagnostic significance for that group of disorders. Although specific featural properties of hallucinations (negative voices, talking in the third person, and location in external space) are no longer highlighted in DSM, there is likely a residual assumption that hallucinations in schizophrenia can be identified based on these candidate features. We investigated whether certain featural… CONTINUE READING
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