Hearing voices in a non-psychiatric population.

  title={Hearing voices in a non-psychiatric population.},
  author={C. Lawrence and J. Jones and M. Cooper},
  journal={Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy},
  volume={38 3},
  • C. Lawrence, J. Jones, M. Cooper
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy
  • BACKGROUND Many people hear voices but do not access psychiatric services and their experiences are largely unknown, not least because of the difficulty in contacting such people. This study investigates the beliefs held about voices, distress experienced, and provides a topographical account of the experience of hearing voices in a sample of individuals who hear voices in a non-psychiatric population. METHOD A quantitative questionnaire internet-based study with a within-subjects and between… CONTINUE READING
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