Inner speech models of auditory verbal hallucinations: Evidence from behavioural and neuroimaging studies

@article{Allen2007InnerSM,
  title={Inner speech models of auditory verbal hallucinations: Evidence from behavioural and neuroimaging studies},
  author={P. Allen and A. Aleman and P. McGuire},
  journal={International Review of Psychiatry},
  year={2007},
  volume={19},
  pages={407 - 415}
}
A range of psychological theories have been proposed to account for the experience of auditory hallucinations in patients with psychosis. Influential amongst these theories are those implicating the defective monitoring of inner speech. Furthermore, self-monitoring and inner speech models have been the most studied using functional imaging. The aim of this article is to review the behavioural and neuroimaging evidence for the impaired monitoring of inner speech in patients who experience… Expand
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