Neurophysiological studies of auditory verbal hallucinations.

  title={Neurophysiological studies of auditory verbal hallucinations.},
  author={Judith M. Ford and Thomas Dierks and Derek J Fisher and Christoph Siegfried Herrmann and Daniela Hubl and Jochen Kindler and Thomas Koenig and Daniel H. Mathalon and Kevin M. Spencer and Werner Strik and Remko van Lutterveld},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  volume={38 4},
We discuss 3 neurophysiological approaches to study auditory verbal hallucinations (AVH). First, we describe "state" (or symptom capture) studies where periods with and without hallucinations are compared "within" a patient. These studies take 2 forms: passive studies, where brain activity during these states is compared, and probe studies, where brain responses to sounds during these states are compared. EEG (electroencephalography) and MEG (magnetoencephalography) data point to frontal and… CONTINUE READING
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